Goldberg Coins and Collectibles

Sale 67

The Pre-Long Beach Auction

Budget - So-Called Dollars
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Lot 984
1896 Bryan Silver So-Called Dollar. 52 mm. HK-781. Uniface, Gorham. NGC MS-63. Beautifully toned. In a special oversize NGC holder.
Estimated Value $300 - 350.
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Lot 985
1898. Nebraska Trans-Mississippi So-Called Dollar. HK-283 Rarity 4. NGC graded MS-65. Official Medal.32 mm. Brass. Fully brilliant. Held in Omaha, Nebraska "To display the products, manufactures and industries of the states and territories west of the Mississippi River." Official Medals were struck in the Mint Exhibit from dies made at the Philadelphia Mint. Obverse is a composite picture "of. the most beautiful women in the Trans-Mississippi country" while the reverse was designed by T. R. Kimball, Omaha.
Estimated Value $250 - 300.
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Lot 986
  A group of miscellaneous So-Called Dollars and related material. We note several relating to the 1892-3 Columbian Expo including the "Ferris Wheel Dollar; 1898 Trans-Mississippi Dollar in silver; 1915 Pan Pacific Dollar in silver, etc. Total of 30 items.
Estimated Value $250-UP.
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