1920-S Indian Head $10 Eagle vs. CRCI

The chart below enables you to see how the 1920-S Indian Head $10 eagle (in AU-50 grade) stacks up against the Collectors Rare Coin Index (abbreviated as CRCI).

The blue line represents the percentage increases/decreases of the 1920-S Indian Head $10 eagle. The red line is the percent fluctuations of the CRCI, calculated by the cumulative activity of all 100 coins tracked in the Index.

The percent scale on the left-hand side of the chart pertains to the blue and red lines. Both lines start in January 1990 at 100.00%.

For any of the 100 charted coins, compare its blue line to the red line to understand how it performed relative to the Index as a whole.

The $ dollar scale on the right-hand side makes it possible to study retail price variations of the 1920-S Indian Head $10 eagle over the same time period, as indicated by the gold color.

Interested in buying an example of the 1920-S Indian Head $10 eagle?  For your convenience, the eBay** preview directly below MAY show examples of this coin currently for sale, but THIS LINK does a more thorough search.

Hover over the chart to review the data in greater detail.

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If you’re thinking about purchasing a rare coin, eBay is certainly worth a look. For your convenience, the links from this site to eBay are coded to bring up only coins certified by PCGS and NGC.

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