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Doug Winter rated this issue as the fourth rarest Charlotte quarter eagle, and the second rarest in high grade. Mintage for this issue was pegged at 4,808 coins, and less than 2% survive today. Doug Winter summed up this issue with the following commentary: 'The 1846-C is a very scarce coin in all grades. Over three quarters of the known survivors grade below Extremely Fine and an accurately graded Extremely Fine-45 example is quite rare. This date is very rare in About Uncirculated. There are more Uncirculated pieces in existence than generally believed and, ironically, the collector is about as likely to be offered a Mint State coin as a choice About Uncirculated. However, it is still extremely rare.' Winter went on to record five Mint State examples and between six and eight AUs.
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