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Why add the 1932-P Indian Head With Motto $10 Gold Eagles NGC MS63 Green Label to your collection?
These classic United States Mint issued 1932-P Indian Head With Motto $10 Gold Eagles were graded at Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) at the solid Mint State 63 (MS63) level.
The "Other Saint" Design
Obverse: The obverse design used on the coin is a representation of Liberty wearing a feathered head dress. She appears beneath thirteen stars representing the original thirteen colonies along the coin's upper rim. There is a large obverse field to the left of Liberty. The only other element of the design is the date which is centered at the bottom.
Reverse: The standing eagle pictured on the reverse holds arrows and an olive branch. This image is very similar to the reverse of the Theodore Roosevelt inaugural medal. The motto "In God We Trust" appears on this issue.
MS63 Green Label
Mint State 63 coins are mint state, lustrous and fully struck examples with abundant eye appeal. The presence of the Green Label means that prior to this coin being submitted to NGC for grading, this coin was selected by Rare Coin Company of America (RARCOA), for possessing elements such as stunning toning, fantastic eye appeal, booming luster, or strong strike. Then this piece underwent NGC's exacting certification and encapsulation process. This additional scrutiny ensures only coins of exceptional quality will carry the Green Label.
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These NGC graded MS63 Green Label 1932-P Indian Head With Motto $10 Gold Eagles are an excellent, high quality addition to any type-set of American coinage. Order your spectacular Gold Indian $10 coins from ModernCoinMart today.
This 1932-P Indian Head With Motto $10 Gold Eagles NGC MS63 Green Label is proudly minted by the U.S. Mint. The United States Mint was founded in 1792 and manufactures circulating, collectible, and bullion coinage.
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