1877-CC $10 AU53 PCGS....
Honey-Orange AU53 1877-CC Ten Dollar1877-CC $10 AU53 PCGS. After a temporary peak in ten dollar gold production at Carson City that took place in 1874, the denomination took a nosedive. In 1877, for example, production amounted to just 3,332 pieces, and it should come as no surprise that the date is a rarity today in AU condition. This AU53 example would have a place on Rusty Goe's census of the date from 2003, a census that has evolved amazingly little since that time.
The present piece is a still-lustrous honey-orange representative, softly struck on the devices and a few stars but decently detailed. Wear is minor and mostly on the high points, and while scattered abrasions contribute to the grade, they have little impact on the overall eye appeal. Population: 5 in 53, 3 finer (2/11).(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 265G, PCGS# 8678)
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