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1820 10C Small 0 MS62 PCGS #4493

1820 10C Medium 0, JR-7, R.2, MS62 PCGS. In our nomenclature, the JR-7 variety displays a Medium 0 in the date, while PCGS calls it a Small 0. The difference in size is hard to determine, and of little importance as long as the correct die marriage is specified. The present silver-gray example has smooth surfaces and a narrow streak of struck-in grease from Liberty's nose to star 5. (NGC ID# 236X, Variety PCGS# 38787, Base PCGS# 4493) Weight: 2.70 grams Metal: 89.24% Silver, 10.76% Copper

1881 10C MS66 PCGS #4689

PCGS MS66 Crossed to PCGS MS66 from NGC 4177981-002 MS67. Heritage Auctions Description: 1881 Seated Dime, MS67 Rarely Seen in This Remarkable Grade 1881 10C MS67 NGC. A tiny mintage of 24,000 coins makes the 1881 dime a better date in the Seated series, and Gerry Fortin rates the issue R.5 in Mint State. Coins can be located through mid-Uncirculated grades with some searching, but the 1881 is a major rarity in this remarkable grade. Each side of this Superb Gem is frosty and untoned. As usual, Liberty's head shows a touch of unimportant softness, but the remaining devices are boldly rendered. Census: 5 in 67 (1 in 67+), 1 finer (7/15).(Registry values: N1) (NGC ID# 23AU, PCGS# 4689)

1820 10C Small 0 MS62 PCGS #4493

1820 10C Medium 0, JR-7, R.2, MS62 PCGS. In our nomenclature, the JR-7 variety displays a Medium 0 in the date, while PCGS calls it a Small 0. The difference in size is hard to determine, and of little importance as long as the correct die marriage is specified. The present silver-gray example has smooth surfaces and a narrow streak of struck-in grease from Liberty's nose to star 5. (NGC ID# 236X, Variety PCGS# 38787, Base PCGS# 4493) Weight: 2.70 grams Metal: 89.24% Silver, 10.76% Copper

1820 10C Small 0 MS62 PCGS #4493

1820 10C Medium 0, JR-7, R.2, MS62 PCGS. In our nomenclature, the JR-7 variety displays a Medium 0 in the date, while PCGS calls it a Small 0. The difference in size is hard to determine, and of little importance as long as the correct die marriage is specified. The present silver-gray example has smooth surfaces and a narrow streak of struck-in grease from Liberty's nose to star 5. (NGC ID# 236X, Variety PCGS# 38787, Base PCGS# 4493) Weight: 2.70 grams Metal: 89.24% Silver, 10.76% Copper

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

PCGS MS62 Heritage Auctions Description: 1835 10C JR-2, R.4, MS62 PCGS. A die crack through the D in UNITED helps attribute this scarce JR-2 die variety. A lens reveals several other very delicate cracks along the reverse periphery. Brilliant and boldly struck with no remotely relevant marks. Luster is prevalent across the margins and motifs. (Variety PCGS# 38880, Base PCGS# 4527)

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

PCGS MS62 Heritage Auctions Description: 1835 10C JR-2, R.4, MS62 PCGS. A die crack through the D in UNITED helps attribute this scarce JR-2 die variety. A lens reveals several other very delicate cracks along the reverse periphery. Brilliant and boldly struck with no remotely relevant marks. Luster is prevalent across the margins and motifs. (Variety PCGS# 38880, Base PCGS# 4527)

1835 10C MS62 PCGS #4527

PCGS MS62 Heritage Auctions Description: 1835 10C JR-2, R.4, MS62 PCGS. A die crack through the D in UNITED helps attribute this scarce JR-2 die variety. A lens reveals several other very delicate cracks along the reverse periphery. Brilliant and boldly struck with no remotely relevant marks. Luster is prevalent across the margins and motifs. (Variety PCGS# 38880, Base PCGS# 4527)

1881 10C MS66 PCGS #4689

PCGS MS66 Crossed to PCGS MS66 from NGC 4177981-002 MS67. Heritage Auctions Description: 1881 Seated Dime, MS67 Rarely Seen in This Remarkable Grade 1881 10C MS67 NGC. A tiny mintage of 24,000 coins makes the 1881 dime a better date in the Seated series, and Gerry Fortin rates the issue R.5 in Mint State. Coins can be located through mid-Uncirculated grades with some searching, but the 1881 is a major rarity in this remarkable grade. Each side of this Superb Gem is frosty and untoned. As usual, Liberty's head shows a touch of unimportant softness, but the remaining devices are boldly rendered. Census: 5 in 67 (1 in 67+), 1 finer (7/15).(Registry values: N1) (NGC ID# 23AU, PCGS# 4689)

1881 10C MS66 PCGS #4689

PCGS MS66 Crossed to PCGS MS66 from NGC 4177981-002 MS67. Heritage Auctions Description: 1881 Seated Dime, MS67 Rarely Seen in This Remarkable Grade 1881 10C MS67 NGC. A tiny mintage of 24,000 coins makes the 1881 dime a better date in the Seated series, and Gerry Fortin rates the issue R.5 in Mint State. Coins can be located through mid-Uncirculated grades with some searching, but the 1881 is a major rarity in this remarkable grade. Each side of this Superb Gem is frosty and untoned. As usual, Liberty's head shows a touch of unimportant softness, but the remaining devices are boldly rendered. Census: 5 in 67 (1 in 67+), 1 finer (7/15).(Registry values: N1) (NGC ID# 23AU, PCGS# 4689)

1881 10C MS66 PCGS #4689

PCGS MS66 Crossed to PCGS MS66 from NGC 4177981-002 MS67. Heritage Auctions Description: 1881 Seated Dime, MS67 Rarely Seen in This Remarkable Grade 1881 10C MS67 NGC. A tiny mintage of 24,000 coins makes the 1881 dime a better date in the Seated series, and Gerry Fortin rates the issue R.5 in Mint State. Coins can be located through mid-Uncirculated grades with some searching, but the 1881 is a major rarity in this remarkable grade. Each side of this Superb Gem is frosty and untoned. As usual, Liberty's head shows a touch of unimportant softness, but the remaining devices are boldly rendered. Census: 5 in 67 (1 in 67+), 1 finer (7/15).(Registry values: N1) (NGC ID# 23AU, PCGS# 4689)

1910 10C MS65 PCGS #4854

PCGS MS65 CAC

1910 10C MS65 PCGS #4854

PCGS MS65 CAC

1910 10C MS65 PCGS #4854

PCGS MS65 CAC

1944 10C MS66 PCGS #5050

PCGS MS66

1944 10C MS66 PCGS #5050

PCGS MS66

1944 10C MS66 PCGS #5050

PCGS MS66