1907 $10 Wire Rim MS64 PCGS. Judd-1901, R.3....
Subtle Color and Bright Mint Luster
"Most 1907 Wire Edge Eagles are found with such outstanding strikes that their classification as Mint State coins and not as Proofs is sometimes contested. All examples known possess virtually the same appearance of strike overall.
"Although many examples have numerous abrasions and dings from rough handling over the past 100 years, there are many premium pieces that are remarkably well preserved and mark-free. All Indian Head Eagles of this variety display swirl-like die polishing marks in the fields that actually add brightness to the coins.
"The luster on these pieces is almost always extraordinary and is most often described as bright and heavily frosted.
"The natural coloration is a rich yellow-gold but there are also a number that can be found with a beautiful reddish patina."
This is a magnificent Wire Rim ten, one whose surfaces display the usual swirling die polishing marks and subtle reddish patina. There are no obvious or detracting marks on either side, giving the coin the appearance of an even higher grade.(Registry values: N7079) (NGC ID# 268B, PCGS# 8850)
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