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$10 Liberty

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$10 Liberty
  • Gold Content – 0.48375 oz.
  • Gross Weight – 16.718 g
  • Composition – 90% gold, 10% copper
  • Coin Diameter – 27 mm
  • Thickness – 2.03 mm
  • Mint Dates – 1838-1907
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OverviewThe $10 Liberty gold coin, or Coronet, was minted first in 1838 after a 34-year hiatus of other $10 gold coins. Christian Gobrecht’s Coronet design also was used for the $2.50 and $5 Liberty gold coins.

DesignThe obverse (front) shows Lady Liberty with her hair in a tight bun, a few loose curls on her neck. On her head, her coronet is inscribed “Liberty.” Surrounding her are 13 stars for the original 13 colonies and the issue date. The 1838 and early 1839 $10 Liberty gold coins have a slightly different design than those minted afterword. The most prominent difference is the shape of the neck truncation.The reverse shows a proud bald eagle with wings spread, standing among olive branches. The eagle clinches three arrows in his talons and has a shield with stars and stripes. “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” the denomination, and the mint mark surround the eagle. $10 Liberty gold coins minted from 1838 and 1866 do not feature “IN GOD WE TRUST.” In 1866, the reverse was modified by adding the motto on a ribbon above the eagle.

MintingThe Philadelphia Mint produced these coins from 1838 to 1907, and the San Francisco Mint produced them most of that time as well. The Carson City Mint began production in 1870, and New Orleans minted them from 1879-1883, and again a few years later. The Denver Mint produced them from 1906 until the $10 Liberty was replaced by the $10 Indian Head gold coin.

Augusta cannot guarantee, and makes no representation, that any metals purchased by a customer will appreciate at all or appreciate sufficiently to make a profit, and there is no certainty that any metals can be sold for a profit. The future value of the coins you purchase cannot be predicted. You could lose money. Prices may rise and fall over time or rapidly. Past performance of any coin does not guarantee future results. All decisions regarding the purchase or sale of precious metals, including the decision of which precious metals to purchase or sell, are the customer's decision alone. Premium coins are sold for more than the value of the precious metal they contain. Augusta's prices and buy-back prices are determined and controlled by Augusta.This investment is speculative and unregulated.

Michael Dallo, CPA, JD, LL.M. is a tax attorney and certified public accountant (CPA) of Dallo Law Group, a Professional Corporation. For over 10 years, Michael has zealously represented hundreds of clients in resolving tax disputes with the Internal Revenue Service and California taxing agencies, as well as developing sound tax positions and arguments to minimize their federal and state tax liability.

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