Proclamation of Peace, Disbandment of Army Dollar

Approximate Current Value: $25

Diameter: 41.00 mm
Mintage/Proof: NA / 0
Weight: NA
Metal: Tin
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So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1883 HK-135 Proclamation of Peace, Disbandment of Army Dollar Dollar

Value of 1883 HK-135 Proclamation of Peace, Disbandment of Army Dollar

This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-135

The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads 1783 Centennial 1883 Celebration at Newburgh, N.Y. October 18th Proclamation of Peace, Disbandment of the Army, Washington’s Head-Quarters A. Demarest, SC. N.Y. and the reverse text is Washington’s Family coat of arms from which the American Flag was Designed, He was most nobly crowned by refusing to be crowned. The front side of the coin shows the Head Quarters for Washington in the Battle of Newburgh, a house in the center with a tree and tombstone to the right. The backside of the coin depicts a coat of arms in the center, which is actually George Washington’s coat of Arms, This coat of arms inspired the design of the American flag.

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