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    1810 BD-4 Five Dollar, AU58
    Large Date, Large 5

    1810 $5 Large Date, Large 5, BD-4, R.2, AU58 NGC. Bass-Dannreuther Die State a/a. Devoid of cracks or clash marks. The 1810 Large Date, Large 5 half eagle is the most frequently encountered die pair for the issue. The estimated mintage is 90,000 coins, of which 500 to 750 pieces are believed extant. The lower obverse and upper reverse show incompleteness and file marks along the edges. Detail is good elsewhere, and frosty remaining luster glows from each yellow-gold side. Scattered abrasions are expected.

    Coin Index Numbers: (Variety PCGS# 507598, Base PCGS# 8108)

    Weight: 8.75 grams

    Metal: 91.67% Gold, 8.33% Copper


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