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Interest in high denomination proof gold apparently declined between 1904 and 1907, since the already very small mintages fell each subsequent year until a mere 74 proof Eagles were struck in 1907. The proofs for 1907 have an interesting feature, the tips of the outer star point is absent on stars 6 through 10. In addition, the upper serif of the 1 in the date is repunched. On the reverse, the ends of the scroll are made faint through die lapping and the second vertical stripe has a weak second line. These die characteristics are important to distinguish the rare proofs from their common business strike counterparts.
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