So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1912 HK-813 Elder "Taft" or "Gold Basis" Dollar in Silver Dollar
Value of 1912 HK-813 Elder “Taft” or “Gold Basis” Dollar in Silver
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-813
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads A Government dollar contains 412 1/2 grains of coin silver 900/1000 fine, this piece contains 412 1/2 grains of silver in value equivalent to one gold dollar November 1912 T.L. Elder Numismatist and Medalist. The front side of the coin shows descriptive text showing that the value of the Government dollar contain 412 1/2 grains of silver is equal to that of a gold dollar. The backside of the coin depicts a blank, uniface design.
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