The Mormon 1849 $10 Gold is one of the rarest of the territorial gold issues. They were stuck with gold from the California gold rush brought back to Utah by Mormon miners in the form of gold dust. Brigham Young established a mint to turn the gold dust into gold coins.
At an auction in April 2014, a specimen sold for $705,0000.
Obverse: Open eye with a crown above, HOLINESS TO THE LORD
Reverse: Two hands clasped, 1849 below, PURE GOLD, TEN DOLLAR
Diameter: 28 mm
Material: 24k gold plated lead-free fine pewter
Made in the USA
Packaged in a coin collecting flip with printed description on insert.