1907 $10 Indian No Motto NGC MS63

$2,500

Description

1907 $10 Indian No Motto NGC MS63. The transitional year of 1907 is perhaps the most widely collected for gold coins than any other year (that’s affordable!). President Theodore Roosevelt ushered in a new design for the four gold circulating denominations starting with the 1907 $10 and $20 gold pieces. The general public were treated to a Miss Liberty being replaced by an elegant Indian Princess on the eagle design, and to this day this is still, arguably, the most beautiful created by our nation.

The present Choice Mint State-63 example was hand picked by us for it’s stunning and vibrant luster and minimal surface marks. It’s exactly the kind of coin we look for and it’s always the kind of coin we want to buy back when the next owner is ready to sell. If you’re in the market for a No Motto $10, do your homework and compare this coin to any other one available on the market. We think you’ll be hard-pressed to find any finer!