1907 $10 No Periods MS67 PCGS....
Fortunately for the legions of first-year-of-type collectors, the generous mintage, amounting to nearly a quarter-million coins, along with good production standards for new coinage, has led to the survival of some remarkable examples. Garrett and Guth note that the Smithsonian Institution example is an incredible MS69 piece, one plated in their 2006 reference.
This is simply an extraordinary coin by any measure of aesthetic quality as it relates to coins, whether in terms of luster, strike, color, surfaces, or eye appeal. Thick cartwheel luster endows both sides. The impeccable strike has raised the most delicate details on the headdress and the eagle's plumage. The color is a wonderful, variegated orange-gold and greenish-gold. The surfaces, under a loupe, fail to reveal the most abstruse distraction. And finally, the combination of all of those criteria produces that most elusive and indefinable quality, eye appeal, in spades. This piece is one of only five examples of the issue certified in MS67 at PCGS, and there is a single MS68 certified finer (6/08).
For the entire No Motto type, PCGS has certified nine pieces in MS67, with the single aforementioned 1907 No Motto in MS68 finer.(Registry values: N7079) (NGC ID# 28GF, PCGS# 8852)
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