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This is an extremely popular date for it is the year of the famous CAL quarter eagle, although there were 7,497 examples coined without the countermark. Presumably, these were struck in gold from other sources. Walter Breen noted that Jacob Shapiro, aka J.F. Bell, circulated want lists for this issue in the late 1950s, notifying dealers of the actual rarity of the issue. As a result, some consider this date to be overrated, however, we believe that is not the case. Few Mint State examples are known, as reflected by the population data.
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