Bronze Pony Express Termination Centennial

Approximate Current Value: $5

Diameter: 33.00 mm
Mintage/Proof: 15,000 / 0
Weight: NA
Metal: Bronze
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So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1961 HK-589 Bronze Pony Express Termination Centennial Dollar

Value of 1961 HK-589 Bronze Pony Express Termination Centennial

This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-589

The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads United States 1961 Centennial Medal The Pony Express Terminated by the Telegraph Salt Lake City, Utah October 24, 1861 and the reverse text is The Pony Express St. Joseph to Sacramento. The front side of the coin shows a horse and telegraph machine in the center of the coin with mountains in the background, a thick border surrounds the image with 34 stars surrounding the lower portion of the coin. The backside of the coin depicts a horse and cowboy in the center, the cowboy is holding the horse’s reigns and standing beside him, mountains in the distance with a good bit of text surrounding the scene, three lines of text directly below the illustration.

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