Silver and Gold Bickford Dollar
So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1897 HK-1008 Silver and Gold Bickford Dollar Dollar
Value of 1897 HK-1008 Silver and Gold Bickford Dollar
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-1008
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads Warrior Citizen Statesman Commemorated Apr. 27, 1897 Dana Bickford Des. Gen U.S. Grant, Honored by All and the reverse text is This gold & silver coin will be good the world over, fulfills promise & bringing prosperity, International Bi-Metal Dollar, In England 4s 1 d, Value of the U.S. Dollar Other Nations, In France 5 Fr. 18 c., in Austria 2 Fr. 47 K., In Japan 1 Yen, In Russia 1 Rbl. 29 K, In Germany 4 M. 20 Pf, Invented and Protected vy Dana Bickford. The front side of the coin shows a tomb in the background of the coin with a bust of U.S. Grant in the center of the coin, text surrounding the bimetallic scene. The backside of the coin depicts ovals pairing together to surround a center circle, several lines of text are listed throughout the coin and are all contained within a beaded border.
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