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After four years of production figures that exceeded one million coins, the mintage figure of Double Eagles from Philadelphia dropped to only 170,395 pieces in 1898. This was formerly an extremely scarce coin in any Uncirculated grade. A few small hoards have been uncovered in the last decade and, today, the 1898 is only moderately scarce in MS60-62. It is still very scarce in MS63 and quite rare in MS64.
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