Indian Ten Dollar Gold Coin Values

Indian ten dollar gold coin values have risen to $571 each. This is the minimum value of a coin that has been in circulation, shows wear and is a common date.

Indian Ten Dollar Gold Coin

However, there are many dates and mints that are not common, with values in the $1,000 plus range. And a few rarities, worth many thousands. The value chart lists all dates and mints.

Finding a rare date or rare mintmark are two ways to higher values. Also, the condition of your coin plays a major role in its valuation. What is the condition of your coin? Worn with the finer details lacking or fresh looking with lustrous surfaces remaining.

The 1932 Indian ten dollar gold coin pictured, is a "common" date, but in an uncommon state of preservation. This coin would be a prize addition to any collection, and worth over $638 .

Grading gold coins is covered below. Very important to the accurate value of Indian ten dollar gold.

Indian Ten Dollar Gold Coin Values - What Dealers Pay

To clarify, the word "common" refers to the relation between these coins within the series. One date may enter the market more often and seem common compared to the others. In reality, at over $571 each all are scarce and many dates rare. And the highest prices are found in the "Uncirculated" category.

Indian Ten Dollar Gold Coin Values
 Condition of Coin
  Indian Ten Dollar Gold Coin Values Updated 10/5/2015
1907 $571 $584 $588 $790
1908 $581 $603 $618 $876
1908 D $571 $603 $618 $790
With Motto Variety 1908-1933
1908 $637 $671 $672 $682
1908 D $571 $584 $588 $790
1908 S $694 $772 $813 $3,913
1909 $571 $584 $588 $682
1909 D $571 $584 $588 $876
1909 S $571 $603 $672 $2,176
1910 $571 $584 $588 $638
1910 D $571 $584 $588 $638
1910 S $571 $584 $588 $876
1911 $571 $584 $588 $638
1911 D $694 $772 $3,669 $8,925
1911 S $637 $671 $672 $3,176
1912 $571 $584 $588 $638
1912 S $571 $584 $588 $2,177
1913 $571 $584 $588 $638
1913 S $694 $772 $813 $7,466
1914 $571 $584 $588 $638
1914 D $571 $584 $588 $638
1914 S $637 $671 $672 $2,029
1915 $571 $584 $588 $638
1915 S $694 $772 $813 $5,093
1916 S $571 $584 $588 $1,813
1920 S Rare Rare Rare Rare
1926 $571 $584 $588 $638
1930 S Rare Rare Rare Rare
1932 $571 $584 $588 $638
1933 Rare Rare Rare Rare

The above are wholesale Indian ten dollar gold coin values. Computed from dealers price lists with various markup factors figured in. They reflect closely the value you would expect to receive when selling.

Variations in value do occur subject to subtle grading points, collector demands and dealer needs. For more background information, see how value listings in the Coin Value Guide are determined.

Next, discover the highest accurate value of your gold coins...

Condition the Subtle Value Key

Before collectors or dealers place a value on any coin, they first judge its condition. The process is known as "Grading." As a coin circulates and wears the different stages are noted and assigned a grade. Indian ten dollar gold coin values depend on this evaluation.

Since collectors and dealers are willing to pay a premium for better condition coins. A close and careful examination of your gold piece often leads to discovering a higher value.

Compare your coins to the grading image and judge its condition. An "Uncirculated" gold coin is very lustrous with no wear. Examine her cheeks and hair for breaks in this luster.

If slight wear is evident with breaks in the luster the coin drops to the "About Uncirculated" grade. Additional wear, noticeable in the hair over the ear and feathers in the headdress drops the coin to the "Extremely Fine" condition.

Indian Ten Dollar Gold Coin Grading

If you feel your coin is in very nice condition and are just not sure of the grade, help available. Submit your coin to a grading service. Today most gold coins are sent to a grading service before a dealer offers them for sale.

Collectors and dealers consider PCGS and NGC as leaders in coin grading services. Seek their advice. They both authenticate and grade your coin. The small fee you pay provides assurance you understand and receive the full value of your coin.

It is also helpful to know grading a coin is not an exact science. It is your opinion, dealers and collectors have their own opinions... and they can all differ slightly.

Many dealers display images of their inventory, check listings, look for those offering Indian ten dollar gold coins similar to yours. Their listings and prices normally include a notation of the NGC or PCGS assigned grade. Additionally, these coin dealers are potential buyers of your coins.

Finding Valuable Mintmarks

Indian Ten Dollar Gold Coin Mintmark Location

In many years Indian ten dollar gold coins were minted in less quantities at the branch mints. Fewer minted, fewer to save, the result, higher Indian ten dollar gold coin values.

Three mints produced Indian gold coins. The Denver mint, identified by a "D" and the San Francisco mint used an "S" mintmark. The third mint, in Philadelphia did not use a mintmark.

Find the mintmark on the reverse, along the rim, just above the "TEN."

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Your Indian ten dollar gold coin is one of the more popular coins series. With its impressive design, large size, large gold content, it is highly collectable.

Indian ten dollar gold coin values are sure to trend higher.

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All old US coin values. The home page is an excellent index, quickly leading to the major coin series. From Cents to Gold. Having accurate values of your gold coins allow you to find the best buyers when selling.

Print the Coin Values Worksheet - link in navigation column - to list your Indian ten dollar gold coins and record their values. Should you decide to sell... use the worksheet as an invoice and packing slip when sending coins through the mail to dealers. It indicates you have done your coin values homework, very important with today's high values.