Rare Gold Coin-1907 $10 Coronet / Liberty Eagle

THE CORONET HEAD AKA THE LIBERTY HEAD IS A GREAT WAY TO INVEST IN GOLD AND HISTORY AT THE SAME TIME IT IS ALSO ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR BECAUSE OF ITS AFFORDABILITY.

First minted in 1838, the $10 series of Liberty gold was inspired by Christian Gobrecht's design from a portrait of Venus. Because each coin contains nearly a half-ounce of pure gold, the most popular dates in the series typically increase in value quickly in response to rising gold prices.

The bust of Liberty is accented by her hair pulled into a knot and fine curls dangling down her neck. She wears a coronet proclaiming "Liberty" while the thirteen stars for the thirteen colonies surround the coin's design. Spread Eagle - The reverse of the $10 Liberty is a heraldic eagle surrounded by the words "United States of America," the denomination "Ten D" at the bottom and the "In God We Trust" was added to all coins minted after 1866 and which are referred to as WM which means with motto

The $10 Liberty coins are highly collectible and as the price of gold continues to climb make a great investment. Their numbers were greatly diminished in 1933 when U.S. gold coins were recalled to the Treasury and millions of gold coins were melted down and destroyed forever. It is truly a great experience to have the opportunity to own one of these fascinating
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