1891-CC LIBERTY HEAD $10 MS63

CHOICE SATIN LUSTROUS SURFACES. ONLY NINE COINS GRADED HIGHER AT PCGS.
Grading Service: PCGS
SKU: 142765
Cert Number: 35109641
$11,000.00**
$10,450.00
Bring This Coin to Life
In 1891, a year of significant innovation and cultural milestones, the United States witnessed the birth of basketball, a sport that would become one of its most beloved pastimes. Invented by Dr. James Naismith in December at the International YMCA Training School in Springfield, Massachusetts, basketball was conceived as an indoor activity to keep students active during the cold winter months. Using a soccer ball and two peach baskets, Naismith introduced a game that emphasized skill and teamwork, quickly gaining popularity across the nation. The same year saw the opening of Carnegie Hall in New York City on May 5, with a grand concert conducted by the renowned Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. This event marked the establishment of one of the world's most iconic music venues, setting a high standard for musical performances and becoming a pivotal center for cultural enrichment in America. Additionally, 1891 was the year William Wrigley Jr. founded the Wrigley Company in Chicago. Initially selling soap and baking powder, Wrigley's decision to offer chewing gum as a promotional item unexpectedly led to the gum's overwhelming popularity, prompting the company to specialize in its production. This entrepreneurial pivot underscored the importance of adaptability and innovation in the American business landscape. Moreover, the year was marked by a significant advancement in public health with the opening of the first public bath in New York City, reflecting growing awareness and efforts to improve hygiene and living conditions for urban populations. Lastly, Thomas Edison and his assistant, William Kennedy Laurie Dickson, developed the first motion picture camera, the Kinetograph, laying the groundwork for the future film industry. This invention opened new horizons for entertainment and storytelling, showcasing America's leading role in technological progress. These achievements from 1891 highlight a dynamic period in American history, characterized by groundbreaking developments in sports, culture, business, public health, and technology, illustrating the nation's capacity for innovation and its impact on society's evolution.
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