1910-S $10 MS (PCGS# 8867)

The June 2012 Baltimore Auction

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1910-S Indian Eagle. MS-64 (PCGS). An impressively lustrous specimen with the overall appearance of a coin that is strictly top-notch for the grade. Bold orange-gold surfaces are alive with splashes of orange and rose iridescence, all adding immeasurably to the outstanding in-hand appeal. While more than two dozen grading <em>events </em>have occurred for this scarcity at MS-64, we suspect some number of those may be resubmissions. The <em>Red Book </em>value for this date in MS-63, the highest grade listed,&nbsp;takes a leap upward by a factor of more than seven times that of the MS-60 listing. In MS-64, its rarity is well-appreciated by those "in the know" in the Indian eagle series. Undeniably choice for the assigned grade, and a coin that holds up well to close-in scrutiny.<br /> <br /> <strong>Numismatic Reflections by Q. David Bowers<br /> </strong>This is another ideal coin, a scarce mintmark variety in relatively high grade, with nice eye appeal, and yet priced significantly below what a higher grade coin would sell for. As such it is ideal for a high level collection of 1907-1933 Indian eagles.<br /> <div><br /> </div>
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