Set $10 Liberty & Indian (PCGS graded)
Wanting uniformity among gold coins, U.S. Mint Chief Engraver Christian Gobrecht created a version of his $10 Liberty Gold Coin and coronet design for the $2.50 Liberty Gold Coin. Currently, the coronet design stands as the longest uninterrupted use of a U.S. coin design without a major design change.
The obverse of the Indian Gold Coin displays the first Native American image to appear on United States coinage. The Indian Head is in profile view with a full-feathered headdress. The issue date of the coin sits under the profile, while the word “LIBERTY” is arched across the top of the coin. Thirteen stars surround the Indian head, representing the 13 original colonies.
The size and color reproduction of the coins shown do not correspond to the actual coins.