||1906-D $10 MS63+ NGC. CAC. Besides being from the first year of operation at the Denver Mint, the 1906-D eagle, with a mintage of nearly 1 million coins, also survives in numbers large enough to be considered for type representation. This bright, yellow-gold example boasts radiant cartwheel luster and well-defined design elements. A number of minor disturbances in the luster, primarily on the obverse, contribute to the technical grade, though none are definably significant, and the eye appeal is only minimally affected. An excellent representative for the branch mint type specialist. Ex: Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society.
Realized $1010.50. Description courtesy of Heritage Auctions.