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$10 Indian

In Pre 1933 Gold

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$10 Indians were only struck intermittently between 1907 and 1933 when U.S. gold coins were recalled to the Treasury and millions of gold coins were melted down and destroyed forever. Therefore, the mintages of $10 Indians are extremely limited and they thus became a favorite of collectors. One of the unique features of this coin is the raised stars on the edge of the coin representing the 46 states of the Union at the time. Two stars were added in 1912 when Arizona and New Mexico were added to the Union.

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