appleseed's Coin Album

1941 10C MS66FB PCGS #5029

Obverse is frosty and sharp with no obvious defects. Reverse is frosty and sharp. Full bands are indeed evident. A couple of small faint spots (?) evident under the "AM" in AMERICA and next to the "E" in ONE, but they do not detract from the overall appearance of the coin.

1941 10C MS66FB PCGS #5029

Obverse is frosty and sharp with no obvious defects. Reverse is frosty and sharp. Full bands are indeed evident. A couple of small faint spots (?) evident under the "AM" in AMERICA and next to the "E" in ONE, but they do not detract from the overall appearance of the coin.

1943 10C MS65 PCGS #5044

Frosty obverse. Frosty reverse with slight toning from the U in "United" to the E in "One" extending almost to the middle banding on the fasces.

1943 10C MS65 PCGS #5044

Frosty obverse. Frosty reverse with slight toning from the U in "United" to the E in "One" extending almost to the middle banding on the fasces.

1945 10C MS66 PCGS #5056

Frosty obverse; in hand there is no mark to the left of Liberty's nose, as the picture shows. Reverse is frosty with a small dark dot under the "A" in "AMERICA". Definitely not FB, but FB is quite expensive in this date.

1945 10C MS66 PCGS #5056

Frosty obverse; in hand there is no mark to the left of Liberty's nose, as the picture shows. Reverse is frosty with a small dark dot under the "A" in "AMERICA". Definitely not FB, but FB is quite expensive in this date.