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1845 $5 AU58 PCGS #8223

No Motto. 16 in AU 58, 47 finer.

1845 $5 AU58 PCGS #8223

No Motto. 16 in AU 58, 47 finer.

1845 $5 AU58 PCGS #8223

No Motto. 16 in AU 58, 47 finer.

1845 $5 AU58 PCGS #8223

No Motto. 16 in AU 58, 47 finer.

1894 $5 MS64 PCGS #8387

With Motto. Only 7 finer at PCGS. While examples of this Philadelphia five are generally available up to the MS63 level, Choice coins are notably scarce and full Gems are rare. This near-Gem coin displays natural medium-gold coloration and frosty luster befitting its elusive high grade. Population: 42 in 64.

1894 $5 MS64 PCGS #8387

With Motto. Only 7 finer at PCGS. While examples of this Philadelphia five are generally available up to the MS63 level, Choice coins are notably scarce and full Gems are rare. This near-Gem coin displays natural medium-gold coloration and frosty luster befitting its elusive high grade. Population: 42 in 64.

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 $10 MS63 PCGS #8699

Only 8 finer. Eagle production at the Philadelphia Mint declined to just 208,000 coins in 1883 (down from more than 2.3 million pieces in 1882), and survivors are proportionately elusive in high grade. This Select example is well-struck and displays frosty wheat-gold luster, with prairie-gold hues around the peripheries.

1883 $10 MS63 PCGS #8699

Only 8 finer. Eagle production at the Philadelphia Mint declined to just 208,000 coins in 1883 (down from more than 2.3 million pieces in 1882), and survivors are proportionately elusive in high grade. This Select example is well-struck and displays frosty wheat-gold luster, with prairie-gold hues around the peripheries.

1883 $10 MS63 PCGS #8699

Only 8 finer. Eagle production at the Philadelphia Mint declined to just 208,000 coins in 1883 (down from more than 2.3 million pieces in 1882), and survivors are proportionately elusive in high grade. This Select example is well-struck and displays frosty wheat-gold luster, with prairie-gold hues around the peripheries.

1883 $10 MS63 PCGS #8699

Only 8 finer. Eagle production at the Philadelphia Mint declined to just 208,000 coins in 1883 (down from more than 2.3 million pieces in 1882), and survivors are proportionately elusive in high grade. This Select example is well-struck and displays frosty wheat-gold luster, with prairie-gold hues around the peripheries.