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The 1858-C is the most common C-mint Quarter Eagle produced in the 1850s, and it is the most easily obtainable C-mint Quarter Eagle of any decade after the 1839-C, 1843-C Large Date, 1847-C, and 1848-C. This is not to say that the '58-C is common in an absolute sense, as the Charlotte Mint recorded an original delivery of just 9,056 pieces. Winter reports a Mint State population of only 6-8 coins.
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