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The 1867 proof gold dollar enjoyed a mintage of 50 pieces, fairly generous for the time, but tiny in an absolute sense. The date is surprisingly elusive today, so it seems likely that some of the mintage went unsold. Q. David Bowers estimates a surviving population of just 14-17 examples in all grades, and Gem specimens are very rare.
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