||1910-D $10 MS65 NGC. Despite being heavily melted in the mid-1930s, the 1910-D eagle is by far the most plentiful branch mint issue in the Indian Head series, ideal for the type collector seeking to stray from the perceived commonality of the more popular Philadelphia issues. Still, examples grading finer than the Gem level are scarce, with NGC having certified only 47 such coins (8/14). This piece displays satiny honey-gold luster and is nearly void of detectable surface flaws. The motifs are well-defined throughout, and the eye appeal is similarly high. Ex: Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society.
Realized $5875.00. Description courtesy of Heritage Auctions.