History, Information, and Value of 1914 Indian Gold Eagle
Value of 1914 Indian Head $10 Gold
Sharply struck with bountiful mint frost, the 1914 Indian Gold Eagle is attractive provided that the specific example in question is one of the more minimally abraded survivors.
This is a readily obtainable issue in grades up to and including MS-63, although in Mint State the 1914 is scarce and underrated when compared to more common issues such as the 1911, 1912 and 1913. Near-Gems in MS-64 can be somewhat challenging to locate while in MS-65 and higher grades the 1914 is genuinely rare. The finest certified survivors of the Philadelphia Mint coin have been graded MS-67 by PCGS and NGC. As a result of disappointing contemporary sales recorded for earlier issues in this series, only 50 Proof 1914 eagles were produced ã the lowest mintage among regular issue Proof Indian eagles. No more than 45 of these coins are believed to have survived.
The text on the Indian Gold Eagle reads as follows. Obverse: LIBERTY; Date. | Reverse: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; E PLURIBUS UNUM; TEN DOLLARS.
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