1865 $10 Ten Dollar, Judd-450, Pollock-522, High R.6, PR65 Brown NGC. A "transitional" pattern that pairs the regular obver...
1865 'Transitional' With Motto Ten Dollar in Copper, Judd-4501865 $10 Ten Dollar, Judd-450, Pollock-522, High R.6, PR65 Brown NGC. A "transitional" pattern that pairs the regular obverse die and the 1866 reverse die with the motto above the eagle. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. According to the USPatterns.com website: "These are believed to have been struck in 1865 although they may also have been restruck in the early 1870s. The first appearance of this design was in the April 1870 auction by John Haseltine of coins from the Idler collection." This piece displays deep, electric blue patina over most of each side with several reddish-brown patches around the reverse periphery. A flashy proof striking. (PCGS# 60637)
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