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Jeff Garrett: The 1910 Philadelphia issue is one of the most commonly seen from this Mint from 1908 Motto to 1915. The date can be found in most grades of Mint State from MS 60 to MS 64 with relative ease. Most examples seen are well struck but with rather rough surfaces. Most are heavily bag marked. Gem examples are quite scarce and can be difficult to locate. Superb coins are very rare, as NGC has only graded three at the MS 66 level. The 1910 Double Eagle jumps dramatically in price at each grade level from MS 64 to MS 65 and to MS 66. None are known in MS 67.
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