The low-mintage 1914 double eagle was struck to the extent of 95,250 coins for circulation, with 49 of those destroyed for assay purposes. Roger Burdette reports virtually the entire production was shipped to banks or subtreasuries. A number of those coins must have eventually made their way overseas, as 3,500 or so examples have been repatriated over the years, accounting for nearly the entire surviving population of 1914 double eagles. Usually, these are seen in MS62 to MS64 with Gems being rare and Premium Gems practically unavailable. Only 8 have been graded higher by PCGS, 3 of which are MS65+ examples.
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