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Only one later Indian half eagle, the 1929, was minted at Philadelphia. The 1915 is the last of the so-called common dates in the series, from a mintage of 588,000 coins. However, this date, like every other date in the series, is an important condition rarity that is seldom seen in Gem grades. Fuljenz talks about this issue in his important reference published last summer: 'It is among the more common issues in the series in terms of its overall rarity but it is far scarcer in high grades than issues such as the 1908, 1909, 1911 and 1913.'
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