1913-S Indian Eagle, MS62
1913-S $10 MS62 PCGS. Only 66,000 Indian eagles were struck
at the San Francisco Mint in 1913, an extremely low mintage for a
20th century coin. As a result, the 1913-S is the second-rarest
Indian eagle in high grade, following only the 1911-D. This
attractive MS62 example exhibits well-detailed design elements,
with just a touch of softness on the hair and headdress feathers.
The surfaces display dark orange-gold patina, with a few traces of
lilac. Slightly granular frosty mint luster brightens both sides.
The surfaces show remarkably few surface marks for the grade.
Population: 46 in 62 (1 in 62+), 41 finer (3/13).(Registry
values: N4719) (NGC ID# 28GZ, PCGS# 8874)
Underrated Low-Mintage Issue
Weight: 16.72 grams
Metal: 90% Gold, 10% Copper
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