1932 $10 MS 66
|Type:||Type 4, With Motto|
|Category:||Indian $10 (1907-1933)|
Absolutely gorgeous $10 Indian! For this major gold type, the average grade is probably MS62. Indeed, there are probably more Uncirculated coins than lower grade circulated examples. This is because this denomination of gold coin really didn’t circulate in commerce when it was minted (1907-1932). So, most survivors are those that were used for international commerce or large domestic transactions…and then stored for the future. Conversely, Gem grades are fairly rare. This has to do with the design and the methods of distribution and storage. Most surviving Uncirculated specimens just have too many marks and scratches to qualify as MS64 or MS65, let alone higher. This is one of the most important U.S. gold types, and this coin takes it to another level as a Superb Gem MS66. In 37 years, PCGS has just graded one example MS67, so this MS66 represents the top of the charts. This is a fresh original mark-free with bright gold color.