1910 $2 1/2 PR66 NGC. The proof mintage for the 1910 ...
Impressive 1910 Quarter Eagle, PR66 NGC1910 $2 1/2 PR66 NGC. The proof mintage for the 1910 quarter eagle is officially listed as 682 pieces. Many quarter eagle specialists, however, consider this to be incorrect, perhaps the result of a typographical error. It is thought that the original mintage figure was somewhere in the area of 175 to 200. Of these, an estimated 75 to 90 coins exist today. The 1910 issue continues the Roman Gold or Satin Finish proofing process for gold proofs as begun the previous year, this being a brighter variant of the matte proofing process. The present example is a bright yellow-gold with pale green undertones on the obverse, with a similar reverse that shows some deeper orange hues. The design elements are well impressed, and the surfaces impeccably preserved, with no apparent blemishes. Population: 28 in 66, 9 finer (7/04).(#7959) (Registry values: N7079) (NGC ID# 289J, PCGS# 7959)
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