US Gold $10 Liberty Head Eagle PCGS MS62 Random Date and Label

US Gold $10 Liberty Head Eagle PCGS MS62 Random Date and Label
US Gold $10 Liberty Head Eagle PCGS MS62 Random Date and Label
US Gold $10 Liberty Head Eagle PCGS MS62 Random Date and Label

US Gold $10 Liberty Head Eagle PCGS MS62 Random Date and Label
Serving Collectors and Investors for Over 50 Years. Coin Design Obverse: Liberty was designed with a coronet and smaller head Reverse: Eagle with outstretched wings Coin Artist Obverse and Reverse: Christian Gobrecht (1785 - 1844) When purchasing "Random Dates" you can expect to receive dates and types of our choice, depending upon current stock on hand. Since its inception in 1985, Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) has modified its holder and label style on numerous occasions.

The coin(s) you receive may be all one holder type or a mix. We cannot guarantee one specific holder or label type for this listing. If you are looking for a specific label and holder type, please review our other listings for this type of coin, as we may also have the holder/label style you are searching for available. However, all coins graded by PCGS (regardless of holder or label type) are guaranteed as to their authenticity and grade. This listing uses "Reference Images" The "Reference Images" used in this listing Description were created by Liberty Coin for reference only to depict the quality of the item you will receive.

You will NOT receive the exact item, with the same certificate number, that was photographed to create the Reference Images. However, the actual item you will receive is guaranteed to be similar to that shown and exactly as described. About Liberty Head Eagles The Liberty Head Gold Eagle was introduced in 1838 following a three decade hiatus in production for the ten dollar gold denomination. The new series featured an updated design by Christian Gobrecht as well as a reduced weight and diameter. Production would take place across five different mint facilities until the conclusion of the series in 1907. During this span, mintages ranged from a mere 100 pieces to multiple millions, creating both rarities and common issues. The series also contains a number of conditional rarities, as extensive circulation sometimes left few or no surviving examples in mint state grades. This would remain the case until the early 1830's when the rising price of gold made the melt value of the half eagles and quarter eagles higher than their respective face values.

The Coinage Act of 1834 would bring things back into balance by realigning the precious metal content and face values across all gold denominations. This would also clear the way for the reintroduction of the eagle as the highest circulating denomination.

The design for the Liberty Gold Eagle was created by Christian Gobrecht. He was serving as the Assistant Engraver of the United States Mint, but in time he would ascend to the role of Chief Engraver. He had been responsible for the Liberty Seated design, which was utilized across all silver denominations of his era. Likewise, the design he created for the eagle would later be adopted for the remaining gold denominations.

Gobrecht's designs would bring a measure of uniformity across United States coinage, which would endure for many decades. Obverse Design The Liberty Eagle features the head of Liberty facing left. She wears a coronet inscribed LIBERTY and her hair is bound with a beaded ribbon. The date appears below and thirteen stars are placed evenly around. The obverse for eagles of 1838 and some of 1839 features a design known as "Type of 1838" differentiated by the pointed truncation of the neck and a partially covered ear.

The modified form of the design known as "Type of 1840" would be used for the remaining coins of the series. Reverse Design The reverse design depicts a bald eagle, grasping an olive branch in one talon and three arrows in the other. The eagle's wings are spread, and a large shield is placed at its breast.

The inscription UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is around and TEN D. Is near the bottom rim, representing the first time the face value was included on the denomination. The reverse underwent two changes during the course of the series.

The larger lettering used for the "Type of 1838" was reduced in size when the "Type of 1840" was introduced. In 1866, a scroll inscribed IN GOD WE TRUST was added above the head of the eagle. This motto had been added to the majority of denominations following the conclusion of the American Civil War.

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We are unable to accommodate requests for specific Carriers. We are not responsible for Carrier Delays due to operating issues such as bad weather, mechanical failures, or other service level disruptions. If your package has been Confirmed as Delivered by the Carrier, but you do not believe you received the package, please contact the Carrier directly. Bullion coins, bars and rounds are mass-produced and are not manufactured to the same quality standards as Collector Coins. Listed prices for bullion products are firm and not negotiable.

Prices will change with movements in the spot price of the underlying metal while precious metals markets are open. When purchasing "Random Brand" items you can expect to receive Brands and Design of our choice, based on inventory on hand when your order is fulfilled. Our inventory is located in a secure location with limited access. We cannot accommodate requests to search for specific Brands. When purchasing "Random Date" coins, you can expect to receive Dates and Mintmarks of our choice, depending upon current stock on hand.

We cannot accommodate requests to search for specific Dates. Pre-Owned Vintage US Mint Products. Except for current year products, nearly all of our US Mint products have been previously owned.

Unless otherwise disclosed, all of our US Mint products come with their complete original packaging. We inspect all pre-owned US Mint products prior to offering them for sale. We only sell sets that have passed our inspection; the coins are typically free of excessive hazing, spotting, or distracting toning.

While these items are typically in very good condition for their age, these vintage products are not new. We typically have multiple quantities available of many of our most popular products. As a result we often use "Reference Images" to represent the actual product. When a "Reference Image" is used to merchandise a product, that use will be disclosed in the Listing as follows: "The "Reference Images used in this listing Description were created by Liberty Coin for reference only to depict the quality of the item you will receive.

You will NOT receive the exact item that was photographed to create the Reference Images. Prices and availability of products and services are subject to change without notice. Errors will be corrected when discovered and Liberty Coin LLC reserves the right to revoke any stated offer and to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions including after an order has been submitted and whether or not the order has been confirmed.


US Gold $10 Liberty Head Eagle PCGS MS62 Random Date and Label


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