Tag Archive for: $10 Liberty/No Motto

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Coin 392 – 1839/8. Large letters $10 Liberty/No Motto NGC Proof 67 Ultra Cameo

Coin Number 392 Another stellar gold eagle from the Tyrant Collection is the majestic superb gem proof 1839/8. This is the finest of just three known examples, at least tying if not topping the quality of the coin in the National Numismatic…
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Coin 393 – 1839/8. Type of 1838 $10 Liberty/No Motto PCGS MS-64

Coin Number 393 This is one of the most elegant designs of 20th Century that was briefly adopted for our coinage. This was one of the masterpieces by talented engraver Christian Gobrecht (who did the famed 1836 silver dollars). For this is…
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Coin 394 – 1854 $10 Liberty/No Motto PCGS MS-64

Coin Number 394 This could be the finest known example of this date, and is likely undergraded in its current old green holder. The luster is especially satiny with bright yellow gold with a hint of green. The strike is bold on all the stars,…
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Coin 395 – 1857 $10 Liberty/No Motto NGC Proof 66 Cameo

Coin Number 395 This is the only Proof known of this date, and what a gem! The Cameo contrast is strong here, with perfectly smooth mirror fields upon which the heavily frosted devices seem to float above. The strike is precise and full, with…
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Coin 396 – 1858 $10 Liberty/No Motto PCGS MS-64+

Coin Number 396 This is one of the key dates to the series with a tiny mintage of 2,521 pieces. This one is far and away the finest known of perhaps 40 to 50 pieces in all. John Dannreuther notes the history behind this coin as follows from…
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1863 $10 Liberty. NGC MS-62

Cert # 5060950-002 Coin Number 104 This is one of the key date rarities and most famous of the Civil War rarities from the Liberty Head eagle series. Only 1,248 were struck, and perhaps 30 to 40 survive today. This issue is so rare that Proofs…
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1863-S $10 Liberty. NGC MS-61

Cert # 451683-003 Coin Number 105 This is one of just two known mint state examples of this date. Only 10,000 were struck for the year, and from that number perhaps 45-50 are known today. Most are in grades of VF to EF. This one shows a bold…
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1864 $10 Liberty. PCGS Proof 64 Cameo

Cert #98800 5971342 Coin Number 106 Here is another fantastic near gem proof with exceptional eye appeal and deep cameo contrast. Only 14 to 16 are known today from a mintage of 50 or so in proof. Many were likely spent or melted as the Civil…
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1864 $10 Liberty. NGC MS-63

Cert # 5060950-017 Coin Number 107 This is one of the really tough dates to find at all, and here is the finest known! The total mintage of 3,530 pieces was reduced by time and attrition to approximately 40 to 45 pieces today. This one escaped…
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1864-S $10 Liberty. PCGS EF-45

Cert #8640 7424898 Coin Number 108 This is the second rarest date and mint of the entire gold eagle series from 1795 to 1933. The mintage crawled up and halted at 2,500 pieces. These were released into the channels of commerce in the San…