1868 $10 Ten Dollar, Judd-663, Pollock-736, Low R.6, PR64 Cameo NGC. Believed to be a Longacre design, the obverse has a la...
Scarce Aluminum 1868 Ten Dollar, Judd-663, PR64 Cameo1868 $10 Ten Dollar, Judd-663, Pollock-736, Low R.6, PR64 Cameo NGC. Believed to be a Longacre design, the obverse has a large bust of Liberty facing left with thirteen stars around and the date below. The reverse has a small eagle with upraised wings as the central motif, the motto on a scroll in the field above, and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA/TEN D. at the margin. Struck in aluminum with a reeded edge. This pattern may be scarcer than its R.6 rating as the last one we have offered at public auction was in the 1999 ANA National Money Sale. This is a bright, deeply mirrored example that has starkly contrasting devices on each side. The surfaces are lightly hairlined (thus the non-Gem grade), and the only mark of consequence for pedigree purposes is a tiny planchet flake out of the reverse field below the N in UNITED. (PCGS# 60881)
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