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$10 Liberty gold coins were at one time the nation’s largest gold coin issued at .48375oz. Called the Liberty Eagle, they were minted from 1838 to 1907 and the design was modeled after the 1816 Coronet-type Large Cent. It had a denomination of ten dollar because that was the actual value of the gold it contained. Today it is owned by investors and collectors alike and can be purchased for a premium slightly above that of bullion. We currently offer the most common 10 dollar Liberties for purchase in Mint State Grades: XF, MS61, MS62. MS63, MS64 & MS65.