1897 10C AU58 PCGS # 4812

Light obverse toning with a charcol like influence turning to sea green. The reverse is rather ordinary with the exception of the mint luster. A strong stirke with an unfortunates hit below Liberty's eye yest still an attractive coin. Total PCGS A...

1897-O 10C N1 PCGS # 4813

This coin is nearly impossible to locate in AU. PCGS has graded it "Genuine" because of questionable toning, which I would respectfully disagree. I attribute the toning to climate, keeping in mind that many of the O mint dimes are not attractive. ...

1897-O 10C N1 PCGS # 4813

This coin is nearly impossible to locate in AU. PCGS has graded it "Genuine" because of questionable toning, which I would respectfully disagree. I attribute the toning to climate, keeping in mind that many of the O mint dimes are not attractive. ...

1897-O 10C AU55 PCGS # 4813

This coin is nearly impossible to locate in AU as evidenced by the nearly two and a half years it took to locate. This example was located by Glenn Holsonbake at a fifty table show in Southern California. Glenn found it while looking at another dea...

1897-O 10C AU55 PCGS # 4813

This coin is nearly impossible to locate in AU as evidenced by the nearly two and a half years it took to locate. This example was located by Glenn Holsonbake at a fifty table show in Southern California. Glenn found it while looking at another dea...

1897-S 10C AU55 PCGS # 4814

This would be one of those mystery coins. The obverse has a cloudy gun metal blue toning, while the reverse is stunning, with gold turning to orange to rust at the rims. The 97-S is more limited in terms of of supply, but the 97-O has much more dem...
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