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Proof eagles of 1915 are almost as rare as those of 1912. Only 75 pieces were struck and it has been variously estimated that between 10 and 15 coins exist today. Breen (1977) notes that the issue is 'extremely rare and that just a few survive. Many are rumored to have been melted in 1916-17.' Akers only recorded 11 appearances at public auction during the decades he surveyed for his work on this series. We believe the number of survivors to be just a bit higher, in the range of 20-25 pieces.
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