The Indian Head eagle was a $10 gold piece or eagle struck by the United States Mint continuously from 1907 until 1916, and then irregularly until 1933. The obverse and reverse were designed by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, originally commissioned for use on other denominations. He was suffering …
Saint-Gaudens's 1905 inaugural medal reverse contains a standing eagle similar to the one on the $10 piece.
Saint-Gaudens's model of the Liberty design for the cent. Roosevelt insisted on adding a man's Indian feather headdress.
A metal model for the double eagle by Saint-Gaudens; the design was adapted for the eagle
Mint Director George E. Roberts (shown on his Mint medal, designed by Barber) left office on July 31, 1907.