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The 1855-D quarter eagle is the second rarest coin ever produced at the Dahlonega mint, narrowly trailing the 1856-D. A strong case can be made for calling the 1855-D the rarer of the two in high grades as a higher percentage of 1856-D's are seen in AU50 to MS60 grades. Approximately 45-55 of the 1855-D quarter eagles are known with around 10-12 in About Uncirculated and one or two in Uncirculated.
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