COIN OF THE WEEK
1910 $5 Indian, PCGS MS65
Top of the quality line Gem! The $5 Indian is one of the eight major U.S. gold type coins. In Gem condition, it is the rarest of the eight types. They were minted between 1908 and 1929 and most dates are quite rare in MS65 or better condition. For the 1910, in 32 years PCGS has just graded 24 examples MS65 with just three graded higher - so this jewel is one of the finest known for the date. It’s surfaces are clean and mark-free. The strike is 100% full. The luster is bright and rich. This is a Gem in every way!
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