The Saint-Gaudens Indian Head eagle series, which ran from 1907 through 1933 (the final production was nearly completely destroyed), is a deceptively challenging set to put together, particularly in high grades. Only a handful of issues are collectible in Gem condition or better, several have either low mintages – low survival rates or both – and just two of them (the 1926 and 1932) could be considered plentiful.
The 1911-D is a series semi-key struck to the limited extent of just 30,100 coins. That meager total represents the lowest production among all regular-issue Indian Head ten-dollar gold pieces and explains why examples are so highly sought-after.
The PCGS population is 43 with 26 graded higher.
Offered at $19,500