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The Grant Memorial gold dollar was initially issued with a star beneath the last A in AMERICA, and then removed. The gold dollars without star were sold for $3 each beginning in April 1922. All were eventually distributed. Most of the 5,016 no star specimens are very lustrous and frosty and are in higher grades, through MS66. Superb Gems become scarce.
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