So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1853 HK-7 New York City Crystal Palace Police Type II Silver Dollar
Value of 1853 HK-7 New York City Crystal Palace Police Type II Silver
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-7
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads Crystal Palace Police and the reverse text is Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Turkey, Greece, Arabia, Mexico, Canada, Brazil, England, Ireland, Scotland, Holland, Netherland, Germany, Japan, Tartary, China, Russia, Algiers, France, Switzerland, Belgium. The front side of the coin shows a large building in the center with a dome on top and several flags throughout. The backside of the coin depicts ten flags positioned in a radial pattern inscribed with the names of the countries that attended the Fair.
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