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The 1902 proof ten has an original mintage of 113 pieces, but no more than 30-35 are believed extant today as recognizable proof strikings. Curiously, even with this very low survival rate the 1902 is one of the most available proof issues of the Liberty ten dollar type--which points out the rarity of these pieces in any date or grade.
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