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CNG 111, Lot: 1009. Estimate $10000.

1858-S Coronet Eagle – $10. NGC AU 58. (1744539-003). NGC “Top Pop” – one of 11 at this grade at NGC. One of the great dates in the $10 Liberty head series is the 1858-S. There are reportedly 60 to 80 known examples in all grades. Neither NGC nor PCGS have graded a single coin in mint state. The PCGS price guide stops at AU-55. This AU58 example is clearly among the finest surviving examples for the issue.

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CNG 111, Lot: 1009.
Closing Date And Time: May 29, 2019 at 3:36:20 PM ET.
Current Date And Time: May 21, 2019 at 8:39:19 PM ET.
Currently: $9000. High Bidder River. Bidders (3).

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