Ex O’neal. The 1909-D is one of the scarcer issues among early ten-dollar Indians, and is much more challenging than its mintage of 121,540 pieces would seem to indicate. David Akers contends in A Handbook of 20th-Century United States Gold Coins that it is one of the most underrated issues in the series, and is actually one of the rarest in an absolute sense. “Even in MS60 this issue is very rare and in MS63 or MS64 condition, it can be located only with great difficulty,” says Akers. The PCGS population is only 4 with 2 higher.
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