Bust Dimes were made from 1796 to 1837. A Small Eagle reverse was used in 1796 and 1797.
Bust Dimes from 1809 to 1837 had a modified obverse and are known as Capped Bust Dimes.
A beautiful rich patina with hues of lavender, blue, gray and gold covers this well detailed, lustrous early dime. A gem for the grade with super eye appeal and no marks worthy of mention. Only 34,640 minted with just 10 grading higher at PCGS. A great collector coin!
The final date for this scarce early type. The central detail is bold and the two-toned surfaces display light silver-gray devices against charcoal fields.
Very well struck with beautiful frosty white luster. An exciting example of this scarce early 'type'!
CAC. JR-11. Nice problem-free surfaces with an attractive even steel-gray color.
Well detailed with deep olive-green surfaces. Very nice!
Well detailed and very attractive.
JR-5. Medium 10c. Gunmetal gray surfaces with strong detail. This is a late die state example of the variety often offered as 1830/29. In this late die state little evidence of an overdate is present.
JR-8. Medium 10c. Very sharply struck with rich luster and smooth surfaces that reveal almost no marks. The color is a lovely pearl-gray with signs of gold, green, and blue. The combined NGC Census for all varieties of this date reveal just 12 coins graded higher.
Well struck with nice brilliant luster. A pleasing example of this scarce early dime.
Strong detail and nice steel-gray color.
CAC Sharply struck with crisp silver-white luster and just a trace of toning at the rim.