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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the $10 Draped Bust Gold series of Gold Coinage in the U.S. Coins contains 40 distinct entries with CPG® values between $11,300.00 and $3,360,000.00.
The Act of April 2, 1792, authorized production of the eagle ($10 gold coin)—the nation's largest denomination at the time—and specified its weight and fineness. The first such coins were minted in 1795. Early on, eagles were widely used in commerce. Before long, most were exported in trade, and for this reason their coinage was halted after 1804.

Catalog Detail

  $10 Draped Bust Gold Value Range Favorite
$10 Draped Bust Gold Value Range  
Draped Bust Eagle $10 Small Eagle, 1795-1797 MS Type Coin
$32,400
-
$3,300,000
$32,400 - $3,300,000
Draped Bust Eagle $10 Large Eagle, 1797-1804 MS Type Coin
$11,300
-
$750,000
$11,300 - $750,000
1795 $10 13 Leaves MS
$32,400
-
$3,300,000
$32,400 - $3,300,000
1795 $10 13 Leaves, BD-1 MS
$32,400
-
$3,300,000
$32,400 - $3,300,000
1795 $10 13 Leaves, BD-2 MS
$32,400
-
$3,300,000
$32,400 - $3,300,000
1795 $10 13 Leaves, BD-4 MS
$32,400
-
$3,300,000
$32,400 - $3,300,000
1795 $10 13 Leaves, BD-5 MS
$32,400
-
$3,300,000
$32,400 - $3,300,000
1795 $10 9 Leaves, BD-3 MS Scarce Variety
$93,600
-
$3,360,000
$93,600 - $3,360,000
1796 $10 BD-1 MS
$32,400
-
$554,400
$32,400 - $554,400
1797 $10 Small Eagle, BD-1 MS
$43,200
-
$626,400
$43,200 - $626,400
1797 $10 Large Eagle MS
$12,000
-
$403,200
$12,000 - $403,200
1797 $10 Large Eagle, BD-2 MS
$12,000
-
$403,200
$12,000 - $403,200
1797 $10 Large Eagle, BD-3 MS
$12,000
-
$403,200
$12,000 - $403,200
1797 $10 Large Eagle, BD-4 MS
$12,000
-
$403,200
$12,000 - $403,200
1798/7 $10 9x4 Stars, BD-1 MS
$13,200
-
$410,400
$13,200 - $410,400

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1798/7 $10 7x6 Stars, BD-2 MS
$48,000
-
$1,584,000
$48,000 - $1,584,000
1799 $10 Large Stars Obverse MS
$11,300
-
$750,000
$11,300 - $750,000
1799 $10 Large Stars Obverse, BD-9 MS
$45,600
-
$480,000
$45,600 - $480,000
1799 $10 Large Stars Obverse, BD-10 MS
$11,300
-
$750,000
$11,300 - $750,000
1799 $10 Small Stars Obverse MS
$11,300
-
$774,000
$11,300 - $774,000
1799 $10 Small Stars Obverse, BD-1 MS
$13,000
-
$432,000
$13,000 - $432,000
1799 $10 Small Stars Obverse, BD-2 MS
$11,300
-
$851,400
$11,300 - $851,400
1799 $10 Small Stars Obverse, BD-3 MS
$12,400
-
$396,000
$12,400 - $396,000
1799 $10 Small Stars Obverse, BD-4 MS
$13,000
-
$432,000
$13,000 - $432,000
1799 $10 Small Stars Obverse, BD-5 MS
$12,400
-
$396,000
$12,400 - $396,000
1799 $10 Small Stars Obverse, BD-6 MS
$11,300
-
$774,000
$11,300 - $774,000
1799 $10 Small Stars Obverse, BD-7 MS
$11,300
-
$774,000
$11,300 - $774,000
1799 $10 Small Stars Obverse, BD-8 MS
$11,300
-
$774,000
$11,300 - $774,000
1800 $10 BD-1 MS
$11,300
-
$511,200
$11,300 - $511,200
1801 $10 MS
$11,300
-
$360,000
$11,300 - $360,000
1801 $10 BD-1 MS
$11,300
-
$360,000
$11,300 - $360,000
1801 $10 BD-2 MS
$11,300
-
$360,000
$11,300 - $360,000
1803 $10 Small Stars Reverse MS
$13,200
-
$360,000
$13,200 - $360,000
1803 $10 Small Stars Reverse, BD-1 MS
$13,200
-
$360,000
$13,200 - $360,000
1803 $10 Small Stars Reverse, BD-2 MS
$14,500
-
$112,800
$14,500 - $112,800
1803 $10 Small Stars Reverse, BD-3 MS
$13,200
-
$360,000
$13,200 - $360,000
1803 $10 Small Stars Reverse, BD-4 MS
$14,500
-
$396,000
$14,500 - $396,000
1803 $10 Extra Star In Cloud, BD-5 MS
$14,500
-
$900,000
$14,500 - $900,000
1803 $10 Large Stars Reverse, BD-6 MS
$17,400
-
$750,000
$17,400 - $750,000
1804 $10 Crosslet 4, BD-1 MS
$24,000
-
$720,000
$24,000 - $720,000
       

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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the $10 Draped Bust Gold series of Gold Coinage in the U.S. Coins contains 40 distinct entries with CPG® values between $11,300.00 and $3,360,000.00.
The Act of April 2, 1792, authorized production of the eagle ($10 gold coin)—the nation's largest denomination at the time—and specified its weight and fineness. The first such coins were minted in 1795. Early on, eagles were widely used in commerce. Before long, most were exported in trade, and for this reason their coinage was halted after 1804.

Catalog Detail