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Image of United States 10 Dollars, 1907 (Pattern)
 
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United States 10 Dollars, 1907 (Pattern)

 

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The location of the motto “E Pluribus Unum” is prominent in this design as compared with the Liberty head ten dollar coin.

 

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Saint Gaudens derived some of his design inspiration from the Beaux Art movement. Here, he enlarged the letter size to give the denomination mark more prominence.

 

 
 
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