The 1882 and 1883 gold dollars were the last of the relatively low mintage proof issues with 125 and 207 proofs minted, respectively. Beginning in 1884 through the end of the series in 1889, proof mintages exceeded 1,000 coins each year. In addition to the 125 proofs, the Philadelphia Mint coined 5,000 circulation strikes, and many of the latter coins have proof-like surfaces, being called proofs in years gone by. This is the ONLY PR67CAM to have been graded by PCGS with none higher.
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