So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1896 HK-1014 A Government Silver Bryan Dollar Dollar
Value of 1896 HK-1014 A Government Silver Bryan Dollar
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-1014
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads A Government Dollar contains 412 1/2 grains of silver 900/1000 fine, This piece of silver is the size and weight of a Government Dollar containing 412 1/2 grains of silver 900/1000 fine and its value July 5th 1900 was 48 cents, Gorham Mfg. Co. Silversmiths and the reverse text is Market Value July 5th 1900 – 48 Cents, Coinage Value at the rate of 16 to 1 100 cents ?. The front side of the coin shows 13 lines of text with the top and bottom line being curved and all of the lines in between being straight, describing the purpose and the meaning of the dollar. The backside of the coin depicts five lines across telling the purpose and market value of the Bryan Dollar, this version of the coin with a Reeded rim, though.
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