How much are my U.S. $10 Gold Eagles worth?

About $10 Gold Eagles

$10 gold American Eagles have been struck since 1986 and are a popular bullion item both among collectors and investors in the United States and around the world. $10 eagles contain one-half ounce of pure gold and carry an obverse design by Augustus Saint-Gaudens that depicts Miss Liberty and was first made popular on $20 gold double eagles produced from 1907 through 1933. The reverse of the $10 gold eagle, designed by Miley Busiek, shows a family of eagles around a nest.

During the first six years of production, from 1986 through 1991, $10 gold eagles were dated on the obverse using Roman numerals. This changed in 1992, when the United States Mint began employing Arabic numerals, which are far more familiar to most collectors and investors.

Most uncirculated $10 gold eagles are common, though a few issues are considerably scarce and trade at premiums well above spot prices. These include the 1999-W uncirculated issue struck from unpolished proof dies and the three burnished $10 eagles from 2006, 2007, and 2008. $10 gold eagles certified in MS70 grades are popular among collectors, though as these top-grade pieces are typically sold for substantial premiums precious metals investors tend to buy pieces grading below MS69, which seems to be the minimum grade threshold for those who collect gold eagles.



TYPE COIN

U.S. Coin Values

$10 Gold Eagle MS [Type]

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U.S. Coin Values

1986

Mintage: 726,031

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U.S. Coin Values

1987

Mintage: 269,255

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1988

Mintage: 49,000

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1989

Mintage: 81,789

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1990

Mintage: 41,000

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1991

Mintage: 36,100

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1992

Mintage: 59,546

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1993

Mintage: 71,864

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1994

Mintage: 72,650

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1995

Mintage: 83,752

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1996

Mintage: 60,318

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1997

Mintage: 108,805

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1998

Mintage: 309,829

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1999

Mintage: 564,232

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1999-W Unf PR Die

Mintage: 10,000

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2000

Mintage: 128,964

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2001

Mintage: 71,280

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2002

Mintage: 62,027

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2003

Mintage: 74,029

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2004

Mintage: 72,014

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2005

Mintage: 72,015

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2006

Mintage: 60,004

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2006-W Burn

Mintage: 15,188

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2007

Mintage: 34,004

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2007-W Burn

Mintage: 12,766

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2008

Mintage: 70,000

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2008-W Burn

Mintage: 8,883

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2009

Mintage: 110,000

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2010

Mintage: 86,000

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2011

Mintage: 80,000

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2012

Mintage: 90,000

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2013

Mintage: 114,500

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2014

Mintage: 90,000

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2015

Mintage: 158,000

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2016

Mintage: 152,000

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2017

Mintage: 64,000

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2018

Mintage: 62,000

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2019

Mintage: 38,000

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2020

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