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1907 marked the beginning of the renaissance in American numismatics. Theodore Roosevelt worked directly with Augustus Saint Gaudens to redesign circulating coinages. This Indian head design, actually is a depiction of Lady Liberty with a native American headdress, was originally intended for the Double Eagle. Today the $10 Indian (as it is now called) is one of America's most popular series, and remains one of the most iconic and beautiful designs in all of numismatics. The present exquisite piece is virtually flawless and would be nearly impossible to improve upon. PCGS shows just 8 finer on its census, and MS67s bring three times the price.
|PCGS Coin Number||8852|
|Grade Add On||NONE|
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