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    1869 Ten Dollar in Aluminum
    Judd-782, PR66 Deep Cameo

    1869 $10 Ten Dollar, Judd-782, Pollock-867, High R.7, PR66 Deep Cameo PCGS. Ex: Simpson. Even though traditionally described as die trials strikings, these pieces were undoubtedly struck by the Mint for sale as part of complete off-metal sets. Struck in aluminum with a reeded edge. All examples are very scarce to unique. About a half dozen copper strikes are known, along with another half dozen in aluminum. A single piece was struck in nickel. This is another exceptional aluminum pattern from the Simpson Collection. The fields display the depth of mirrored reflectivity one expects from this metal, and the devices are heavily frosted; thus, the Deep Cameo designation. Near-flawless preservation.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29U5, PCGS# 961014)


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