1860 $10 MS60 NGC....
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Tampa, FL 33602
1860 Ten Dollar, MS601860 $10 MS60 NGC. Six-fold or "bulging" bun subtype. The 1860 ten dollar, with a mintage of 15,105 pieces, is scarce in all grades and is usually found no better than XF. Mint State coins are seen infrequently, which is attested to by the population data; NGC and PCGS combined have certified only 13 Uncirculated examples. The present MS60 specimen displays bright apricot-gold surfaces, with the strongest luster apparent in the recessed areas. Numerous small contact marks are evenly scattered over each side, and help to define the grade. The design elements are well brought up, though minor softness is seen on the hair over Liberty's ear. Census: 3 in 60, 3 finer (10/10).
From The Las Vegas Collection, Part Two.(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 2644, PCGS# 8631)
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