About the 1991 $10 Gold American Eagle
The 1991 $10 Gold American Eagle is part of one of the most popular gold bullion series you can possibly invest in. First issued in 1986, Gold American Eagles were the first gold bullion pieces offered to American buyers since the Great Depression. Since then they've captured the imagination of collectors and gold investors alike.
The $10 face value tells you you're taking home ¼ Troy oz. of 22 karat gold whose weight and purity is guaranteed by the United States Government. The 1991 year gives you the opportunity to own an exciting design variant, as 1991 was one of only six years in which the U.S. Mint used Roman numerals to mark the date instead of Arabic numbers. With inspiring designs on both the obverse and reverse, this coin is a don't-miss pick.
What makes this coin a good buy?
The first six years of this series won't be easy to find forever, so it's a good idea to snap them up while you can. Variants like Roman numeral date marks are exactly the kinds of things collectors tend to look for as the years pass. This popular series has already served up quite a few dates collectors are willing to pay a premium for.
No matter what the numismatic market does, you can always take pride in knowing you've made the smart choice to invest in gold, a proven asset which gains value steadily over ten-year periods. Whether you're adding to a portfolio or beginning yours, this coin is something you can feel confident investing in.