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The Indian $10 gold piece (1907-1933) was born out of President Theodore Roosevelt’s desire to have American coinage elevated to a preeminent world status. He collaborated with one of the greatest modern Sculptors of the time, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, to redesign his vision of American coinage. With a Cancer Diagnosis, Saint-Gaudens was able to complete his final work on just two denominations, the $10 and $20 gold pieces before his death in August 1907. Saint-Gaudens new Ten Dollar Gold Eagle obverse features an American Indian adorning a traditional headdress with 13 stars above and mintage year below. The reverse features a bald eagle with a cluster of arrows and olive branch beneath the talons, symbolic of war and peace, with four inscriptions within and around the eagle motif, also used on the $2.50 and $5 gold pieces of 1908 by Bela Lyon Pratt. The 1907 issues featured a Wire Edge and Rolled Edge, and with ‘No Motto,’ until 1908, and changed to ‘With Motto’ thereafter.  The $10 Gold Eagle was struck by the U.S. Mint continuously from 1907 until 1916, and then irregularly until 1933, when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) initiated the Gold Recall Act in 1933.

FMV Prices for Rare Coin Price Guide last updated 03/05/2021
1907 Wire Edgedown$32,830 down$44,660 down$50,380 down$64,550 down$89,050
1907 Rolled Edgedown$95,310 down$106,880 $120,630 down$218,750 down$320,630
1907 No Mottodown$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,810 down$2,910 down$6,310
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1908 No Mottodown$1,810 down$2,530 down$4,060 down$6,920 down$15,600
1908 D No Mottodown$1,910 down$2,670 down$5,430 down$14,110 down$38,680
1908 W/Mottodown$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 down$2,810 $8,530
1908 Proof$8,750 $11,250 $18,130 $29,380 down$69,690
1908 D W/Motto$1,500 down$2,570 down$4,520 down$13,590 down$28,410
1908 Sdown$5,790 down$9,040 down$13,720 down$17,750 down$27,110
1909down$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 down$5,750 down$15,410
1909 Proof$8,750 $11,250 down$18,850 $30,940 $83,850
1909 Ddown$1,470 down$1,660 down$3,250 down$14,110 down$32,050
1909 Sdown$1,720 down$2,630 down$5,010 down$9,690 down$20,350
1910down$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 down$1,990 down$6,660
1910 Proof$8,750 $11,250 $18,130 $29,380 $75,630
1910 Ddown$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 down$1,990 down$5,360
1910 Sdown$1,440 down$1,690 down$5,660 down$13,330 down$58,960
1911down$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 down$1,990 down$5,690
1911 Proof$8,750 $11,250 $16,800 $28,750 $60,630
1911 Ddown$10,210 down$16,060 down$19,020 down$77,350 $159,380
1911 Sdown$4,320 down$7,640 down$11,860 down$14,760 down$24,250
1912down$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 $2,000 down$9,440
1912 Proof$8,750 $11,440 $17,500 $29,060 down$60,940
1912 Sdown$1,630 down$2,000 down$5,400 down$8,870 down$36,060
1913down$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 down$2,440 down$8,030
1913 Proof$8,750 down$12,060 down$23,130 $37,050 $59,380
1913 Sdown$5,820 down$9,260 down$21,940 down$55,580 $115,050
1914down$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 down$3,220 down$9,430
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1914 Proof$8,750 $11,440 $18,600 $43,550 down$73,130
1914 Ddown$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 down$3,320 down$11,210
1914 Sdown$1,940 down$3,350 down$5,140 down$8,160 down$40,950
1915down$1,370 down$1,530 down$1,670 down$2,560 down$6,140
1915 Proof$8,750 $11,440 $16,800 $30,630 $65,630
1915 Sdown$7,440 down$10,340 down$20,350 down$30,750 down$70,850
1916 Sdown$2,030 down$2,960 down$6,270 down$11,640 down$23,440
1920 Sdown$75,860 down$94,250 down$125,450 down$181,250 $275,000
1926down$1,330 down$1,430 down$1,580 down$1,870 down$3,310
1930 Sdown$42,250 down$49,080 down$63,380 down$85,480 down$113,750
1932down$1,330 down$1,430 down$1,580 down$1,870 down$3,310
1933down$193,750 down$231,250 down$281,250 down$450,000 down$550,000
Typedown$1,330 down$1,430 down$1,580 down$1,870 down$3,310
Proof Type$8,750 $11,250 $17,500 $28,750 $59,380

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