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  • $10 gold coin Golden Eagle Liberty Head front
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$10 gold coin Golden Eagle Liberty Head

1.076,00 Per piece 71,50 Per gram

The price per gram is calculated by dividing the price per piece by the netto weight of the coin.

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The $10 gold Golden Eagle Liberty Head was minted from 1838 to 1907. The coins weigh 16.72 grams and are struck in 90% gol... The $10 gold Golden Eagle Liberty Head was minted from 1838 to 1907. The coins weigh 16.72 grams and are struck in 90% gold. Net, these coins contain 15.05 grams of pure gold.
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Specifications

United States Mint
Selling price
€ 1.076,00
Price per gram
€ 71,50
Net weight
15,05 gram
Fineness
90%
Brutogewicht
16,72 gram
Year of issue
Divers
Mint
US Mint

Information

$10 Gold Golden Eagle Coin Liberty Head

The $10 gold Golden Eagle coin is the smaller version of the gold Double Eagle. The Golden Eagle Liberty Head was produced from 1838 to 1907 and features Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 stars and the year of issue. The 13 stars represent the original American colonies.
 
On the reverse side of these coins, an eagle is depicted behind a shield, the national symbol of America. This eagle holds three arrows in its left claw and an olive branch in its right. The text "United States of America" and the coin's denomination are also inscribed on the reverse.
 
The coins weigh 16.72 grams and are struck in 90% gold. As a result, the coins contain 15.05 grams of pure gold.


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United States Mint

US Mint

The United States Mint is the official mint of the United States. Established in 1792 through the Coinage Act of 1792, this mint produces the Silver Eagle, Gold Eagle, and other investment coins.