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Jeff Garrett: The Rolled Edge was the first regular production eagle of the new Saint-Gaudens design. The mintage was quite high, however, all but 42 coins were melted. Nearly all survivors are Gem or nearly so. A few circulated or polished coins are known. In the 1980s a few Rolled Edge eagles appeared on the market. In recent years prices have soared and many have appeared for sale usually above $200,000. The finest seen for the issue are at the MS 67 level. Several years ago NGC certified an example as Specimen 67. The coin was clearly different and probably struck from a medal press. Interestingly, another Specimen example surfaced a few years ago in the estate of Mint Director Leach. The coins were nearly identical and the Leach example sold for over $2 million at auction.
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