H10C 1867 PCGS MS-65
ULTRA HIGH END AND THEN SOME! PCGS is so afraid of die clash marks they can never grade coins right that have them. The obverse of this coin is loaded with clashes. Look beyond the Mint made lines, and you will see velvety smooth and ultra clean surfaces. There even is some traces of semi-prooflike mirrors. Both sides have a beautiful coating of totally original pewter/violet/olive/golden brown/blue/rose colors. Miss Liberty and the details could not be any sharper struck. The eye appeal is amazing. It is housed in an older green tag holder. We think its so cool to be able to have a 140 year old coin that has survived in the same condition that it left the bank in. This isn’t just a coin, its a historical piece of art! These are so undervalued too. PCGS 8, NGC 11. PCGS has possibly graded 7 coins higher.