1838 $10 AU50 NGC....
First-Year 1838 Coronet Ten Dollar, AU501838 $10 AU50 NGC. The 1838 eagle issue marks the beginning of the Coronet design, as well as the rebirth of the nation's then-largest coinage denomination after its end in 1804. It has a distinct subtype feature seen only in the earliest Coronet eagles, in that Liberty's air sweeps in a suspended curl from the ear to the back of the hair bun. Lightly worn and softly struck, this pale yellow-gold example nonetheless has high eye appeal for the grade, though a line of shallow abrasions on the cheek renders the AU50 designation accurate. Census: 10 in 50, 19 finer (8/11).(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 262D, PCGS# 8575)
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