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Jeff Garrett: The 1914-S Ten Dollar is scarce, but not impossible to locate in Mint State. Most examples seen are well struck and with average luster. At one time the date was quite scarce in Mint State, but a steady stream of coins has been recovered from European banks over the years. The Smithsonian collection contains four circulated examples. Gems are very rare, with less than 20 graded MS 65 and just two or three at MS 66. A single coin has been certified by NGC as MS 67.
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