1823/2 CAPPED BUST 10C, LARGE E'S, LARGE DENTICLES MS66
LARGE E'S. A SATIN GEM. JUST ONE MS66+ COIN GRADED HIGHER.
NGC Graded Higher:
In 1823, the Massachusetts General Hospital was gifted an Egyptian mummy. One hundred and ninety years later the hospital would give the mummy a full body CT scan which then provided a 3d rendering of the body. The 3d rendering was then used to create a representation of what the mummy would have looked like during his lifetime. This 1823 dime recalls the beginning of the extended hospital stay for the mummy named Padishershef.