EastonCollection's Coin Album

1811/09 10C MS63 PCGS #4487

JR-1, Ex Roger Solomon. Beautiful colorful toning - very late die state showing off many die cracks. Weakness on reverse - This coin shows off the challenges the mint faced way back then.

1811/09 10C MS64+ PCGS #38772

JR-1, Underrated coin that is very difficult to locate in nice condition. The die breaks on the reverse makes 1811/9 dimes interesting to study and to study the operating conditions of the inner works of the US mint at that time. CAC

1814 10C Small Date AU55 PCGS #4489

JR-1, very difficult variety to locate

1814 10C Small Date MS64 PCGS #4489

JR- 1. very difficult coin to locate. very nice original toning with original skin showing underneath toning.

1814 10C STATESOF MS62 PCGS #4490

JR-5 - very high on originality and eye appeal - the plate coin in the New Bust Dime book! There exist 3 NGC coins in higher grade that I passed on as I preferred the look of this one.

1820 10C STATESOF MS64 PCGS #38778

JR-1, Nice original toning, crossed from a ngc65. Expected to have crossed to a 65 IMHO!

1820 10C Large 0 MS64 PCGS #4492

JR-2, Office Boy reverse. Very attractive original toning desiring of a higher grade. CAC

1820 10C Small 0 MS64 PCGS #38782

JR-2, Rarity - 3. Nick named "Office Boy Reverse" due to its amateurish engraving errors on the reverse. Wonderful original toning desiring of a higher grade. CAC.

1821 10C Large Date MS62 PCGS #4496

JR-7, R2 - A Rock Star! Aquablue toned with mirror prooflike surfaces on front & back. Check out the centering mark on the center of the obverse. BTW - I do have a pcgs64 but I prefer to include my rock star in this set CAC

1821 10C Large Date MS64+ PCGS #38796

JR-6- This is one of the flashiest and gorgeously toned Capped Bust dime out there. Formerly from the Stickney's, James Stack's Koshkarian and Pogue's cabinets. The eye appeal is off the charts! CAC.

1822 10C AU55 PCGS #4497

Ex. Bensen. Goldberg's 2/02 lot 469. JR-1

1823/2 10C Small Es MS64+ PCGS #4498

JR-1, Ex Eliasberg, Experts believe this coin is nicer than the Garrett, Bareford, Robinson and Norweb's speciman. Original skin CAC - a WOW coin!

1824/2 10C MS65 PCGS #4502

JR-1. Ex Eliasberg, CAC Fabulous coin- This is my personal favorite date and the finest 1824 that I every saw of this semi key date. Very under-rated date. IMHO - this is a very special coin.

1827 10C MS66 PCGS #38818

JR-8, Ex Eliasberg. Rarity 4. This is the finest known 1827 business strike that exists of all varieties. This coin has very reflective or proof like surfaces that shows off a beautiful orange glow. A WOW coin and amazing that such a coin exists! CAC

1828 10C Large Date MS63 PCGS #4506

JR-2, The variety is a real sleeper. This is one of the toughest varieties to locate especially in mint state! Personally, it harder to locate than the 1809 IMHO!

1828 10C Small Date MS65+ PCGS #38826

JR-1 -An extremely reflective dime with some believing the coin could be a specimen or very early strike. CAC

1829 10C Small 10C MS64+ PCGS #4511

JR-7, Rarity 1. CAC.

1829 10C Medium 10C MS66 PCGS #38838

JR-12 Ex Oliver Jung and Pogue. CAC.

1829 10C Large 10C MS62 PCGS #38839

JR-1, this is either the finest or second finest known in the census. A toughie to find in mint state.

1829 10C Sm/Lg 10C MS64 PCGS #396250

JR-9, Rarity 4. There are only 3 known mint state JR-9s that exists -Two are graded 64 and the highest graded 64+. The one in this set was found residing in a holder graded 65 not attributed.

1829 10C Curl Base 2 F15 PCGS #38836

Ex. Davis collection, FS-301, JR-10- very tough coin - original and nice surfaces, CAC

1830/29 10C AU58 PCGS #38847

Ex Lovejoy. Stack's 10/90 lot 109, JR-4 Described as follows Brilliant Uncirculated, slightly soft at eagle's head and partially reflective surfaces under russet toning

1830/29 10C MS67 PCGS #38848

JR-5 - Ex James Stacks. I got more congrats from my friends than any other coin, when acquired - its that amazing. CAC

1832 10C MS66 PCGS #4521

JR-3, Ex. Lovejoy. CAC - Finest known for the variety.

1833 10C MS64 PCGS #4522

JR-9, CAC

1834 10C Large 4 MS64 PCGS #4526

JR-5 - Broken 4 variety

1834 10C Large 4 MS67 PCGS #4526

JR-1, CAC This coin is one of most magnificent bust dimes that exist, The toning is gorgeous with very prooflike surfaces on obverse and reverse. Previously, this coin was graded 68 by NGC.

1835 10C MS65+ PCGS #4527

JR-5, CAC

1836 10C MS65+ PCGS #4528

jR-3, CAC ex. Bareford pedigree. Imagine going to the US Mint in 1836 and handpicking a dime and preserving it for all these years - this coin would fit that description.

1809 10C AU58 PCGS #4486

Ex Eliasberg/Clapp, Bower's May 1996 lot#1056, JR-1, CAC

1809 10C MS64 PCGS #4486

Ex. Pittman/Gardner -JR-1, CAC This is a very special coin that has wonderful toning and its originality can be traced back to the Barney Bluestone auction in 1947!

1809 10C MS64 PCGS #4486

Ex. Pittman/Gardner -JR-1, CAC This is a very special coin that has wonderful toning and its originality can be traced back to the Barney Bluestone auction in 1947!

1814 10C Large Date MS64 PCGS #4488

Ex Benson. Goldberg's 2/02 lot 462, JR-2 CAC - Gorgeous steel blue & deep grey toning w great luster. Huge die bulge on ERICA. One of the top 1814 that I've seen!

1814 10C STATESOF AU55 PCGS #4490

JR-5, Very well struck. The only higher PCGS graded coins are AU58 and my preference is my 55.

1820 10C Large 0 MS63 PCGS #4492

Great looking toned dime, CAC

1820 10C Large 0 MS63 PCGS #4492

Great looking toned dime, CAC

1820 10C Small 0 MS64 PCGS #38782

JR-2, office boy reverse

1820 10C Small 0 MS64 PCGS #38782

JR-2, office boy reverse

1821 10C Small Date MS64 PCGS #94496

Ex. Lovejoy, Oct 1990, lot 59. where it was described as a very choice proof or presentation piece - JR-9 - extremely well struck and obverse is fully proooflike - fabulous eye appeal!

1821 10C Small Date MS64 PCGS #94496

Ex. Lovejoy, Oct 1990, lot 59. where it was described as a very choice proof or presentation piece - JR-9 - extremely well struck and obverse is fully proooflike - fabulous eye appeal!

1825 10C MS65+ PCGS #4503

JR-1,R4, 1825 are very difficult to locate that are originally toned and well struck. This one has deep red blue toning thats 100% original. Early die state example. CAC

1825 10C MS65+ PCGS #4503

JR-1,R4, 1825 are very difficult to locate that are originally toned and well struck. This one has deep red blue toning thats 100% original. Early die state example. CAC

1828 10C Large Date AU55 PCGS #4506

JR-2, Very tough variety.

1828 10C Large Date AU55 PCGS #4506

JR-2, Very tough variety.

1828 10C Large Date AU55 PCGS #4506

JR-2, Very tough variety.

1829 10C Large 10C MS66 PCGS #94511

JR-2, CAC ex Gardner, very high on eye appeal and attractive toning with very pleasing surface quality - possible upgrade to a 67!

1829 10C Large 10C MS66 PCGS #94511

JR-2, CAC ex Gardner, very high on eye appeal and attractive toning with very pleasing surface quality - possible upgrade to a 67!

1830 10C Medium 10C MS65 PCGS #4516

JR-7, Rarity 4. Gold CAC rattler holder. Many believe that this coin grades 66+ or possibly 67. However, its fun to keep this coin in its original holder.

1831 10C MS66 PCGS #4520

JR-5, CAC. Ex. Flanagan. Magnificent example that I feel is undergraded by a point of two. This example is a late die state that shows off the reverse cud above the "UNI". This is the finest example that shows off the reverse cud.

1831 10C MS66 PCGS #4520

JR-5, CAC. Ex. Flanagan. Magnificent example that I feel is undergraded by a point of two. This example is a late die state that shows off the reverse cud above the "UNI". This is the finest example that shows off the reverse cud.

1832 10C MS64 PCGS #4521

JR-2 - excellent strike CAC

1832 10C MS64 PCGS #4521

JR-2 - excellent strike CAC

1832 10C MS66 PCGS #4521

JR-3, Ex. Lovejoy. CAC - Finest known for the variety.

1835 10C MS64 PCGS #4527

JR-1, CAC

1835 10C MS64 PCGS #4527

JR-1, CAC