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David Akers? wrote:
?With the exception of the 1841, the 1845 is at least as rare as any other Proof Dime of the 1840?s, only 5 or 6 Proofs exist. Like the Half dime, this Dime was purchased by JJP from the Menjou sale, 6/15/50, Lot 198, for $37. Star, Lovejoy, and Eliasberg had Proofs of this date, Norweb, Garrett and James Stack did not. The National Numismatic collection in the Smithsonian Institution also has an example. That accounts for just five pieces, but it is always possible that one or two others may exist.?
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