The quarter eagle, or 2 1/2 dollar gold coin, had been minted for more than 50 years when gold was discovered in California in 1848. The sudden influx of this precious metal prompted the U.S. Mint toincrease production of its most affordable gold coin. The Mint used the existing "Coronet" design, created by Christian Gobrecht, but added one distinct feature. To indicate that these quarter eagleswere minted from California gold, the initials "CAL" were punched into the reverse above the eagle head. Only 1,389 quarter eagles were ever made with this indicia, and fewer than 200 are known to still exist today, making this one of the rarest gold coins in American history.
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