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Jeff Garrett: The 1911–D is among the most plentiful Double Eagle of this time period. NGC has graded around 2,000 coins at the MS 65 level and over 500 at MS 66. The date brings a very small premium if any in grades below MS 67. Most of the 1911–D Double Eagles seen are well struck with sometimes deep green–gold colorations. A doubled mintmark variety is known, which is not particularly rare and does not usually command a large premium. In 2011 an NGC graded 1911–D/D sold for $21,850 at public auction.
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