1907 $10 No Motto MS64 PCGS. After Saint-Gaudens ...
The ten dollar Indian gold coins have an unusual edge device entirely different from the reeded edge that the public was accustomed to. These coins have raised stars on their edge, 46 through 1911 and 48 stars beginning in 1912.
This issue is among the more plentiful of all ten Indians and survives from a mintage of 239,406 coins. It remains to be considered that only a small percentage of these have survived in Choice or Gem Mint State grades. This is a splendid example of the initial production issue actually released for circulation. Some stories have suggested that Saint-Gaudens used his mistress, Davida Clark, as the model for this design. It is also interesting to note the similarities between the profile of this "Indian" on these ten dollar coins to the profile of Liberty on the Peace dollar, said to be modeled by Anthony DeFrancisci's wife.
Sharply struck, again with the exception of the very center of the obverse, which has some weakness. Both the obverse and the reverse have delightful yellow-gold luster with brilliant and frosty surfaces. An exceptional example for the grade, and deserving of careful consideration for its quality.
From The John Michael Stuart Collection, Part Two.(#8852) (Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 28GF, PCGS# 8852)
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Revised Edition by James L. Halperin, Mark R. Borckardt, Mark Van Winkle, Jon Amato, and Gregory J. Rohan, with special contributor David W. Akers
The Coinage of Augustus Saint-Gaudens is an issue-by-issue examination of these two artistically inspired series of gold coins.
Each date and mintmark is reviewed with up-to-date information, much of which has never been previously published. The book is based on
two extraordinary collections: The Phillip H. Morse collection and the Dr. and Mrs. Steven L. Duckor collection.
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