Carson City $10 Eagles enjoy widespread popularity, consistent promotion, strong demand and superior market appreciation. These very popular “CC” Ten-Dollar Coronet-type Liberty Head “Eagle” gold coins were struck over a 19-year span that covered 1870-1884 and 1890-1893. The Eagle series is by far the rarest of the three “CC” gold denominations. Estimates are that no more than 3.22% of the original mintage total survives today, making Carson City Gold Eagle a popular coin to acquire for both collecting and investing. A full 19-coin collection would be a highly desirable and respected collection of numismatic wealth.