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Only 4,000 examples were struck. Since the entire mintage was not delivered until January 22, 1846 no record of the 1845-O quarter eagle is found in the 1845 New Orleans Mint Director's Annual Report. Approximately 55-65 pieces are known with many of these grading Fine to Very Fine. In choice Extremely Fine, the '45-O becomes a rare issue and there are fewer than ten known in About Uncirculated. The 1845-O is easily the rarest New Orleans quarter eagle and it is one of the dozen rarest Liberty Head quarter eagles.
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