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    1867 Ten Dollar, Unc Sharpness
    Seldom Seen in Any Grade

    1867 $10 -- Improperly Cleaned -- NGC Details. Unc. The 1867 eagle is a rare coin in all grades, boasting a low mintage of only 3,090 pieces, and is prohibitively rare in Mint State, with just three examples so-graded at NGC and PCGS combined. This representative is unworn, though light cleaning precludes a numeric grade from NGC. The strike is sharp and the fields display substantial semiprooflike mirroring amid bright yellow-gold hues. Some light, scattered abrasions are are present, but not overly distracting.(Registry values: N7079)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 264L, PCGS# 8651)

    Weight: 16.72 grams

    Metal: 90% Gold, 10% Copper

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    Auction Dates
    Jan-Feb, 2015
    29th-1st Thursday-Sunday
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