The Plain Eagle, which is a $10 gold coin (1795-1933) The Double Eagle, which is a $20 gold coin (1850-1933) The Coinage Act of 1792 was the first law to authorize the production of gold coins in the United States of America. Specifically, it mandated the weight and purity of three new coins and denominations: the eagle ($10), the half eagle ($5), and the quarter eagle ($2.50).
NGC's Coin Price Guide for Saint-Gaudens $20 (1907-1933).
Precious Metal Content: .12094 Pure Gold . THE $20 LIBERTY DOUBLE EAGLE. Designer: James B. Longacre Coin Face Value: $20.00 Minted: 1849-1907 Precious Metal Content: .96750 oz. Pure Gold . THE $10 INDIAN EAGLE. Designer: Augustus Saint-Gaudens Coin Face Value: $10.00 Minted: 1907-1933
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This interesting mix of attributes makes raw gold an ideal sub-segment for further diversification within the Pre-1933 U.S. gold market. • The larger coins ($20 and $10) offer similar gold content and exposure to rising gold prices as modern Gold Eagles.