Is the 1932 $10 Indian Gold Eagle an ms-64?

This 1932 $10 Indian Gold Eagle has been certified as MS-64 by PCGS, one of the top two coin grading services. This highly collectible coin is a great addition to any numismatic collection. This coin has a mintage of 4,463,000. PCGS encapsulation guarantees the coin’s MS-64 condition.

How much is a 1933 double eagle coin worth?

Other specimens traded hands as well, always privately but often as the result of a published advertisement, at prices from $1,000 to $2,200. No one thought anything at the time about the possible illegality of owning a 1933 Double Eagle and the coin was considered to be one of the rarest (but not the rarest) Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles.

Which pre-1933 gold coins should you collect?

Another vintage U.S. gold coin is the Indian Head series designed with a Native American in full headdress on the obverse side and a bald eagle perched on wood on the reverse. Your Pre-1933 gold coin collection wouldn’t be complete without a $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle.

What is the pre-1933 gold market?

The Liberty, St. Gaudens, and Indian Gold Coins became the “Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Market” – a segment of the broader gold market of historical coins with inherent value greater than their gold weight due to their vintage nature plus their fixed and limited supply – attractive features that modern made gold bullion coins simply can’t offer.