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1876 PA HK(Hibler and Kappen)-19 NEVADA DOLLAR SC$1 MS62 PL. Cert: 4254771-007. One of the rarest so-called dollar medals. Obv: Liberty Bell between Minute Man and Soldier, clouds below, to left: 1776, to right: 1876, above (on ribbon) Centennial all within center circle. Outside, around “Let God be with us as He was with our fathers”. Rev: Mining scene, above Nevada–in center circle; outside, around Made from Nevada ore at International Exhibition; below ” All for our country “.
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1900 Lesher Referendum Dollar A.B. Bumstead NGC MS61 Z-2, HK-788, R.5. Serial #538. First Reverse of the A.B. Bumstead type. Distributed by Joseph Lesher of Victor, Colorado in 1900 and 1901. These private silver tokens were used in trade and stocked by various merchants who redeemed them for goods. One of these merchants was A. B. Bumstead, a grocer in Victor, Colorado. This excellent and virtually mark-free example, displays a satiny finish with original stone-gray and russet toning. One of the 2 highest graded by NGC as of May 2017. Listed on page 419 of the 2018 Guide Book of United States Coins. Certification number: 4461115-001.
1933 MT HK(Hibler and Kappen)-820 Montana Dollar SC$1 MS64. Cert# 4254771-005. The so-called Montana dollar consists of one ounce of pure silver, issued in Helena under authority of the Montana Silver Association. The original purpose was a membership token for members who paid their one dollar dues. Obv: Mining Scene, Incused M in hillside, Silver the Key to Prosperity 1933, Rev: Modified Montana State Seal, Oro Y Plato (Gold and Silver), One Troy Ounce Silver. 2,225 medals were originally struck, according to Hibler and Kappen, however fewer than 100 specimens exist today. Very scarce in this Grade.