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The gold dollar denomination, after the initial flurry of design changes and occasionally large mintages that characterized its first decade and a half, settled into a pattern of mostly token emissions during much of the later 1860s through the early 1880s. Only two issues, the 1873 Open 3 and the 1874, saw six-figure productions, and many yearly totals were in the range of 3,000-7,000 coins.
For 1882 only 5,000 pieces were produced, a nominal amount. Fortunately, collectors and dealers of the era saved some nice examples, an easier proposition than for the larger gold denominations.
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