So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1896 Silver Bryan Dollar Dollar
Value of 1896 Silver Bryan Dollar
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-Unlisted
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads Election of 1896 Presidential Candidate 272 WM McKinley WM J Bryan 175 McKinley’s Plurality 572349, Size of Government Dollar Containing 421 1/2 grains of silver 900/1000 fine, Theodore Butz and the reverse text is A Government dollar contains 412 1/2 grains coin silver 900/1000 fine, this piece contains 823 grains coin silver 900/1000 fine in value the equivalent of one gold dollar Sept 16th 1896, Spaulding & Co Goldsmiths & Silversmiths. The front side of the coin shows a cursive inscription above the wheel in the lower center of the coin with a title towards the top. The backside of the coin depicts an inscription in several lines showing the difference between the amount of silver the Government puts in dollars and the amount that should go into a dollar.
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