In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to redesign the entire American coinage. In failing health, Saint-Gaudens was able to complete work for just two denominations, the $10 and $20, both of which were first struck in 1907.
His $10 design bore on the obverse a female wearing an Indian war bonnet, said to have been taken from the portrait of his mistress, Davida Clark. The reverse of the Indian $10 piece depicted an eagle perched on a branch.
PCGS graded serial number 8865.63/34721082