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1932 PCGS MS63 1932 $10 Gold Indian CAC

$ 1,925.00 USD

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In 1905 President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned noted sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to redesign the entire American coinage spectrum from the cent to the double eagle. Working in his studio in Cornish, New Hampshire (now a National Historic Site), the artist prepared many sketches. In failing health, Saint-Gaudens was able to complete or nearly complete work for just two denominations, the $10 and $20, both of which were first struck in 1907. This series would also represent the final $10 gold coin that would be used in circulation as currency and the collecting of $10 Gold Indians has created a specialty amongst collectors. Furthermore, the grade of the coin has been verified by the Certified Acceptance Corporation (CAC). CAC holds coins to a higher standard so collectors can be confident in the value of their pieces. They are a third party that verifies previously graded coins and award their sticker only to those coins that meet the standard for today’s selective buyer.

  • 1 of only 604 in PCGS population!
  • Mint State 63
  • The obverse features Lady Liberty crowned with a war bonnet encircled by 13 stars and the reverse features a majestic bald eagle.
  • United States Legal Tender

The coin(s) featured is an example of the piece we have in stock. The coin(s) you receive may have a different certification number than pictured. Coins that are in PCGS/NGC protective holders will all have a label protected within the holder that will indicate the coin's certification number, grade, date, denomination, and unique bar code.

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In 1905 President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned noted sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to redesign the entire American coinage spectrum from the cent to the double eagle. Working in his studio in Cornish, New Hampshire (now a National Historic Site), the artist prepared many sketches. In failing health, Saint-Gaudens was able to complete or nearly complete work for just two denominations, the $10 and $20, both of which were first struck in 1907. This series would also represent the final $10 gold coin that would be used in circulation as currency and the collecting of $10 Gold Indians has created a specialty amongst collectors. Furthermore, the grade of the coin has been verified by the Certified Acceptance Corporation (CAC). CAC holds coins to a higher standard so collectors can be confident in the value of their pieces. They are a third party that verifies previously graded coins and award their sticker only to those coins that meet the standard for today’s selective buyer.

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