1908 $10 GOLD INDIAN HEAD PCGS MS62

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 1908 $10 GOLD INDIAN HEAD PCGS MS62
 
In the early 1900s, President Theodore Roosevelt called for a renaissance in American coinage. Unhappy with the current designs on American coins, he called upon sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to head the redesign of America’s coins. Out of this renaissance came the Indian Head Gold coin.
 
These coins were issued from 1907 to 1916, suspended during much of World War I, and then issued sporadically until 1933. The design shows a portrait of Lady Liberty depicted as a Native American, with 13 stars overhead. The reverse side shows a bald eagle at rest on a quiver of arrows wrapped in an olive branch.
 
Condition
 
PCGS uncirculated coin grades begin at MS60 for Pre-1933 gold coins. Coins graded MS62 - an impaired or dull luster may be evident, clusters or small marks may be present throughout with a few large marks or nicks in prime focal areas. Hairlines may be very noticeable. Large unattractive scuff marks might be seen on major features. The strike, rim and planchet quality may be noticeably below average. Overall eye appeal is below average.
 
Specifications
 
Date: 1908
Metal: Gold
Weight: .4838 troy oz.
Purity: .900
Diameter: 27 mm
Thickness: 2.03

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 1908 $10 GOLD INDIAN HEAD PCGS MS62
 
In the early 1900s, President Theodore Roosevelt called for a renaissance in American coinage. Unhappy with the current designs on American coins, he called upon sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to head the redesign of America’s coins. Out of this renaissance came the Indian Head Gold coin.
 
These coins were issued from 1907 to 1916, suspended during much of World War I, and then issued sporadically until 1933. The design shows a portrait of Lady Liberty depicted as a Native American, with 13 stars overhead. The reverse side shows a bald eagle at rest on a quiver of arrows wrapped in an olive branch.
 
Condition
 
PCGS uncirculated coin grades begin at MS60 for Pre-1933 gold coins. Coins graded MS62 - an impaired or dull luster may be evident, clusters or small marks may be present throughout with a few large marks or nicks in prime focal areas. Hairlines may be very noticeable. Large unattractive scuff marks might be seen on major features. The strike, rim and planchet quality may be noticeably below average. Overall eye appeal is below average.
 
Specifications
 
Date: 1908
Metal: Gold
Weight: .4838 troy oz.
Purity: .900
Diameter: 27 mm
Thickness: 2.03