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With Charles Barber's Dime, Quarter, and Half Dollar making their debut this year, the Mint felt required to prepare an abnormally large number of proof sets for sale to collectors. The mintage of the 1892 Silver Dollar (like that of the other silver denominations) amounted to 1,245 specimens. Nevertheless, the 1892 does not appear to be appreciably more common than most of the other issues in the proof Morgan Dollar series. Perhaps (as Bowers, 1993, states) a decent number of proofs from this year were placed into circulation.
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