$10 Indian Head Gold coins were commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt and designed by sculptor Augustus St. Gaudens. The $10 Indian Head Gold coins use raised images rather than incused images as those featured on the $2.5 and $5 Indian Head Gold coins. The obverse side of the $10 Indian Head Gold coin includes the Head of Liberty wearing a headdress containing the word “Liberty” and a 13 star arc along the upper edge representing the original 13 colonies. The reverse side contains the image of an eagle perched on arrows and olive branches. ($5 & $2.50 Indian Head Gold coins also available).