1860-S LIBERTY HEAD $10 MS55

Grading Service: NGC
SKU: 1305
Cert Number: 338104293
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Bring This Coin to Life
In 1860, the United States stood on the precipice of profound change, marked by pivotal events that reshaped its future. Abraham Lincoln's election as the 16th President on November 6 signaled a turning point in American politics and society. His victory, representing the Republican Party's stance against the expansion of slavery, precipitated a national crisis. Shortly thereafter, on December 20, South Carolina became the first state to secede from the Union, citing Lincoln's anti-slavery platform as a fundamental threat to its economy and way of life. This bold move by South Carolina set off a domino effect, leading to the eventual formation of the Confederate States of America and the onset of the Civil War. Meanwhile, technological advancements were rapidly changing the American landscape. The Pony Express, inaugurated on April 3, revolutionized communication across the vast continent, delivering mail from St. Joseph, Missouri, to Sacramento, California, in just ten days. Although its operation was brief, ending in October 1861 with the establishment of the transcontinental telegraph, its legacy of daring and innovation captured the American spirit. Across the Atlantic, the launch of the HMS Warrior on December 29 marked a significant leap in naval warfare technology, introducing the world's first iron-hulled, armor-plated warship, signaling a new era in military strategy and ship design. Together, these events in 1860 underscored a year of dramatic shifts—politically, technologically, and socially—that would indelibly alter the course of American history and set the stage for the challenging years to come."
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