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    Select Uncirculated 1801 Ten Dollar

    1801 $10 Eagle MS 63 (MS 63 Lightly Cleaned) ACG. B. 1-A. One must be careful when using a term such as "common date" when referring to a coin such as this. While the 1801 is the most frequently encountered date in the 1795-1804 series, it could never be considered "common" in mint condition, let alone MS 63. It is true that the green-gold surfaces are bright from cleaning, but the fields have a semi-reflective sheen (more than just the effects of cleaning) and each side is remarkably free from abrasions on the central devices. The design elements are intricately detailed with especially strong definition on the peripheral stars and the eagle's breast.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2627, PCGS# 8564)

    Weight: 17.50 grams

    Metal: 91.67% Gold, 8.33% Copper


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2001
    5th-6th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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