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The 1842-D Large Date half eagle has a reported mintage figure of 21,691 pieces, but it is possible that this is incorrect given the small number of coins that have survived. This is the second rarest Dahlonega half eagle in terms of the total number known and it is unquestionably the rarest in high grades. There are 85-95 examples accounted for today and more than 80% of these are in the Very Fine to Extremely Fine range. In About Uncirculated, this is a very rare coin with seven to nine accurately graded pieces known.
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