Pennsylvania Bicentennial U.S. Mint Issue Type I

Approximate Current Value: $50

Diameter: 38.00 mm
Mintage/Proof: NA / 0
Weight: NA
Metal: Brass
I Own 1882 So Called Dollars Commemorative and Exposition

So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1882 HK-139 Pennsylvania Bicentennial U.S. Mint Issue Type I Dollar

Value of 1882 HK-139 Pennsylvania Bicentennial U.S. Mint Issue Type I

This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-139

The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads Mint of the United States Philadelphia 1682 1882 and the reverse text is Bi-Centennial of Pennsylvania October 24, 1882, Officers of U.S. Mint A. Loudon Snowden, Superintendent Jacob B. Eckfeldt, Assayer James C. Booth, Melter and Refiner Oliver C. Bosbyshell, Coiner Chas. E. Barber Engraver. The front side of the coin shows a bust of William Penn looking straight forwards, wearing his sea hat with a beaded border surrounding, text is located outside of the beaded border with dates to either side. The backside of the coin depicts lines of text in the center of the coin, surrounded by a single line of text running around the entire length of the coin, two stars are located at the bottom with the dates.

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