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Appealing XF 1852 Wass Molitor Ten, K-4
Showing Many Obverse Die Cracks

1852 $10 Wass Molitor Ten Dollar, Large Head, Wide Date XF40 PCGS. K-4, R.5. The reverse lacks the bisecting die crack sometimes seen, and yet the obverse die appears quite close to failure, with several interesting cracks. Two heavy ones intersect at star 1, one running along the bust truncation, the second downward to the rim, while at least seven other cracks appear near the obverse peripheries. The greenish-gold surfaces are attractive and "dished" toward the obverse, as always, so that the reverse appears to have more wear (and/or a weaker strike) than the obverse. This lustrous golden-orange piece has a lot of appeal, despite the wear and strike difficulty. Listed on page 372 of the 2010 Guide Book. Population: 27 in 40, 55 finer (4/10). (NGC ID# 33ZM, PCGS# 10348)

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June, 2010
2nd-6th Wednesday-Sunday
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