1932 USA Indian Head Gold Eagle $10


The 1932 USA Indian Head Gold Eagle $10

The 1932 USA Indian Head Gold Eagle $10 is of type Variety 2. Motto is on the reverse. The coin was designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

1932 was the largest minting of all the Indian Head $10 series. It was also effectively the last, as nearly all of the 1933 coins were recalled by the US Mint and the few out there cost six figures.

1932 Indian Head $10 were minted in Philadelphia (no mint mark).

The Obverse shows the head of Liberty wearing an Indian war bonnet. Thirteen stars above. Date below.

Edge has 48 raised stars signifying the state of the Union.
 
The Reverse shows an eagle. Motto "In God We Trust" to left.

Image credit: The Royal Mint


Mintage: 4,463,000 (may include coins in sets)
Minted at US Mint - Philadelphia.
Remember 1932 ?
Monarch is King George V. Prime Minister is Ramsay MacDonald (Coalition). US President is Herbert Hoover (R-California). Winter Olympics at Lake Placid, New York and the 1932 Summer Olympics are in Los Angeles. First experimental television broadcast by the BBC. Forrest Mars makes the first Mars bar in Slough. English cricket team in Australia and it's the bodyline series.
General Description: Indian Head Gold Eagle $10
The $10 Indian Head Eagle gold coin, also know as the $10 Eagle, was minted from 1907 to 1933. Produced by the U.S. Mint, it is considered one of the most beautiful American gold coins. Designer was Augustus Saint-Gaudens. 90% Gold and weighs 16.718g.

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Which Mint: US Mint - Philadelphia
The United States Mint, Philadelphia was founded in 1792. It has a mint mark of 'P' although the early coins minted there do not carry a mint mark. The 'P' was added to most coins after 1980.
Country of Origin: United States of America
The United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States (U.S.) or America, is a constitutional federal republic composed of 50 states. It's currency is the Dollar (USD $1) and that is equivalent to 100 cents.

The United States mints many famous coins in gold, silver and lesser metals. The USA has several Mints, such as Philadelphia, San Francisco, West Point (NY) and Denver.
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