The finest Uncirculated examples graded by PCGS are 5 MS-65's.
The finest Proof example graded by PCGS is a single PR-62.
With Drapery - the normal design type that shows drapery inside
Liberty's right arm and below her left arm.
No Drapery - an
extremely rare variety that shows a flat field inside of Liberty's right
arm and no drapery below her left arm. Ahwash 2, Breen 3235. Breen
considered the "loss" of drapery to have been caused by excessive lapping
of the die. However, a recent study by John McCloskey of a Proof 1841 No
Drapery Dime indicates that the drapery was never placed in the die to
begin with. Rather, this was an early version of the new modifications by
Robert Ball Hughes.
Breen lists two examples of
the 1841 No Drapery Dime:
1) Proof. Colonel E.H.R. Green's
1841 Proof set - Numismatic Review #3, page 29 (1943).
2) EF, cleaned, "former
Proof." F.C.C. Boyd, World's Greatest Collection, Lot 519 - New
Netherlands #57, Lot 466 - Kagin 1973 MANA, Lot 1107 at $52,000
Gem Brilliant Uncirculated. Ex - Stack's "65th Anniversary
Sale", October 17-19, 2000, Lot 500, plated, sold for $4,140.00
"The PCGS Population Report, October 2003" by The
Professional Coin Grading Service
Walter Breen, "Walter
Breen's Complete Encyclopedia of U.S. and Colonial Coins"
John McCloskey, "An
Analysis of the 1841 No Drapery Dime", Issue #80 of The Gobrecht
Journal, pages 44-47