1872-CC $10 XF45 NGC. A very attractive example of this elusive issue. The mintage halted after a mere 4,600 pieces were co...
Attractive High Grade 1872-CC Coronet Eagle1872-CC $10 XF45 NGC. A very attractive example of this elusive issue. The mintage halted after a mere 4,600 pieces were coined, and most circulated hard. Today the majority are in much lower grades than seen here. Note the quality of the surfaces, with no deep or distracting marks on Liberty's face or in the surrounding fields. Well struck on her curls and the eagle, with the reverse similarly bold. This is the doubled die reverse which can be seen on UNITED and the left wing of the eagle, one of two reverses used that year at the Carson City Mint. The color is an even satiny yellow-gold and we note scattered tiny dark flecks over the obverse and reverse. A worthy acquisition for the specialist to pursue. Population: 16 in 45, 14 finer (8/05).(#8664) (Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 2652, PCGS# 8664)
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