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$10 1932 Gold Eagle Indian, NGC MS64 #3322451-004

<p> <u><em><strong>$10 1932 Gold Eagle Indian, NGC MS64 #3322451-004. </strong></em></u>The $10 Eagle coin was the base-unit denomination from which all original U.S. gold coinage was minted. The $2.50 or quarter eagle, the $5 or half eagle and the $20 or Double Eagle are all derived from the $10 Eagle denomination. The term “Eagle” is often thought to be just a numismatic nomenclature, however, Eagle was "coined" by Congress in the Act of 1792 authorizing the establishment of the U.S. Mint and U.S. coinage. The $10 coins were minted from 1795 until 1933 when the United States was taken off of the gold standard. The $10 Indian head design was minted intermittently from 1907-1933 and was the second denomination that was given a facelift by famed American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Trends is $1600 and the Collector's Universe list is $1390.</p>