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Despite a seemingly sizable mintage of 140,000 pieces, the 1875-CC quarter rarely crosses the auction block in any grade. This lack of appearances, combined with a misperception of its scarcity and value, makes it a highly underrated issue in the Seated series.
In his The Mint on Carson Street, Rusty Goe declares that '[p]roperly graded specimens in Fine to MS-63 are most desirable.'
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