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Sale 1223 — U.S. Postal History and U.S. Gold Coins

Sale Date — Fri, 5 Jun, 2020

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Category — $10 Indian Eagles — Lots 9107 to 9122

Princess Eagle, $10, 1907 - , 8852, Obverse
Lot 9107 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1907 - , 8852, Reverse
Lot 9107 Reverse
Lot 9107
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1907 - (No Motto)
PCGS #: 8852
Grade: MS 64 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 50265606
CDN CPG® Value: $2,880
Estimate: $1,800
Minimum Bid: $1,600
Condition Notes  
Orange-gold luster, slight softness in the strike, pinpoint carbon spot in field to left of bust
Commentary  
239,406 Indian Eagles (No Motto) were minted at Philadelphia in 1907.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1908 - , 8859, Obverse
Lot 9108 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1908 - , 8859, Reverse
Lot 9108 Reverse
Lot 9108
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1908 - (Motto)
PCGS #: 8859
Grade: MS 64 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 33968255
CDN CPG® Value: $2,590
Estimate: $1,600
Minimum Bid: $1,400
Condition Notes  
Brilliant honey-gold luster, sharply detailed strike, faint friction marks in fields
Commentary  
341,370 Indian Eagles (with Motto) were minted at Philadelphia in 1908.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1908 - D, 8854, Obverse
Lot 9109 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1908 - D, 8854, Reverse
Lot 9109 Reverse
Lot 9109
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1908 - D (No Motto)
PCGS #: 8854
Grade: MS 62 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 35562801
CDN CPG® Value: $2,840
Estimate: $1,800
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Condition Notes  
Honey-gold luster, a bit of softness in the strike, tiny hairline on cheek
Commentary  
210,000 Indian Eagles (No Motto) were minted at Denver in 1908.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1908 - D, 8860, Obverse
Lot 9110 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1908 - D, 8860, Reverse
Lot 9110 Reverse
Lot 9110
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1908 - D (Motto)
PCGS #: 8860
Grade: MS 63 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 37152923
CDN CPG® Value: $3,880
Estimate: $2,500
Minimum Bid: $2,000
Condition Notes  
Gorgeous semi-reflective rose-gold luster, sharply detailed strike, tiny negligible marks, a strong MS63
Commentary  
836,500 Indian Eagles (with Motto) were minted at Denver in 1908. Despite the high mintage, pieces in MS63 or higher grades are very scarce. PCGS reports 142 at MS63 and 60 higher. NGC reports 32 at MS63 and 35 higher.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1909 - , 8862, Obverse
Lot 9111 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1909 - , 8862, Reverse
Lot 9111 Reverse
Lot 9111
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1909 -
PCGS #: 8862
Grade: MS 63 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 36612352
CDN CPG® Value: $1,720
Estimate: $1,100
Minimum Bid: $850
Condition Notes  
Brilliant honey-gold luster, sharply detailed strike, faint friction marks in fields
Commentary  
184,789 Indian Eagles were minted at Philadelphia in 1909.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1909 - D, 8863, Obverse
Lot 9112 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1909 - D, 8863, Reverse
Lot 9112 Reverse
Lot 9112
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1909 - D
PCGS #: 8863
Grade: MS 63 Service: NGC
Identification #: 3406578002
CDN CPG® Value: $3,380
Estimate: $2,200
Minimum Bid: $1,700
Condition Notes  
Lovely bright gold semi-reflective luster, sharp strike, a few hairline marks including one on cheek
Commentary  
121,540 Indian Eagles were minted at Denver in 1909. PCGS reports 203 at MS63 and 53 higher. NGC reports 53 at MS63 and 30 higher.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1910 - S, 8867, Obverse
Lot 9113 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1910 - S, 8867, Reverse
Lot 9113 Reverse
Lot 9113
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1910 - S
PCGS #: 8867
Grade: MS 62 Service: NGC
Identification #: 4480733005
CDN CPG® Value: $1,940
Estimate: $1,300
Minimum Bid: $1,000
Condition Notes  
Satiny khaki gold luster, solid strike but some softness in details, faint traces of friction
Commentary  
811,000 Indian Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1910.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1911 - , 8868, Obverse
Lot 9114 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1911 - , 8868, Reverse
Lot 9114 Reverse
Lot 9114
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1911 -
PCGS #: 8868
Grade: MS 64 Service: NGC
Identification #: 561819004
CDN CPG® Value: $1,560
Estimate: $950
Minimum Bid: $700
Condition Notes  
Brilliant semi-reflective luster with crimson and olive pinwheel when rotated in light, solid strike, single mark on cheek keeps this from Gem Mint State grade
Commentary  
505,500 Indian Eagles were minted at Philadelphia in 1911.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1911 - D, 8869, Obverse
Lot 9115 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1911 - D, 8869, Reverse
Lot 9115 Reverse
Lot 9115
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1911 - D
PCGS #: 8869
Grade: AU 55 Service: NGC
Identification #: 3316998002
CDN CPG® Value: $3,940
Estimate: $2,600
Minimum Bid: $2,100
Condition Notes  
Bright yellow-gold semi-reflective luster, sharp detail, a few tiny scattered marks but really quite deserving of a higher grade
Commentary  
A relatively low 30,100 Indian Eagles were minted at Denver in 1911.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1912 - S, 8872, Obverse
Lot 9116 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1912 - S, 8872, Reverse
Lot 9116 Reverse
Lot 9116
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1912 - S
PCGS #: 8872
Grade: MS 62 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 36200100
CDN CPG® Value: $2,340
Estimate: $1,500
Minimum Bid: $1,200
Condition Notes  
Brilliant honey-gold semi-reflective luster, sharply detailed strike, contact marks including one on cheek
Commentary  
300,000 Indian Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1912.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1913 - S, 8874, Obverse
Lot 9117 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1913 - S, 8874, Reverse
Lot 9117 Reverse
Lot 9117
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1913 - S
PCGS #: 8874
Grade: AU 55 Service: NGC
Identification #: 3835763001
CDN CPG® Value: $1,910
Estimate: $1,300
Minimum Bid: $1,000
Condition Notes  
Honey-gold semi-reflective luster, sharp detail, shallow abrasion marks, a very strong AU55
Commentary  
66,000 Indian Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1913.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1914 - , 8875, Obverse
Lot 9118 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1914 - , 8875, Reverse
Lot 9118 Reverse
Lot 9118
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1914 -
PCGS #: 8875
Grade: MS 63 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 25554754
CDN CPG® Value: $1,500
Estimate: $950
Minimum Bid: $700
Condition Notes  
Gorgeous semi-reflective orange-gold luster, sharply detailed strike, tiny negligible marks including one on cheek which probably kept this from a Gem Mint State grade
Commentary  
151,000 Indian Eagles were minted at Philadelphia in 1914 at the start of World War I.
Indian Eagle, $10, 1914 - D, 8876, Obverse
Lot 9119 Obverse
Indian Eagle, $10, 1914 - D, 8876, Reverse
Lot 9119 Reverse
Lot 9119
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1914 - D
PCGS #: 8876
Grade: MS 64 Service: NGC
Identification #: 3389722001
CDN CPG® Value: $3,250
Estimate: $2,100
Minimum Bid: $1,700
Condition Notes  
Lustrous rose-gold surfaces and sharp detailed strike as usual for the 1914-D Eagle
Commentary  
343,500 Eagles were minted in Denver at the start of World War I, and though many were melted, the pieces repatriated from Europe have supplied a reasonably large quantity for collectors. In MS64 grade, NGC reports 159 (76 higher).
Princess Eagle, $10, 1914 - S, 8877, Obverse
Lot 9120 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1914 - S, 8877, Reverse
Lot 9120 Reverse
Lot 9120
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1914 - S
PCGS #: 8877
Grade: MS 62 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34576887
CDN CPG® Value: $3,120
Estimate: $2,100
Minimum Bid: $1,700
Condition Notes  
Deep crimson-gold luster with olive accents, minor friction marks, a beautiful piece
Commentary  
208,000 Indian Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1914 at the start of World War I.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1915 - , 8878, Obverse
Lot 9121 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1915 - , 8878, Reverse
Lot 9121 Reverse
Lot 9121
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1915 -
PCGS #: 8878
Grade: MS 64 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 83248870
CDN CPG® Value: $2,470
Estimate: $1,600
Minimum Bid: $1,300
Condition Notes  
Beautiful semi-reflective honey-gold luster, sharply detailed strike, a rather prominent contact mark is found in the headdress, but otherwise deserving of its MS64 grade
Commentary  
351,000 Indian Eagles were minted at Philadelphia in 1915.
Princess Eagle, $10, 1916 - S, 8880, Obverse
Lot 9122 Obverse
Princess Eagle, $10, 1916 - S, 8880, Reverse
Lot 9122 Reverse
Lot 9122
Type: Indian Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1916 - S
PCGS #: 8880
Grade: MS 63 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 35125036
CDN CPG® Value: $6,000
Estimate: $4,000
Minimum Bid: $3,000
Condition Notes  
Satiny yellow-gold luster, solid strike but some softness in details, faint traces of friction, including a hairline scratch on cheek
Commentary  
138,500 Indian Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1916.
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