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    1870 Ten Cent in Copper
    Judd-834, PR66 Red

    1870 10C Ten Cents, Judd-834, Pollock-924, High R.6, PR66 Red PCGS. CAC. Ex: Simpson. The William Barber obverse depicts a seated figure of Liberty facing left and supporting a shield in her right hand with an olive branch in her left. A free-standing liberty pole is present behind the shield. The reverse is from a regular issue Seated dime reverse die. Struck in copper with a plain edge. One of about a dozen known, this PR66 Red example is the sole finest at PCGS (5/21). Magnificent copper-orange surfaces are beautifully preserved and eye-appealing. High-end for the grade.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 29VA, PCGS# 81078)


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