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    Condition Census 1825 JR-5 Dime, MS64
    The Early Dime Book Plate Coin

    1825 10C MS64 PCGS. JR-5, High R.4. The rarest die marriage of the date, attributed by star 7 pointing to the top of the forecurl, the U in PLURIBUS below the final S in STATES, I in the motto under the space between TE in STATES, and ERI joined at bases. This piece is clearly in the Condition Census for the variety, possibly as high as second finest known. Soft golden-tan patina is slightly deeper on the reverse, and the design elements are well impressed. Nicely preserved, lustrous surfaces reveal just a couple of unobtrusive marks. Population for the date: 11 in 64, 7 finer (3/09).
    Ex: Auction '80 (Stack's, 8/1980), lot 1138; Allen F. Lovejoy (Stack's, 10/1990), lot 74.(Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 2374, PCGS# 4503)

    Weight: 2.70 grams

    Metal: 89.24% Silver, 10.76% Copper


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