Information and History of 1991 $10 Gold Coins
Value of 1991 Ten Dollar Gold Coin
The 1991 $10 gold coin is for the most part just valued for its precious metal content. All that means is that the value of the coin will change depending on the current melt value of gold. This coin weighs a quarter of an ounce. So you can divide the current price of gold by four to get the melt value of this coin. Collectors refer to these as AGE or American Gold Eagles. The United States Mint produces these coins every year. The only difference is the year on the coin; all the other design elements are the same year to year. Whether we are talking about a coin released in 1991, 2012, or any other year – you will always see the same features.
The 1991 quarter ounce coin has the following text: MCMXCI – Liberty – United States of America – E Pluribus Unum – In God We Trust – 1/4 OZ. Fine Gold ~ 10 Dollars – MB JW. The back or reverse of the coin pictures an eagle. The front or obverse of the coin has a female (Lady Liberty) holding a branch.
1991-P $10 Gold American Eagle Proof: If you look above you can see where there were 50,839 $10 proof gold coins minted by the U.S. Mint in 1991. The only difference between a proof coin and a regular strike coin is the P mint mark below the year. Proofs have the P. The mintmark is the only difference between the two types of coins.
Right now we are paying at least the full melt value for 1991 $10 AGE coins. Contact us to get an exact offer on your coin or entire collection.