1926 PCGS MS63
· Many of the circulation gold coins issued by the United States Mint prior to 1933 have been lost to history. Following the end of the gold standard in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelts administration authorized the collection and melting of US circulation gold coins. For many of the remaining date marks across the 19th and 20th centuries, surviving specimens in the 21st century represent a fraction of the original mintage. The 1926 Indian Gold Eagle is a particularly notable release as only 10% of its original mintage is believed to have survived into the 21st century. Today, 1926 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coins with a Mint State grade are available to you online from JM Bullion. 1926 is the only 1920s-dated Indian Eagle struck at the Philadelphia Mint. Liberty wears a feathered headdress on the obverse, The bald eagle rests on a perch in the reverse design. Lady Liberty wears an indigenous, feathered headdress on the obverse side of 1926 Indian Gold Eagle Coins. This design was created in 1907 by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and used only on the $10 denomination of US Eagles.