1886 $10 MS63 PCGS....
Noteworthy Select 1886 Eagle1886 $10 MS63 PCGS. After large mintages at the beginning of the decade, the Philadelphia Mint began reducing its eagle production in 1883. This process continued until fewer than 5,000 pieces were struck in 1889. The 1886 is scarce in all grades, and when found is generally in AU58 to MS62 condition. This well struck example displays deep peach and powder-blue toning. Small abrasions are scattered but never distracting. Population: 29 in 63, 6 finer (6/11).
Ex: Denver Signature (Heritage, 8/2006), lot 2013, which realized $4,025.(Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 266F, PCGS# 8708)
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|Auction 1212, Lot 4663||Friday, December 5, 2014||MS63||PCGS||$475.00|
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