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    1863 Ten Dollar Pattern, PR65 Brown
    Judd-350, Pollock-422

    1863 $10 Ten Dollar, Judd-350, Pollock-422, R.6, PR65 Brown PCGS. The designs are the same as the issued 1863 ten dollar piece, except that GOD OUR TRUST is placed on a scroll in the upper reverse field. Struck in copper with a reeded edge, then bronzed at the Mint, to give the coin a finish similar to that seen on 19th century bronze U.S. Mint medals. USPatterns.com quotes George Eckfeldt's journal, "Nov 17th 1863. Struck 20 sets of copper 10 dollar pieces God is our trust." A fully struck mahogany-brown specimen with infrequent minor carbon. Housed in a green label holder. Population: 1 in 65 Red and Brown, 0 finer (10/15).

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29G5, PCGS# 70512)


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    December, 2015
    3rd-6th Thursday-Sunday
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