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1872 10C Seated Liberty Dime PR65 PCGS
Scrumptious! Deeply Mirrored fields are obvious beneath the rich vivid toning on this beauty. Obverse and reverse alike are toned in rainbow patterns of sapphire blue, ruby red, violet, and amber. Gorgeous toning and exceptional proof striking.
1883 10C Seated Liberty Dime PR64Cameo PCGS/CAC
CAC stickered for quality and originality. This piece shows the viewer glittering mirrors and nicely frosted devices. Extant from a mintage of just 1,039 proofs. This little jewel looks gem indeed!
1889 10C Seated Liberty Dime PR64 PCGS/CAC
The obverse glitters with soft amber mirrors and it is surrounded by electric blue at the rims. The reverse is stunningly toned in the same electric blue throughout. A spectacular little jewel that is nice for the grade.
1894 10C Barber Dime PR65 Cameo PCGS
White and sparkling with crystal clear mirrors and nice frosty devices. Very nice for the grade.
1899 10C Barber Dime PR65+ Cameo PCGS/CAC 2
CAC certified for quality and originality. This sweet little Barber dime is a MONSTER! WOW color that instantly attracts the viewer. In addition it is graded PR65+ BUT could certainly grade higher in our opinion. We are of the opinion that this coin is
1906 10C Barber Dime PR65 NGC/CAC
CAC stickered for originality and quality! Silver mirrors are stunning...the ring of vibrant gold toning at the rim of both sides is remarkably eye-catching. Nice surfaces for the grade.
1917-D 10C Mercury Dime MS64FB PCGS
An original toned beauty, showing hues of cobalt blue and caramel at the peripheries. Full Band definition, and only a few tiny abrasions have limited the grade. The luster is satinlike and the overall look is gemmy.
1942-D 10C Mercury Dime MS67+ PCGS/CAC
CAC Certified for quality and originality...oh so close to MS68. Vibrant orange, amber, and magenta toning grace the obverse as the reverse is brilliant and bold silver patina. Very nice indeed.
1949-S 10C Roosevelt Dime MS67+ PCGS
POP 5 with 4 finer at PCGS, and oh so close to MS68! The neon green and yellow on the obverse make a gorgeous portrait and the reverse is white with forest green at the rims.
1952-S 10C Roosevelt Dime MS67+ PCGS
POP 6 with a mere 4 finer at PCGS...and the eye-appeal is extraordinary. This coin is on fire with brilliant burgundy, orange, yellow and forest green toning. Must be seen!
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