November 3, 2009

November 3, 2009 – Coin collectors and investors have seemingly teamed up during the past year, because demand for the $10 Indian Head gold coin has spiked substantially. Numistmatists appreciate gold coins like the Indian Head gold coin because they are important pieces of American history. Investors value Mint State versions of pre-1933 gold coins that were produced by the US Mint, because these coins provide investors with a non-confiscatable asset that could continue to increase in value for the next several years.

President Theodore Roosevelt authorized the revamping of American coinage in 1907, and he hired world-renowned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to complete the task. $10 Indian Head gold coins feature a head-dressed Lady Liberty, as a symbol of our true American heritage. The opposite side of the coin honors one of our national icons, the American bald eagle. The intricacy and detail that Saint-Gaudens incorporated into the Indian Head coins is not only aesthetically pleasing; these coins carry numismatic value that has appreciated significantly due to increased global demand.

$10 Indian Head gold coins were minted from 1907-1933, at which point most American gold coins were melted down by our government. Though it was not the first $10 gold coin ever produced by the US Mint, this particular half-ounce rarity is undeniably a must-have for collectors of American coins. Investors enjoy the Indian Head because it is an affordable coin that is completely private. The $10 denomination of the Indian Head coin is in an extremely limited supply, but large-volume gold exchanges should be able to fill your order with no problems. Visit to learn more about the wealth preservation powers of historic American rarities. 

Kevin Johnson

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