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1914 $10 Indian. NGC Proof 67

Cert # 1633721-001 Coin Number 307 This is one of the finest of only 50 Proofs struck this year. None are finer at PCGS and only a single coin is noted above this one at NGC. Rich matte proof surfaces with super clean surfaces and unending…
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1914 $10 Indian. PCGS MS-66+ CAC Approved.

Cert #8875 85165709 Coin Number 308 PCGS has only graded 6 this high and 3 finer of this date. Glorious mint luster and a bold strike are present. The surfaces are exceptionally clean. Were it not for a couple of tiny scuffs, this one would…
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1914-D $10 Indian. NGC MS-67

Cert # 163781-007 Coin Number 309 This is tied with the finest seen of this date and mint, with 7 reported at NGC and 4 at PCGS at this grade level. All of them are exceptional gems and anyone would be astute to obtain one of these. Here…
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1914-S $10 Indian. PCGS MS-66

Cert #8877 7416869 Coin Number 310 This is the sole and finest example of this date and mint graded by PCGS. The only MS-66 and its from the Kutasi Collection. Glorious greenish luster on both sides, with just a few tiny signs of handling.…
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1915 $10 Indian. NGC Proof 67

Cert # 1727697-004 Coin Number 311 This is a truly wonderful example of this low mintage Proof issue. Only 75 pieces were struck as demand for these Matte Proof coins never found strong public support. Today around 40 to 45 are known, and…
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1915 $10 Indian. NGC MS-67

Cert # 1654393-004 Coin Number 312 Gorgeous quality and rich greenish orange swaths of luster dance when held under a light. The obverse is really superb, with just visual perfection on the obverse, the reverse has a couple of trivial ticks,…
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1915-S $10 Indian. PCGS MS-66

Cert #8879 82424243 Coin Number 313 A splendid gem which offers exceptionally clean surfaces and rich golden luster with a touch of green. There are just four graded this high (all PCGS), and two coins finer in the PCGS and NGC population…
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1916-S $10 Indian. PCGS MS-67

Cert #8880 27399406 Coin Number 314 This is one of the two finest known examples of this date and mint. The luster is exceptionally bright and fresh, with yellow and orange gold intermixed. The strike is sharp as expected. What separates…
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1920-S $10 Indian. PCGS MS-65

Cert #8881 90017761 Coin Number 315 This is a date and mint that never comes sharply struck. Survivors from the original mintage are scarce, with only 130 to 145 pieces around, the majority are circulated. Here is one the four finest seen…
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1926 $10 Indian. NGC MS-66. Star

Cert # 1853068-002 Coin Number 316 This is one of the most plentiful dates of the series, but here is one of the finest seen by the grading services. A solid MS-66 with swirling mint luster and unending eye appeal. The strike is sharp and…