1876-CC $10 XF45 NGC....
Choice XF 1876-CC Ten Dollar1876-CC $10 XF45 NGC. In 1876, Carson City bullion depositors undoubtedly preferred the double eagle denomination, which was more convenient for bank reserves and foreign trade. The 1876-CC twenty has a mintage of 138,441 pieces, nearly 30 times greater than the 1876-CC eagle production of 4,696 pieces. As a result, the 1876-CC ten is rare, unlike the double eagle, which is collectible in grades as high as MS62. This orange-tinged eagle is pleasantly unabraded. The issue has a reputation for mushy central strikes, but the present piece limits any softness to the fletchings and the hair near the ear. Census: 31 in 45, 32 finer (5/08).
From the Fern E. Wagner Trust.(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 265D, PCGS# 8675)
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