Silver and Gold Grant’s Tomb Bickford Dollar

Diameter: NA
Mintage/Proof: 1 / 0
Weight: NA
Metal: Bimetallic
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So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1897 HK-1009 Silver and Gold Grant's Tomb Bickford Dollar Dollar

Value of 1897 HK-1009 Silver and Gold Grant’s Tomb Bickford Dollar

This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-1009

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 portrait of U.S. Grant within the center circle of the coin, his bust is held within a tomb in the background, made with pillars and surrounded by text. The backside of the coin depicts eight links of ovals surrounding the center circles, all circles contain some amount of text, and is all surrounded by circular text.

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