|Although most collectors feel the $20 St. Gaudens Gold Double Eagle is the most beautiful of all U.S. coins, I like the $10 Indian Gold Eagle by St. Gaudens a little more. I have just always like the Indian design of the obverse and the eagle on the reverse, but I especially like the edge of the coin with the raised stars instead of reeding. This 1909 $10 Indian Gold Eagle has been graded MS60 by PCGS. Unfortunately, my favorite feature of the coin, the raised stars on the edge, is hidden by the PCGS holder. Nevertheless, the coin is a nice mint state example of the type with decent original mint luster and nice medium gold color. There are many small hits in the open fields of the coin and one larger mark on the chin of the Liberty on the obverse which likely accounts for the MS60 grade. Otherwise, the coin is a great example for the grade and an affordable mint state example of the $10 Indian Gold Eagle type.