Scarce and Always Popular Inverted Date 1865-S Ten Dollar1865-S $10 VF30 NGC. Inverted Date. One of the most numismatically interesting blunders in U.S. numismatics, the first three digits of the date were first entered upside-down, the error was then detected, and the four-digit date was then punched over it rather than effacing the mispunching. Evenly worn over the highpoints of the design, the reddish-gold surfaces are original and problem-free with deep, charcoal-gray patina surrounding the devices.
From the Richard Genaitis Collection. (NGC ID# 264G, PCGS# 8642)
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