Washington, D.C. Sesquicentennial Silver

Approximate Current Value: $50

Diameter: 41.00 mm
Mintage/Proof: 1,000 / 0
Weight: NA
Metal: Silver
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So-Called Dollar Value Guide: Value of 1950 HK-507 Washington, D.C. Sesquicentennial Silver Dollar

Value of 1950 HK-507 Washington, D.C. Sesquicentennial Silver

This So-Called Dollar is given the catalog number HK-507

The obverse text on this So-Called Dollar reads National Capital Sesquicentennial 1800 Washington 1950 and the reverse text is Sixth Congress 1800 Eighty First Congress 1950, 150th Anniversary establishment of Permanent national Capital, President John Adams Addresses 6th Congress Washington November 1800. The front side of the coin shows Liberty standing in the center with a shield and sword by her side, stars surrounding and text on the large outer border. The backside of the coin depicts John Adams facing the viewer and five men sitting before him, text surrounding in a descriptive fashion.

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