1827 10C MS66 NGC. JR-5, R.3. When the Mint resumed striking dimes after a one year hiatus, it coined enough 1827's (1,215,...
Sharply Defined Gem 1827 JR-5 Capped Bust Dime1827 10C MS66 NGC. JR-5, R.3. When the Mint resumed striking dimes after a one year hiatus, it coined enough 1827's (1,215,000 pieces) to establish the single year open collar dime production record. Nine obverse and ten reverse dies were used to strike the 13 varieties that comprised this record mintage. The variety of the lot offered here is confirmed by the very high date, and the double denticle over the U of UNITED. The brilliant centers are framed by a narrow ring of cobalt-blue and russet toning. The design elements are sharply impressed, though some of the star centers are soft, as are a couple of Liberty's curls. Lustrous surfaces are remarkably well preserved, with no mentionable marks to report. Census: 5 in 66, 2 finer (4/06).(Registry values: N7079) (NGC ID# 2375, PCGS# 4504)
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