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Jeff Garrett: This date is by far the most common branch-mint Indian Head $10 gold coin. Many were melted, but large numbers were exported to Europe and have been repatriated over the last few decades. Many seen have deep green gold colorations. There are quite a few known in MS 66, but surprisingly less than 10 have been certified as MS 67 and none at MS 68.
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