Coin Specifications

Category: Indian Head $10 (1907-1933)
Mint: Philadelphia
Mintage: 239,406
Catalog: KM-125
Composition: Gold
Fineness: 0.9000
Weight: 16.7180g
AGW: 0.4837oz
Melt Value: $558.58 (10/9/2015)
Diameter: 27mm
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1907 INDIAN $10 MS obverse 1907 INDIAN $10 MS reverse

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Description & Analysis

Jeff Garrett: After some tinkering by Charles Barber, the No Periods became the final accepted design. Many were saved, and this issue is one of the most available in Gem condition. NGC has graded two in MS 68 and the price record for the issue is nearly $150,000. The Smithsonian collection contains the absolute finest known for this date—or any other for that matter. The coin is nearly perfect and would easily grade MS 69!


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Price Guide

Last Updated: 6/8/2015

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1907 INDIAN $10 MS
Base $ 790 800 875 885 900 935 960 1000 1025 1350 2350 4300 5400 11000 19500 58000 225000 - -
$ - - 975 1015 1050 1500 2850 4900 6500 12000 26000 85000 -

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Total Graded: 6215
Low Grade: VG
Average Grade: 61
High Grade: 68

Upcoming Auctions

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Sale / Lot
10/13/2015 MS 62   Heritage Auctions Internet Coin Auction Session(2), 131541/Lot# 23642
11/1/2015 UNC Details  Heritage Auctions 2015 October 29 - November 1 US Coins Signature Auction - New York Session(4), 1225/Lot# 7962
11/1/2015 MS 66   Heritage Auctions 2015 October 29 - November 1 US Coins Signature Auction - New York Session(1), 1225/Lot# 3559

Auction Prices Realized

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Sale / Lot
10/1/1993 NGC MS 63   Heritage Auctions Long Beach Bullet #108, 108/Lot# 616 $1,375.00
9/4/2000 PCGS MS 64   Teletrade Auction 1353, 1353/Lot# 1811 $2,584.75
1/24/2005 NGC MS 60   David Lawrence Rare Coins Internet-Only Auction #25, 29/Lot# 497 $471.50
9/14/2008 NGC MS 63   Goldberg September 14-16, 2008 Pre-Long Beach Coin Auction, 48/Lot# 1549 $2,875.00
2/3/2010 PCGS MS 60   Heritage Auctions 2010 February Long Beach, CA Signature US Coin Auction #1137, 1137/Lot# 8288 $1,380.00
11/6/2011 PCGS MS 62   GreatCollections GreatCollections Coin Auctions 11/06/2011, 143/Lot# 23907 $2,200.00
9/2/2012 NGC MS 62   Bonhams Coins and Medals, 20038/Lot# 1102 $1,579.00
3/6/2015 PCGS MS 65   Stack's Bowers March 2015 Portland ANA, 6103/Lot# 428 $6,462.50

NGC Registry

NGC Registry Score 1907 INDIAN $10 MS
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