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1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1828 1/2C 13 Stars MS64BN PCGS #1147

18 finer in PCGS, 30 overall.

1802 1C AU53BN PCGS #1470

A medium brown cent with glimpses of lighter mahogany toning. Marks are trivial save for wispy field abrasions near the hair ribbon

1802 1C AU53BN PCGS #1470

A medium brown cent with glimpses of lighter mahogany toning. Marks are trivial save for wispy field abrasions near the hair ribbon

1802 1C AU53BN PCGS #1470

A medium brown cent with glimpses of lighter mahogany toning. Marks are trivial save for wispy field abrasions near the hair ribbon

1814 1C Plain 4 AU50BN PCGS #1576

CAC. This is a high grade example with much underlying glossy luster still evident beneath golden-brown and gunmetal surfaces. Well struck overall and only lightly abraded.Ex: Ramont (2/1995), Jules Reiver Collection (Heritage, 1/2006)(as NGC AU55)

1814 1C Plain 4 AU50BN PCGS #1576

CAC. This is a high grade example with much underlying glossy luster still evident beneath golden-brown and gunmetal surfaces. Well struck overall and only lightly abraded.Ex: Ramont (2/1995), Jules Reiver Collection (Heritage, 1/2006)(as NGC AU55)

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1859 1C MS65 PCGS #2052

Razor-sharp definition shows on the feather tips and diamonds and the lightly toned surfaces of this attractive Gem show only the most insignificant signs of contact. PCGS has graded 27 numerically finer examples

1866 5C Rays MS63 PCGS #3790

DDO &RPD FS-05-1866-102

1866 5C Rays MS63 PCGS #3790

DDO &RPD FS-05-1866-102

1883 5C Shield MS64 PCGS #3813

FS-305 overdate

1883 5C Shield MS64 PCGS #3813

FS-305 overdate

1941-D 5C MS66+ FS PCGS #84011

Full Steps

1941-D 5C MS66+ FS PCGS #84011

Full Steps

1941-D 5C MS66+ FS PCGS #84011

Full Steps

1941-D 5C MS66+ FS PCGS #84011

Full Steps

1943-D 5C MS66FS PCGS #84020

Full Steps Silver "War Nickel"

1943-D 5C MS66FS PCGS #84020

Full Steps Silver "War Nickel"

1853 3CS MS64 PCGS #3667

type I

1853 3CS MS64 PCGS #3667

type I

1853 3CS MS64 PCGS #3667

type I

1853 3CS MS64 PCGS #3667

type I

1861 3CS MS65 PCGS #3679

Type III

1861 3CS MS65 PCGS #3679

Type III

1834 H10C AU55 PCGS #4281

Logan-McCloskey 2 variety. (LM-2)

1834 H10C AU55 PCGS #4281

Logan-McCloskey 2 variety. (LM-2)

1796 10C AU53 PCGS #4461

JR-6; R5.3;A Mintage of 22,135; only 253 certified. 98 finer.

1796 10C AU53 PCGS #4461

JR-6; R5.3;A Mintage of 22,135; only 253 certified. 98 finer.

1796 10C AU53 PCGS #4461

JR-6; R5.3;A Mintage of 22,135; only 253 certified. 98 finer.

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

JR-9. The 83 in the date are repunched. This sharply struck and lustrous representative has a brilliant obverse. The reverse displays light olive-green and lavender shades.

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

JR-9. The 83 in the date are repunched. This sharply struck and lustrous representative has a brilliant obverse. The reverse displays light olive-green and lavender shades.

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

JR-9. The 83 in the date are repunched. This sharply struck and lustrous representative has a brilliant obverse. The reverse displays light olive-green and lavender shades.

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

JR-9. The 83 in the date are repunched. This sharply struck and lustrous representative has a brilliant obverse. The reverse displays light olive-green and lavender shades.

1840-O 25C No Drapery MS62 PCGS #5393

Briggs 2-B, Flynn RPD-002. The 0 in the date is repunched south. This MS62 No Drapery quarter has ivory-gray surfaces with specks of gunmetal coloring near the borders. Softly lustrous and fairly sharp for an early O-mint product. Population: 8 in 62, 8 finer

1840-O 25C No Drapery MS62 PCGS #5393

Briggs 2-B, Flynn RPD-002. The 0 in the date is repunched south. This MS62 No Drapery quarter has ivory-gray surfaces with specks of gunmetal coloring near the borders. Softly lustrous and fairly sharp for an early O-mint product. Population: 8 in 62, 8 finer

1840-O 25C No Drapery MS62 PCGS #5393

Briggs 2-B, Flynn RPD-002. The 0 in the date is repunched south. This MS62 No Drapery quarter has ivory-gray surfaces with specks of gunmetal coloring near the borders. Softly lustrous and fairly sharp for an early O-mint product. Population: 8 in 62, 8 finer

1840-O 25C No Drapery MS62 PCGS #5393

Briggs 2-B, Flynn RPD-002. The 0 in the date is repunched south. This MS62 No Drapery quarter has ivory-gray surfaces with specks of gunmetal coloring near the borders. Softly lustrous and fairly sharp for an early O-mint product. Population: 8 in 62, 8 finer

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1862 25C MS64 PCGS #5456

CAC. Light wheat-gold patina blankets this frosty Civil War near-Gem. The stars, Liberty's head, and the lower portion of the eagle are sharply impressed. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 46 in 64, 22 finer.

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1855 25C Arrows MS64 PCGS #5435

Briggs 1-A, showing a die break from the lower left rear of the arrow to the 1 in the date, and die scratches on the reverse above TAT and ME. A curious and interesting example of this type issue, struck from dies that appear to have been axially misaligned, creating a sharp strike at areas near the rims on each side and notable weakness in other peripheral areas. The weakest area of strike on the obverse is 9 to 12 o'clock, and on the reverse 6 to 9. Attractive sandy-gold luster with deeper rose color and a patch of pale blue complement the overall good eye appeal and decent preservation. Population: 18 in 64, 11 finer

1883 25C XF40 PCGS #5515

Mintage: 14,400; From The College Collection

1883 25C XF40 PCGS #5515

Mintage: 14,400; From The College Collection

1873 25C Arrows MS63 PCGS #5491

Briggs-Unlisted. Although one of the more plentiful With Motto, With Arrows quarter dollar issues, the 1873 Arrows is nonetheless elusive in high-end Mint State. This collectible Select example displays original satin luster beneath deep olive-gray and gold toning. Several obverse stars are weakly struck. The variety is unlisted in the Briggs reference. The obverse die is the same one used for proof coinage (Briggs Obverse 5), but the reverse is unknown. Population: 25 in 63, 59 finer

1873 25C Arrows MS63 PCGS #5491

Briggs-Unlisted. Although one of the more plentiful With Motto, With Arrows quarter dollar issues, the 1873 Arrows is nonetheless elusive in high-end Mint State. This collectible Select example displays original satin luster beneath deep olive-gray and gold toning. Several obverse stars are weakly struck. The variety is unlisted in the Briggs reference. The obverse die is the same one used for proof coinage (Briggs Obverse 5), but the reverse is unknown. Population: 25 in 63, 59 finer

1873 25C Arrows MS63 PCGS #5491

Briggs-Unlisted. Although one of the more plentiful With Motto, With Arrows quarter dollar issues, the 1873 Arrows is nonetheless elusive in high-end Mint State. This collectible Select example displays original satin luster beneath deep olive-gray and gold toning. Several obverse stars are weakly struck. The variety is unlisted in the Briggs reference. The obverse die is the same one used for proof coinage (Briggs Obverse 5), but the reverse is unknown. Population: 25 in 63, 59 finer

1873 25C Arrows MS63 PCGS #5491

Briggs-Unlisted. Although one of the more plentiful With Motto, With Arrows quarter dollar issues, the 1873 Arrows is nonetheless elusive in high-end Mint State. This collectible Select example displays original satin luster beneath deep olive-gray and gold toning. Several obverse stars are weakly struck. The variety is unlisted in the Briggs reference. The obverse die is the same one used for proof coinage (Briggs Obverse 5), but the reverse is unknown. Population: 25 in 63, 59 finer

1873 25C Arrows MS63 PCGS #5491

Briggs-Unlisted. Although one of the more plentiful With Motto, With Arrows quarter dollar issues, the 1873 Arrows is nonetheless elusive in high-end Mint State. This collectible Select example displays original satin luster beneath deep olive-gray and gold toning. Several obverse stars are weakly struck. The variety is unlisted in the Briggs reference. The obverse die is the same one used for proof coinage (Briggs Obverse 5), but the reverse is unknown. Population: 25 in 63, 59 finer

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1917 25C Type 1 MS63FH PCGS #5707

Well struck choice full head example. Possibly undergraded?

1838 50C MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1838 50C MS62 PCGS #6177

A luminous and richly toned example from the first year of the HALF DOL. reverse subtype. Apricot, peach, rose-violet, and blue hues mingle on each side, and a streak of deep toning descends from the word OF to the eagle's right (facing) wing

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS #6947

1859-O $1 MS60 PCGS. An undeniably Mint State example, this 1859-O Seated Liberty dollar displays fresh, frosty devices set against mirrored fields that show just a touch of light golden toning. Well-struck, with scattered abrasions pursuant to the grade. Housed in a first generation holder.One or more bags of 1859-O and 1860-O Seated silver dollars remained in Treasury vaults until they were released a little over 50 years ago. Today, most low level Mint State examples of these two issues are from that source. This brilliant silver example is likely one of those coins, featuring reflective fields and scattered grade-consistent surface marks

1870 $1 MS60 PCGS #6963

WE and STATES are nicely die doubled, one of the few DDR varieties overlooked by Kevin Flynn in his recently published reference to the series. Brilliant and appealing for the designated grade. The strike shows minor softness on portions of the eagle and the right-side stars. Housed in an old green label holder.

1870 $1 MS60 PCGS #6963

WE and STATES are nicely die doubled, one of the few DDR varieties overlooked by Kevin Flynn in his recently published reference to the series. Brilliant and appealing for the designated grade. The strike shows minor softness on portions of the eagle and the right-side stars. Housed in an old green label holder.

1870 $1 MS60 PCGS #6963

WE and STATES are nicely die doubled, one of the few DDR varieties overlooked by Kevin Flynn in his recently published reference to the series. Brilliant and appealing for the designated grade. The strike shows minor softness on portions of the eagle and the right-side stars. Housed in an old green label holder.

1853 G$1 AU58 PCGS #7521

Type 1

1853 G$1 AU58 PCGS #7521

Type 1

1853 G$1 AU58 PCGS #7521

Type 1

1853 G$1 AU58 PCGS #7521

Type 1

1883 G$1 MS65 PCGS #7584

10800 minted. 682 PCGS certified, 83 in MS 65. Coinfacts- 65 or better R-5.8

1883 G$1 MS65 PCGS #7584

10800 minted. 682 PCGS certified, 83 in MS 65. Coinfacts- 65 or better R-5.8

1883 G$1 MS65 PCGS #7584

10800 minted. 682 PCGS certified, 83 in MS 65. Coinfacts- 65 or better R-5.8

1883 G$1 MS65 PCGS #7584

10800 minted. 682 PCGS certified, 83 in MS 65. Coinfacts- 65 or better R-5.8

1839-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7701

A historically significant gold coin, the first gold coin struck in New Orleans, the only Classic Head type to be struck there, and the only quarter eagle to have the New Orleans mint mark on the obverse. A true collector grade piece showing olive-green gold patina. The reverse is rotated 180 degrees (Medal Alignment). Breen 6153 low date. Survival estimates at 400 total in all grades.

1839-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7701

A historically significant gold coin, the first gold coin struck in New Orleans, the only Classic Head type to be struck there, and the only quarter eagle to have the New Orleans mint mark on the obverse. A true collector grade piece showing olive-green gold patina. The reverse is rotated 180 degrees (Medal Alignment). Breen 6153 low date. Survival estimates at 400 total in all grades.

1839-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7701

A historically significant gold coin, the first gold coin struck in New Orleans, the only Classic Head type to be struck there, and the only quarter eagle to have the New Orleans mint mark on the obverse. A true collector grade piece showing olive-green gold patina. The reverse is rotated 180 degrees (Medal Alignment). Breen 6153 low date. Survival estimates at 400 total in all grades.

1839-O $2.50 VF30 PCGS #7701

A historically significant gold coin, the first gold coin struck in New Orleans, the only Classic Head type to be struck there, and the only quarter eagle to have the New Orleans mint mark on the obverse. A true collector grade piece showing olive-green gold patina. The reverse is rotated 180 degrees (Medal Alignment). Breen 6153 low date. Survival estimates at 400 total in all grades.

1856-O $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7780

Variety 2. Only ~125 surviving coins. 87 PCGS graded total, 22 finer. Sheldon Breen R-4, PCGS R-7.7

1856-O $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7780

Variety 2. Only ~125 surviving coins. 87 PCGS graded total, 22 finer. Sheldon Breen R-4, PCGS R-7.7

1856-O $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7780

Variety 2. Only ~125 surviving coins. 87 PCGS graded total, 22 finer. Sheldon Breen R-4, PCGS R-7.7

1856-O $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7780

Variety 2. Only ~125 surviving coins. 87 PCGS graded total, 22 finer. Sheldon Breen R-4, PCGS R-7.7

1856-O $2.50 AU53 PCGS #7780

Variety 2. Only ~125 surviving coins. 87 PCGS graded total, 22 finer. Sheldon Breen R-4, PCGS R-7.7

1883 $3 AU55 PCGS #8005

My rarest coin owned by mintage. Just 900 minted, and 146 cert. Although it is estimated 650 survive. This date is one of only three in the series that has an official mintage of less than 1,000 business strikes.

1883 $3 AU55 PCGS #8005

My rarest coin owned by mintage. Just 900 minted, and 146 cert. Although it is estimated 650 survive. This date is one of only three in the series that has an official mintage of less than 1,000 business strikes.

1834 $5 Classic, Plain 4 XF45 PCGS #8171

First year of issue for Classic Head Half Eagle

1834 $5 Classic, Plain 4 XF45 PCGS #8171

First year of issue for Classic Head Half Eagle

1834 $5 Classic, Plain 4 XF45 PCGS #8171

First year of issue for Classic Head Half Eagle

1834 $5 Classic, Plain 4 XF45 PCGS #8171

First year of issue for Classic Head Half Eagle

1842 $10 Small Date AU55 PCGS #8585

Only 8 finer. Mintage of 18,623 but possibly only 75 survive. PCGS R-8.2. Appealing khaki gold color, with an extremely bold strike. In his classic reference David Akers wrote of this date: “rare in any condition, and when available, the typical specimen grades VF or EF...Almost Uncirculated examples are extremely rare and i have never personally examined a strictly uncirculated specimen.”

1842 $10 Small Date AU55 PCGS #8585

Only 8 finer. Mintage of 18,623 but possibly only 75 survive. PCGS R-8.2. Appealing khaki gold color, with an extremely bold strike. In his classic reference David Akers wrote of this date: “rare in any condition, and when available, the typical specimen grades VF or EF...Almost Uncirculated examples are extremely rare and i have never personally examined a strictly uncirculated specimen.”

1842 $10 Small Date AU55 PCGS #8585

Only 8 finer. Mintage of 18,623 but possibly only 75 survive. PCGS R-8.2. Appealing khaki gold color, with an extremely bold strike. In his classic reference David Akers wrote of this date: “rare in any condition, and when available, the typical specimen grades VF or EF...Almost Uncirculated examples are extremely rare and i have never personally examined a strictly uncirculated specimen.”

1842 $10 Small Date AU55 PCGS #8585

Only 8 finer. Mintage of 18,623 but possibly only 75 survive. PCGS R-8.2. Appealing khaki gold color, with an extremely bold strike. In his classic reference David Akers wrote of this date: “rare in any condition, and when available, the typical specimen grades VF or EF...Almost Uncirculated examples are extremely rare and i have never personally examined a strictly uncirculated specimen.”

1883-CC $10 AU55 PCGS #8700

R-6.4 Variety 2-C. With a mintage of only 12,000 pieces, the 1883-CC ten is scarce in all grades and extremely rare in Mint State, with most such pieces showing heavy abrasions. This Choice AU representative is a more affordable alternative. The fields have light chatter but are nonetheless deeply reflective, and the design elements show trivial wear. Bright yellow-gold color blankets each side. Population: 12 in 55, 13 finer. Survival estimate 283, PCGS certified 163

1883-CC $10 AU55 PCGS #8700

R-6.4 Variety 2-C. With a mintage of only 12,000 pieces, the 1883-CC ten is scarce in all grades and extremely rare in Mint State, with most such pieces showing heavy abrasions. This Choice AU representative is a more affordable alternative. The fields have light chatter but are nonetheless deeply reflective, and the design elements show trivial wear. Bright yellow-gold color blankets each side. Population: 12 in 55, 13 finer. Survival estimate 283, PCGS certified 163

1883-CC $10 AU55 PCGS #8700

R-6.4 Variety 2-C. With a mintage of only 12,000 pieces, the 1883-CC ten is scarce in all grades and extremely rare in Mint State, with most such pieces showing heavy abrasions. This Choice AU representative is a more affordable alternative. The fields have light chatter but are nonetheless deeply reflective, and the design elements show trivial wear. Bright yellow-gold color blankets each side. Population: 12 in 55, 13 finer. Survival estimate 283, PCGS certified 163

1883-CC $10 AU55 PCGS #8700

R-6.4 Variety 2-C. With a mintage of only 12,000 pieces, the 1883-CC ten is scarce in all grades and extremely rare in Mint State, with most such pieces showing heavy abrasions. This Choice AU representative is a more affordable alternative. The fields have light chatter but are nonetheless deeply reflective, and the design elements show trivial wear. Bright yellow-gold color blankets each side. Population: 12 in 55, 13 finer. Survival estimate 283, PCGS certified 163

1912-S $10 AU58 PCGS #8872

Exceptional eye appeal, great luster. CAC

1912-S $10 AU58 PCGS #8872

Exceptional eye appeal, great luster. CAC

1912-S $10 AU58 PCGS #8872

Exceptional eye appeal, great luster. CAC

1912-S $10 AU58 PCGS #8872

Exceptional eye appeal, great luster. CAC