1932 PCGS MS63 CAC American Gold Indian

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Indian Head $10 gold coins, or gold eagles, were produced by US Mint each year from 1907 to 1916, and then intermittently until 1933. Replacing the Liberty (or Cornet) gold eagles that had been produced since 1838, Indian gold eagles were the last $10 gold coins minted for circulation. Today, they are avidly sought by investors and collectors for their beautiful design, excellent minting, and large gold content.