So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1917 HK-880 Silver Dollar with World War I Text on Front & Back Dollar
Value of 1917 HK-880 Silver Dollar with World War I Text on Front & Back
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-880
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads A little group of willful men have rendered the Government of the United States helpless and Contemptible (March 1917) President Wilson and the reverse text is Voted against the war declaration, Senators La Follette, Noris, Lane, Stone, Vardaman. Congressmen Browne, Gary, Cooper, Esch, Frear, Nelson, Stafford, Davidson, Voight All of Wisconsin Kitchen and 40 Others April 6, 1917. The front side of the coin shows nine lines of text in the center with a date positioned below and the President’s name at the bottom. The backside of the coin depicts 13 lines of text with several flowing lines in the upper center of the coin, a beaded border surrounds.
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