U.S. Expositions Octagon Type I
So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1915 HK-423 U.S. Expositions Octagon Type I Dollar
Value of 1915 HK-423 U.S. Expositions Octagon Type I
This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-423
The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads Imitation of Famous California Fifty Dollar Gold Slug Used by the Pioneers 1850, United States of America Fifty Dolls. and the reverse text is The days of old the days of gold the days of forty nine, Souvenir design. Pat. Appld. For, Panama Pacific International Exposition San Francisco 1915. The front side of the coin shows an eagle in the center with its head lifted up and wings spread wide, a ribbon in the eagles mouth and branches at its feet, circular text surrounds the eagle and a banner flies above its head, beaded border to the outside of the octagonal dollar. The backside of the coin depicts initials in the form of a monogram at the top center of the coin, several lines of text below with the date at the bottom and a beaded border surrounding.
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