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The Philadelphia Mint coined 96 proof double eagles in 1901, and most students believe that about half of those (45 to 50 coins) still exist today in a wide range of grades. In 1982 David Akers wrote that about 30 to 35 proofs are known. More recently in 2006, Jeff Garrett and Ron Guth wrote: 'The 1901 issue is one of the more available Type 3 double eagles in Proof, even though there are only 40 to 50 examples known.'
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