So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1901 HK-796a Boyd Park without Number on Obverse Lesher Dollar
Value of 1901 HK-796a Boyd Park without Number on Obverse Lesher
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-796a
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads Pikes-Peak Silver Mine In the people we trust, A Commodity will give in exchange merchandise at Boyd Park Denver, Colo. and the reverse text is Jos. Leshers Referendum Silver Souvenir Medal Price $1.00 U.S. Patent No 62695 Trade Mark Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. No. 36192. Apr. 9, 1901. Design pat. Apr. 16, 1901. M’F’D. Victor Colo 1901. The front side of the coin shows an unstamped front side of the coin with no serial number, a store name with an illustration of the mountains at the top, the mountain scene shows a mining village in the distance, surrounded by a beaded border. The backside of the coin depicts a shield in the upper center of the coin with a banner resting below it, arching text at the bottom of the coin and circular text surrounding.
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