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As is the case with its 1901-S branch mint counterpart, the 1901 returned in quantity from foreign bank holdings in the decades after the 1933 Roosevelt gold recall. Such pieces were in demand from gold accumulators, since U.S. numismatic gold was legal to own during an era (prior to 1975) when the holding of gold bullion was prohibited. However, the majority of 1901 eagles are notably bagmarked.
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