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The 1804 Crosslet 4 eagles were the last in the circulation series, although technically the R.7 1803 BD-6 eagles, which share the same reverse, were the last struck--just not the last in the ordered series of business strikes.
Even afterward, in 1834 and/or 1835, proof versions of the 1804 eagle were struck for the presentation sets (such as the legendary King of Siam set) that included the 1804 silver dollars. The 1804 eagles in those sets were proofs of the 1804 Plain 4 variety, BD-2.
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