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1910-S $5 Indian MS64 PCGS CAC
The San Francisco Mint struck 770,200 half eagles in 1910, a respectable total for the Indian series. However, nearly all survivors show heavy marks and grade no better than MS62 or MS63. Even in those grades, examples are elusive. A combined population of 545 PCGS certified submissions have received MS60 to MS63 grades, and just 32 examples have been certified in finer grades.
This is a well struck example with lovely reddish-gold patina. Attractive frosted surfaces and well defined mintmark.
We are please to offer this extraordinary 1910-S $5 Indian MS64 PCGS CAC, an exceptionally scarce coin boasting a low population of only 21.
With its pristine condition and coveted PCGS CAC certification, this remarkable piece holds immense value. Non-CAC examples have a PCGS Retail value of $40,000. However, we are delighted to offer you the chance to acquire this coveted treasure at an exclusive price of only $35,000.
An opportunity to enhance your collection with a true numismatic masterpiece. Act swiftly, for opportunities like this seldom arise. Contact us today to reserve this near GEM example today!
Offered at $35,000