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The incipient hostilities of the Civil War, beginning the following year with the shelling of Fort Sumter, would make the 1860-C coinage the last quarter eagles struck at the Charlotte Mint. Its mintage, while small, was typical for the end of the era, at 7,469 pieces. Even though a few more examples were likely saved, the average survivor grades only AU or so, and there are few true Mint State examples known.
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