1933 Pedley-Ryan So Called Dollar HK-825 MS-60 NGC

1933 Pedley-Ryan So Called Dollar HK-825 MS-60 NGC

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Pedley-Ryan & Co was a Denver investment house that tried to market Silver to investors in the early 1930s (probably to no avail during the depression). This so-called dollar has a mintage of 500 pieces.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains .8 oz of Silver.
  • NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the condition of the coin.
  • Obverse: Pedley-Ryan & Co, Denver.
  • Reverse: 1933 Silver 430 Grains.

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Pedley-Ryan & Co., Denver investment house, in order to provide a convenient medium for speculation in Silver and to increase the use and popularity of Silver as a medium of exchange, started a "Buy-an-ounce-of-Silver" campaign on January 5, 1933. Silver at that time was in very limited demand, bar Silver being quoted at 27 cents an ounce. Up to that time, the minimum amount of Silver traded in on the big markets for actual delivery was 25,000 ounces, and this amount had been sold only since summer 1932.

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