Tag Archive for: $10 Capped Bust

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Coin 389 – 1795. 13 leaves below eagle. BD-4. Taraszka-4 $10 Capped Bust PCGS MS-66+

Coin Number 389 Here is probably one of the most important surviving early coins of the United States of America. First off it is the highest denomination our newly formed Philadelphia Mint was authorized to strike. By this denomination, other…
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Coin 390 – 1799. Large obverse stars. BD-9. Taraszka-21 $10 Capped Bust PCGS MS-65

Coin Number 390 A monumental gem that offers rich radiant mint frost and dazzling luster. The surfaces are virtually pristine with so few signs of handling and are free of all but the most minute nicks or ticks. The strike is generally sharp,…
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1799 $10 Capped Bust. Large obverse stars. PCGS MS-65

Cert #8562 9798422 Coin Number 21 A monumental gem that offers rich radiant mint frost and dazzling luster. The surfaces are virtually pristine with so few signs of handling and are free of all but the most minute nicks or ticks. The strike…
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1803 $10 Capped Bust. Small reverse stars. NGC AU-50

Cert # 1276954-001 Coin Number 27 This is a rare die paring which pairs the always seen obverse die with a new reverse, this one with right foot of the E of STATES over the cloud, and the star just touching the upper part of the eagle's beak.…
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1803 $10 Capped Bust. Small reverse stars. NGC MS-63

Cert # 1716046-022 Coin Number 28 We continue with the varieties with the Small Reverse stars with this delightfully choice coin. The surfaces are bathed in frosty luster and the strike is generally sharp. There are a trace of light adjustment…
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1803 $10 Capped Bust. Small reverse stars. NGC MS-64

Cert # 593323-009 Coin Number 29 This is a tough die marriage which is rarely seen at all with a survival estimate of 25 to 30 pieces in all. This one is absolutely fantastic, with near gem quality surfaces, booming visual appeal and a bold…
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1803 $10 Capped Bust. Extra star. NGC MS-63

Cert # 1722648-001 Coin Number 30 Here again, the workhorse obverse die is mated with yet another new reverse die, the fifth of the year so far. On this reverse, the engraver used much larger stars above the eagle, employing a bolder punch…
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1804 $10 Capped Bust. NGC MS-63

Cert # 555489-002 Coin Number 31 One of the toughest dates of the Capped Bust eagles to find at all, the 1804 marks the final year of gold eagle production (as recorded) until 1838. This is one of the nicer examples to survive to today, tied…
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1803 $10 Capped Bust. PCGS MS-61

Cert # 36674560 Coin Number 32 This is one of the two rarest die pairings of the year, with a scant 6 to 10 known in all. It is likely that the present coin is one of, if not the finest known. Curiously this same reverse die was used to…
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1804 $10 Capped Bust. Plain 4. PCGS Proof 64 Cameo

Cert #8570 21594252 Coin Number 33 The first Proof eagle is the incredible 1804 from the King of Siam set. It grades Proof-64 Cameo and is one of just three or possibly four Proof examples known. This coin offers stunning mirror fields and…