$10 1912 PCGS MS65+
We easily rank this coin as a “headlight” and classify it as being VERY high end as well. It certainly is closer to MS66 then to being a regular MS65! You can easily see this coins full booming luster from across the room. When you inspect the surfaces are delighted to see only a few tiny and widely scattered hidden ticks. Its a myth that $10 Indians come clean. Both sides are an original beaming deep yellow gold with a splash of pale pink. There are NO spots or discolorations on the high points. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do stand out. The eye appeal is super fantastic! PCGS 30, NGC 58, CAC 15. This is the only MS65+ graded. PCGS actually has graded 10 in MS66-and if you found a PCGS CAC piece it would cost you close to $30,000.00! The last PCGS MS65 CAC to sell in auction brought $15,275.00. We just do not see quality like this offered any more.