PCGS Auction Prices
1906-D Barber Dime. MS-66+ (PCGS). CAC.
Original Lot at Stack's Bowers
||November 2017 Baltimore U.S. Coins Auction
||1906-D Barber Dime. MS-66+ (PCGS). CAC.
Richly toned in vivid and varied colors, this exquisite Gem also sports full striking detail and smooth, billowy, satin-textured luster. Some four million dimes were struck at the newly opened Denver Mint in 1906 making this an easily obtainable issue for numismatists, even at Uncirculated levels of preservation. However, collecting by mint mark was still in its infancy and while a fair number were saved as the first of their kind, not enough were preserved at the very highest grade levels, making this a notable condition rarity in premium Gem and Superb Gem Mint State. Advanced type collectors seeking one of the finest examples of the Denver Mint's premier dime issue, Barber enthusiasts and Registry Set Collectors would do well to make note of this example and bid accordingly as the wait for another equally impressive specimen may be a long wait indeed.
PCGS# 4839. NGC ID: 23EY.
PCGS Population: 2; 4 finer (MS-67+ finest).
Provenance: From the Frog Run Farm Collection.