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Reports suggest the Philadelphia Mint produced a proof mintage of 30 coins on June 30, 1837. The survival of 25 to 30 proofs is explained by additional pieces that were coined later in the year. Most or all of these coins exist in lower grades, as they were presented to dignitaries or other VIPs who may not have known proper care. Perhaps as many as a dozen examples went to early collectors, explaining the survival of a few Gem specimens.
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