1798 DRAPED BUST 10C, LARGE 8 MS64
LARGE 8. WELL STRUCK WITH AMBER TONE WITH HINTS OF ROSE AND GREEN HUES. ONLY ONE COIN GRADE HIGHER AT NGC.
In 1798, the Welsh Society of Philadelphia held its first meeting. The group stated as its purpose “the relief of such emigrants as arrive in this country from Wales.” This 1798 dime, minted in Philadelphia, recalls the beginning of an organization that continues to operate in the city.