New York City Crystal Palace Type I in Copper
Approximate Current Value: $400
So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1853 HK-5 New York City Crystal Palace Type I in Copper Dollar
Value of 1853 HK-5 New York City Crystal Palace Type I in Copper
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-5
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads In Unitate Nationum Scientia Artesque Florebunt, 1853, C. Stubenrauch St. Louis Mo. and the reverse text is New York Crystal Palace for the exhibition of the Industry of all nations, Desig. By Carstensen & Gildemeister. The front side of the coin shows Liberty seated at a throne with her left arm resting on a shield and her right hand holding a scepter, draped in flowing cloth and surrounded by circular text. The backside of the coin depicts a building in the center with a large dome on top and spires coming up around it, text surrounding above and three lines of text down below.
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