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HK 776 SO-CALLED DOLLAR BOOTHE HOMESTEAD – 1945

Obverse is a log cabin scene with canoe on river bank. On the reverse is a coat of arms. Struck in reddish Gilt.

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED.………………………………………………………………………………...…$59.00

GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED.………………………………………………………………..…………………...…$89.00


HK 820 SO-CALLED DOLLAR MONTANA DOLLAR – 1933

Struck for the restoration of SILVER in the monetary system of the United States and other leading powers throughout the world. Medal contains one troy ounce of .999 fine SILVER. 2,225 medals were struck. According to Hibler and Kappen fewer than 100 specimens exist today. Obverse has a mining scene with an incused M upon a hillside. The reverse features a modified Montana State Seal.

ANACS MS 62……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….$495.00

NGC MS 63 Jeff Shevlin Collection………….………...……..…………………………………….……………….……$525.00


HK 821 SO-CALLED DOLLAR – STERLING INVESTMENT PEDLY-RYAN DOLLAR – 1933

Struck on a plain silver planchett, obverse STERLING INVENTMENT CO. INC. RENO NEVADA. Reverse 1933 SILVER 430 GRAINS.

NGC AU 55 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………….……………………………………..……..$795.00
HK 824 TYPE III SO-CALLED DOLLAR PEDLY-RYAN & CO. – 1933

1933 Pedly-Ryan & Co. So-Called Dollar. Reverse states One ounce Silver 90%. Struck in SILVER. A popular piece with So-Called Dollar Collectors.

NGC MS 60…………………………………..…………………...…………………..………………………...…………..$325.00

NGC MS 62, only 9 graded higher by NGC…………………...…………………..………………………...…………..$425.00


HK 825 TYPE IV SO-CALLED DOLLAR PEDLY-RYAN & CO. – 1933

1933 Pedly-Ryan & Co. So-Called Dollar. Reverse states 1933 Silver 430 grains. Struck in SILVER. A popular piece with So-Called Dollar Collectors.

Choice About Uncirculated……………………………………………………..……………………….……………..…..$125.00

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED.……………………………...……………………..………………………………………$165.00

NGC MS 62………………………………………………………………………………….…………………………..…..$325.00
HK 830 S0-CALLED DOLLAR AARON WHITE SATIRICAL DOLLAR – c1861-65

Struck early on during the Civil War warning that paper money could become worthless. Sow hanging from a hook on obverse, Sow rooting in a jar on the reverse. Struck in Brass.

NGC MS 65 Ostheimer Collection, highest graded by NGC……………..…………...……….……………….……$1,250.00
HK 832 S0-CALLED DOLLAR WHIPPLE DOLLAR – 1878

Obverse features a spread-winged eagle similar to the eagle on the reverse of the Morgan Silver Dollar. The reverse is incused. Struck in Gilt Bronze

NGC MS 63 Jeff Shevlin Collection………….………...……..…………………………………….……………….……$265.00

NGC MS 64 Ostheimer Collection, only 4 graded higher in 65…..………………………………………...…….……$395.00


HK 834 SO-CALLED DOLLAR BICKFORD DOLLAR – 1897

Submitted as a design proposal for international coinage by Dana Bickford to Dr. Henry R. Linderman then Mint Director who approved the idea. On the obverse in circles are printed comments about international coinage. The reverse has valuations from different Nations. Struck in Aluminum with a Bronze center.

NGC MS 64, only 13 graded higher………….………………...…………………..………………………...…………..$375.00
HK 835 SO-CALLED DOLLAR BICKFORD DOLLAR – 1897

Submitted as a design proposal for international coinage by Dana Bickford to Dr. Henry R. Linderman then Mint Director who approved the idea. On the obverse in circles are printed comments about international coinage. The reverse has valuations from different Nations. Struck in Aluminum with a Brass center.

About Uncirculated.………………………………………………………..………….…………………………...….……..$69.00

NGC MS 62…………………………………..…………………...…………………..………………………...…………..$165.00

NGC MS 63 Jeff Shevlin Collection………….………...……..…………………………………….……………….……$175.00
HK 837 SO-CALLED DOLLAR BICKFORD DOLLAR – 1897

Obverse is tomb of General U.S. Grant. Struck in Aluminum with Bronze center.

NGC AU 58 Jeff Shevlin Collection…………………..………...…………………..………………………...…………..$115.00
HK 852A SO-CALLED DOLLAR CONTINENTAL RESTRIKE SILVER

Continental Dollar restrike from Dickeson’s 1876 dies by Robert Bashlow. A replica of the original 1776 Continental Dollar attributed to Benjamin Franklin. The obverse features a sundial in the center with the sun and rays above. The reverse features a chain of thirteen circles, on each chain is the name of one of the thirteen original Colonies. Struck in SILVER with an “S” silver mint mark on the reverse.

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED with original envelope of issue……………………………………...………$195.00

NGC MS 64 PL Jeff Shevlin Collection…………………………………………………………..……………………….$215.00

NGC MS 65 Jeff Shevlin Collection, only 3 graded higher by NGC……………..…………………………….………$225.00
HK 853A SO-CALLED DOLLAR CONTINENTAL RESTRIKE BRONZE

Continental Dollar restrike from Dickeson’s 1876 dies by Bashlow. A replica of the original 1776 Continental Dollar attributed to Benjamin Franklin. The obverse features a sundial in the center with the sun and rays above. The reverse features a chain of thirteen circles, on each the name of one of the thirteen original States. Struck in Bronze.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………………………………………………………………………………….……………$39.00

GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………………………………………………………………..…………...…….$79.00

NGC MS 65 RB Jeff Shevlin Collection, only 5 graded higher by NGC…..………………………….………...………$79.00
HK 854A SO-CALLED DOLLAR CONTINENTAL RESTRIKE WHITE METAL

Continental Dollar restrike made from Dickeson’s 1876 dies struck by Q. David Bowers of Empire Coin Company in 1962. A replica of the original 1776 Continental Dollar attributed to Benjamin Franklin. The obverse features a sundial in the center with the sun and rays above. The reverse features a chain of thirteen circles, on each the name of one of the thirteen original States. Struck in White Metal.

About Uncirculated.………………………………………………………..………….…………………………...….……..$29.00

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………………………..……………………………………………………………….…….$45.00

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………………………..…………………………………………………….…….$55.00

GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………………………..…………………………………………..…………….…….$65.00

NGC MS 66 PROOF LIKE Jeff Shevlin Collection, only 6 graded higher in 67 by NGC……….…...………...……$125.00
HK 856A SO-CALLED DOLLAR CONTINENTAL RESTRIKE GOLDINE

Continental Dollar restrike from Dickeson dies by Bashlow. A replica of the original 1776 Continental Dollar attributed to Benjamin Franklin. The obverse features a sundial in the center with the sun and rays above. The reverse features a chain of thirteen circles, on each the name of one of the thirteen original States. Struck in Goldine. This piece comes with the original envelope of issue, and has been in the original envelope since the day it was struck.

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED…………………………………………………………………………………....$59.00

GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………………………………..................................................................….$69.00

NGC MS 64 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………………….…...…………………………...……$69.00

GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED with original holder of issue………………..................................................….$79.00


HK SO-CALLED DOLLAR CONTINENTAL RESTRIKE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

Continental Dollar restrike from Dickeson’s 1876 dies struck in 1964 by the Boy Scouts of America. A replica of the original 1776 Continental Dollar attributed to Benjamin Franklin. The obverse features a sundial in the center with the sun and rays above. The reverse features a chain of thirteen circles, on each the name of one of the thirteen original States. Struck in Aluminum and graded GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED.

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED…………………… ………...……………..…........................................…….$19.00

GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED……………………………………..................................................................….$24.00


HK 867 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS TYPE I – 1933

Medal was sold to raise funds for Colorado’s participation in the Century of Progress Exposition to be held in Chicago in 1933. Four types were struck. This medal is Type I, only 300 were issued. Obverse states “A Century of Progress Souvenir” with State Seal in center. Reverse states “Silver Will Restore Prosperity to Colorado 1933”. Struck in one ounce fine SILVER.

NGC AU 55 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………………….…...………………..………...……$275.00

NGC MS 62, only 10 graded higher, 9 in 63 and 1 in 64….....…………………..………………………...…………..$495.00


HK 868 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS TYPE II – 1933

Medal was sold to raise funds for Colorado’s participation in the Century of Progress Exposition to be held in Chicago in 1933. Four types were struck. This medal is Type II. Obverse states “A Century of Progress Souvenir” with State Seal in center. Reverse states “Silver Will Restore Prosperity 1933”. Struck in one ounce fine SILVER.

NGC AU 58 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………………….…...………………..………...……$345.00

NGC MS 61 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………………….…...……………….………...……$395.00


HK 869 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS TYPE III – 1933

Medal was sold to raise funds for Colorado’s participation in the Century of Progress Exposition to be held in Chicago in 1933. Four types were struck. This medal is Type III. Obverse depicts the State seal and states “”One Ounce of Pure Silver”, the reverse states “A Century of Progress, Use Silver to Restore Prosperity”. Struck in SILVER.

About Uncirculated……………………………………………………………………………...………………………..…$235.00

NGC AU 53 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………………….…..…..………......................……$265.00

NGC AU 58 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………………….…...………………..………...……$365.00
HK 870 SO-CALLED DOLLAR CENTURY OF PROGRESS TYPE IV – 1933

Medal was sold to raise funds for Colorado’s participation in the Century of Progress Exposition to be held in Chicago in 1933. Four types were struck. This medal is Type IV. Obverse depicts a mining similar to that on Lesher Dollars and states “Use Silver to Restore Prosperity”. On the reverse is the State seal and ”One Ounce of Pure Silver”. Struck in SILVER.

Choice About Uncirculated…………………………….…....…………………………………………………..…….....….$85.00

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………………………..………………………………………………..…………….…….$125.00

NGC MS 64 Jeff Shevlin Collection………………………………………………….…...……………….………...……$275.00
HK 872 SO-CALLED DOLLAR UNITED NATIONS MONETARY PATTERN – 1946

The idea for an international coinage was conceived by Abe Kosoff and Hans M. F. Schulman in 1945 when the United Nations came into being. Obverse has flags of various nations, reverse states “The Four Freedoms of Religion, Want, Speech, Fear”. Struck in Bronze.

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED ……...…………………………………………………………………...……..$139.00

NGC MS 63…………………………………..…………………...…………………..………………………...…………..$149.00

NGC MS 64 Jeff Shevlin Collection, 2nd highest grade given by NGC.………….…...……………….………...……$169.00
HK 874 SO-CALLED DOLLAR – LOYAL NATIONAL LEAGUE – 1861

Struck around the time of the Civil War by Northern patriots to counteract propaganda from the Copperhead movement by Southern sympathizers. PLEDGE TO UNCONDITIONAL LOYALTY TO THE GOVERNMENT AND TO NATIONAL UNITY. Struck in Silver.

About Uncirculated, was holed now filled…………………………………………………………………...…....………$185.00
HK 885 SO-CALLED DOLLAR THOMAS ELDER WORLD WAR I – 1917

“A little group of willful men have rendered the government of the United States Helpless and Contemptible”, a quote by President Wilson. Elder listed on the reverse the senators who voted against the war declaration April 6, 1917. A fascinating medal. Struck in Aluminum.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED………………………………………………………………,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,…...…....………$385.00
HK 896 SO-CALLED DOLLAR WORLD WAR I PEACE MEDAL – 1918

Obverse features a winged figure of peace holding an olive branch. Reverse has dates associated with World War I. Struck in Brass.

About Uncirculated, with loop as made………..………………………………………………………...…...…....………$24.00
HK 900 SO-CALLED DOLLAR WORLD WAR I PEACE MEDAL – 1918

Statue of Liberty on the obverse. This piece is type IV and struck in Copper.

NGC MS 62 BN, 2nd finest graded with 1 finer in 63……...…………………..………………………...………………..$69.00
HK 902 SO-CALLED DOLLAR WORLD WAR I VICTORY MEDAL COPPER – 1919

World War I Victory Medal. Obverse features a female with sword, shield and wings. On the reverse is a vertical shield and fasces. Struck in Copper. Extremely rare in copper as made without a loop.

CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED not looped or holed…………………..…………..………….............………$149.00
HK 907 SO-CALLED DOLLAR – SWIFT & COMPANY – 1918

Obverse has a pie chart showing Swift expenses. Reverse legend has 15 lines of detail about swift expenditures.

Fine, holed with porosity damage……………………….………………………………………..…...............………….…$8.00
HK 910 SO-CALLED DOLLAR WORLD WAR II VICTORY MEDAL – 1945

Struck by the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia and the Medallic Art Company. Liberty standing in the dawn with foot on helmet of Mars, breaking the sword of tyranny. Struck in Bronze.

Very Fine, looped as made…………..………………..…………………………………………………...…..........…….…$7.00

Extra Fine, looped as made…………..………………..…………………………………………………...…..........….…$10.00


HK 912 SO-CALLED DOLLAR FOUR FREEDOMS VICTORY MEDAL – 1945

Struck around 1945. The obverse features the bust in high relief of Franklin D. Roosevelt. On the reverse in the center is a torch and wreath, below are four freedoms, freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from fear and freedom from want. Struck in Oxidized Bronze.

NGC MS 63.………………................……………………………………………………………………………....………$89.00
HK 913 SO-CALLED DOLLAR FOUR FREEDOMS VICTORY MEDAL – 1945

Struck around 1945. The obverse features the bust in high relief of Franklin D. Roosevelt. On the reverse in the center is a torch and wreath, below are four freedoms, freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from fear and freedom from want. Struck in Gilt.

GEM BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED.………………................……………………..……………………..………...……$89.00

NGC MS 64……………………………………………………………………………………………………..…………….$89.00


HK 915 SO-CALLED DOLLAR UNITED NATIONS – 1904

1948 United Nations medal. On the obverse is the United Nations Building. On the reverse is the United Nations Pledge. Struck in Aluminum.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED.………………................……………………..……..……………………..………...……$25.00

NGC MS 61, mis-holdered as HK 914…………………………………………………………………………….……….$59.00


HK 916 SO-CALLED DOLLAR GOD AND FREEDOM MEDAL

Obverse features a cross with GOD above. Reverse features an American Flag with Freedom below. Struck in SILVER.

About Uncirculated.......……………………..…………………………………………………………………….…………$79.00

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