Why purchase this exceptionally graded 1932-P Indian Head $10 Gold Eagle with motto coin?
The final circulating ten dollar gold coin series issued by the U.S. Mint was the Indian Head Gold Eagle, which was released from 1907 until the federal gold recall in 1933. Imagery of the series is credited to sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, designer of the $20 Double Eagle coin also introduced in 1907.
Beautifully Crafted Imagery
Obverse: The obverse features a left facing image of Lady Liberty, wearing an exquisitely detailed Native American ceremonial headdress, with "LIBERTY" inscribed on the headband. Thirteen stars curve overhead, with the year of issue "1932" positioned below.
Reverse: The reverse depicts a bald eagle perched proudly upon a cluster of arrows which are entwined with a symbolic olive branch of peace. The inscriptions "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," "IN GOD WE TRUST" and "TEN DOLLARS" surround the image.
Gorgeous Mint State 66 Gold Coin
This 1932-P Indian Head $10 Gold Eagle With Motto coin was awarded the amazingly high grade of Mint State 66 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). The coin is encased in a NGC protective holder with a green certification label. The green label represents a collaboration between the NGC and RARCOA (Rare Coin Company of America), indicating that prior to NGC completing its assessment, the coin received a primary review, and met or exceeded a set of requirements agreed upon by a group of independent numismatic specialists at RARCOA with respect to the coin's strike, luster and eye appeal.
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This magnificently minted 1932-P Indian Head $10 Gold Eagle coin with a prestigious Green Label will look fabulous in your collection!
This 1932-P Indian Head With Motto $10 Gold Eagles NGC MS66 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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