Cuba 10 Peso Gold Coin

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The 1916 10 Peso Cuba Gold Coin, a brilliant uncirculated piece of history, is a testament to the rich and tumultuous past of the island nation. Struck by the United States Mint over a century ago, this coin represents a unique period in Cuban history, just over a decade after the formation of the independent Republic of Cuba. With its exceptional detail and enduring luster, this coin is a treasure for both investors and collectors, offering a tangible connection to the past and a valuable asset for the future.


Key features :

  • It arrives inside of a protective plastic flip, ensuring its preservation.
  • It was issued by the United States Mint, adding to its historical significance.
  • The coin was designed by Charles E. Barber, then-US Mint Chief Engraver.
  • It contains .4838 Troy oz of actual gold content in AU condition.
  • It bears a face value of 10 Peso from the government of Cuba.
  • The coin features a bust of Jose Marti on the obverse side and the Cuban coat of arms on the reverse side.


The 1916 Gold Cuba Coins symbolize a unique period in Cuban history. These coins were struck by the United States Mint on behalf of the newly formed Republic of Cuba, marking a significant moment in the nation’s journey towards independence. The coin’s design, crafted by Charles E. Barber, the then-US Mint Chief Engraver, further enhances its historical value.


The obverse side of the coin features a bust of Jose Marti, a dedicated Cuban patriot, poet, and philosopher who passionately advocated for the nationalist cause in Cuba during the final decade of Spanish colonial control. The portrait of Marti is accompanied by the Spanish inscription of the motto “Fatherland and Freedom,” as well as the identifying hallmarks of the coin, including its 90% gold content and 10% copper, denoted by the inscription 900.


On the reverse side, the national coat of arms for the Republic of Cuba is beautifully depicted. The seal includes a spade-shaped shield with three design fields within the shield and branches of oak and laurel framing the coat of arms, symbolizing strength and honor.


With its rich historical narrative encapsulated in every detail, the 1916 10 Peso Cuba Gold Coin is a tangible testament to a pivotal era. Its distinct design, crafted by a renowned engraver, and its brilliant uncirculated condition make it a standout in any collection or investment portfolio. This coin is not just a purchase, but an investment in a piece of history that continues to shine with enduring value.


US Mint

Precious Metal


Metal Content

0.4838 Troy Ounce


.900 Fine


10 Pesos


AU (Almost Uncirculated)


Charles E Barber


27 mm


2.20 mm



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