So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1885 HK-145a Bronze Washington Monument and Washington Medal Dollar
Value of 1885 HK-145a Bronze Washington Monument and Washington Medal
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-145a
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads George Washington and the reverse text is Washington Monument Cor. Stone Laid July 4, 1848, Dedicated Feb. 21, 1885, 555 ft. high, 81200 tons, Washington D.C. The front side of the coin shows the bust of George Washington, naked, facing the left with his name surrounding to either side of the coin, inside of a beaded border. The backside of the coin depicts three lines of text in a radial pattern to either side of the Washington Monument in the center with two straight lines of text running parallel to the walls of the monument with a single line of text at the bottom.
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