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1796 10C AU53 PCGS #4461

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

1839 10C No Drapery MS66 PCGS #4571

CAC. A stunning Premium Gem representing the second design modification to the Seated Liberty type, this piece has light champagne toning over frosty and brilliant surfaces with bright underlying mint luster. Small splashes of tan toning are evident on the slightly rotated reverse. Population: 11 in 66, 9 finer Fortin-106b

1912 10C MS67 PCGS #4860

MS 67 only 2 finer at MS 67+

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.

1807 10C AU53 PCGS #38770

1807 10C JR-1 AU53 PCGS. Only 6 Finer. Struck from a late die state, with a noticeable die bulge at ERT of LIBERTY and extensive die clashing on the obverse. The strike is diagnostically weak at the left obverse stars and on the reverse legend, although the hard-used dies held up remarkably well in their final use to strike 165,000 pieces. Light silver-gray surfaces show almond-gold toning at the margins and glimpses of remaining mint luster.

1807 10C AU53 PCGS #38770

1807 10C JR-1 AU53 PCGS. Only 6 Finer. Struck from a late die state, with a noticeable die bulge at ERT of LIBERTY and extensive die clashing on the obverse. The strike is diagnostically weak at the left obverse stars and on the reverse legend, although the hard-used dies held up remarkably well in their final use to strike 165,000 pieces. Light silver-gray surfaces show almond-gold toning at the margins and glimpses of remaining mint luster.

1807 10C AU53 PCGS #38770

1807 10C JR-1 AU53 PCGS. Only 6 Finer. Struck from a late die state, with a noticeable die bulge at ERT of LIBERTY and extensive die clashing on the obverse. The strike is diagnostically weak at the left obverse stars and on the reverse legend, although the hard-used dies held up remarkably well in their final use to strike 165,000 pieces. Light silver-gray surfaces show almond-gold toning at the margins and glimpses of remaining mint luster.

1807 10C AU53 PCGS #38770

1807 10C JR-1 AU53 PCGS. Only 6 Finer. Struck from a late die state, with a noticeable die bulge at ERT of LIBERTY and extensive die clashing on the obverse. The strike is diagnostically weak at the left obverse stars and on the reverse legend, although the hard-used dies held up remarkably well in their final use to strike 165,000 pieces. Light silver-gray surfaces show almond-gold toning at the margins and glimpses of remaining mint luster.

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.

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date AU58 PCGS #4561

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date, F-101b, R.2, AU58 PCGS. Dual radial cracks on the lower obverse, and the absence of clash marks on the reverse, confirm the intermediate die state for the Large Date variety. A satiny stone-white representative that has an even strike and few marks.

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date AU58 PCGS #4561

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date, F-101b, R.2, AU58 PCGS. Dual radial cracks on the lower obverse, and the absence of clash marks on the reverse, confirm the intermediate die state for the Large Date variety. A satiny stone-white representative that has an even strike and few marks.

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date AU58 PCGS #4561

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date, F-101b, R.2, AU58 PCGS. Dual radial cracks on the lower obverse, and the absence of clash marks on the reverse, confirm the intermediate die state for the Large Date variety. A satiny stone-white representative that has an even strike and few marks.

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date AU58 PCGS #4561

1837 10C No Stars, Large Date, F-101b, R.2, AU58 PCGS. Dual radial cracks on the lower obverse, and the absence of clash marks on the reverse, confirm the intermediate die state for the Large Date variety. A satiny stone-white representative that has an even strike and few marks.

1839 10C No Drapery MS66 PCGS #4571

CAC. A stunning Premium Gem representing the second design modification to the Seated Liberty type, this piece has light champagne toning over frosty and brilliant surfaces with bright underlying mint luster. Small splashes of tan toning are evident on the slightly rotated reverse. Population: 11 in 66, 9 finer Fortin-106b

1839 10C No Drapery MS66 PCGS #4571

CAC. A stunning Premium Gem representing the second design modification to the Seated Liberty type, this piece has light champagne toning over frosty and brilliant surfaces with bright underlying mint luster. Small splashes of tan toning are evident on the slightly rotated reverse. Population: 11 in 66, 9 finer Fortin-106b

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1883 10C MS67+ PCGS #4691

CAC. 2 examples of this coin exist in PCGS MS-67+, with just 3 finer in MS-68. While over 7.6 million were struck it is a conditional rarity. The obverse shows pleasant toning of an olive center and a rose/violet rim encompasing the legend and date. While the reverse has olive and gunmetal blue rim surrounding a steely silver center. This coin is a nice intersection of 2 of my top sets, the 1883 mint set and the dime type set,circulation strike. Fortin-113

1912 10C MS67 PCGS #4860

MS 67 only 2 finer at MS 67+

1912 10C MS67 PCGS #4860

MS 67 only 2 finer at MS 67+

1912 10C MS67 PCGS #4860

MS 67 only 2 finer at MS 67+

1912 10C MS67 PCGS #4860

MS 67 only 2 finer at MS 67+