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    1870 Standard Silver 10 Cents, PR64
    Judd-825, Silver, Reeded Edge

    1870 10C Standard Silver Ten Cents, Judd-825, Pollock-915, Low R.7, PR64 PCGS. A left-facing seated Liberty holds a shield at her right side and an olive branch in her left hand. A scroll inscribed with LIBERTY flows across the shield, and a crudely fashioned cap and pole are suspended in the background. UNITED STATES / OF AMERICA occupies the periphery with the date on the exergue. On the reverse 10 / CENTS is within an open wreath of cotton and corn, tied with a bow at the bottom. STANDARD in small letters is centered above the wreath. The reverse rim is unusually wide. Struck in silver with a reeded edge. Crisply struck and essentially brilliant with good field reflectivity. A small spot is noted at 12 o'clock and a dark fleck on the right obverse field is accompanied by trivial hairlines.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29V2, PCGS# 61069)


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    July, 2013
    11th-14th Thursday-Sunday
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