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Jeff Garrett: This date can be found in all grades from MS 60 to MS 65 with moderate effort. Gem MS 65 examples trade for a modest premium to the most common dates, even though less than 500 have been graded by NGC at that level. If you are buying an example of the type, purchasing an issue such as this one can be quite prudent. The 1910 Double Eagle rapidly becomes a true rarity in higher grades. Only 40 to 50 have been certified by NGC as MS 66, and only 2 have reached the MS 67 status. An NGC MS 67 sold at auction in 2011 for $23,000.
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