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    1863 Ten-Dollar, Judd-350, Pollock-422, R.6, PR 60 Gilt. Struck from the regular dies on the obverse and married with a reverse featuring the GOD OUR TRUST motto above the eagle. Struck in copper and then gilt with a reeded edge. The gilt was probably applied in modern times. The surfaces appear dull from the gilt but there are only minor flaws, such as a couple of scratches below the eagle's right (facing) claw, but these are greatly subdued in effect by the layer of gold.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29G7, PCGS# 60512)

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    August, 1995
    16th-19th Wednesday-Saturday
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