About the 1991 $10 Gold American Eagle Proof
The mirror-finish shine and fine detail of proof coins makes them an absolute pleasure to own, and this 1991 $10 Gold American Eagle Proof is no exception. A gorgeous display piece, this coin is graced with the designs of Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Miley Busiek. It's also part of a limited year set in which the U.S. Mint used Roman numerals to mark the date instead of Arabic ones.
Bringing this coin home means holding ¼ Troy oz. of .9167 fine gold, a hard asset with centuries of growth history behind it. The symbolic $10 face value naming it legal tender of the United States of America tells you the coin's weight and purity is backed by the government.
What makes this coin a good buy?
For gold investors, this coin offers one of the easiest and most recognizable ways to buy, trade, sell, and hold gold. It's highly recognizable and reputable. It's easy to transport and store. And if it's held for ten years or more history tells us its value should grow.
For collectors, this coin is sheer joy. Not only are gold proofs like this one incredible works of art, but they're well-positioned to realize value. This one is part of a popular series, with a variant date mark. While there are no guarantees in numismatics, this coin nevertheless has the potential to be worth far more than the melt value of the gold in time. Bring yours home today: American Gold Eagles from the early 90s won't be easy to find forever!