1899-S $10 Liberty PCGS MS64 CAC


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If you’re in the market for a stunning piece of pre-1933 gold, look no further. This 1899-S $10 Liberty Eagle is PCGS graded MS64 and comes with the additional benefit of CAC designation. Considered one of the most beautiful coins every produced, this 1899 $10 Liberty was minted at the San Francisco Mint.

  •  This coin is comprised of 90% Gold, 10% Copper
  • Obverse: the obverse shows princess facing left she has a headband with the words LIBERTY engraved on it. Her hair is pinned up in a bun with pearls. There are thirteen stars surrounding the coin which stand for the thirteen colonies. The year is engraved at the bottom of the coin.
  • Reverse: the reverse shows an eagle with a shield on its chest. A banner is above the eagle with the words IN GOD WE TRUST engraved on it. The words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA are engraved around the coin with the denomination of 10 D ($10 dollars)
  • San Francisco Mint mark

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