1933 Colorado Century of Progress Silver Dollar HK-870
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Product DetailsBeautiful and scarce Silver Dollar issued for the purpose of promoting the continued use of Colorado Silver. These Colorado Dollars were used to raise funds for Colorado's participation in the Chicago Century of Progress Expo in 1933.
- Contains .01 oz Silver.
- This nice example grades Choice Almost Uncirculated.
- Obverse: Depicts an early 20th century mining scene and includes the words, "Century of Progress", "Use Silver To Restore Prosperity", and "1833 World's Fair 1933"
- Reverse: Features the state seal of Colorado, a fasces and the Eye of Providence along with the inscription, "One Ounce Pure Silver".
- Listed in the H & K reference as #870 and is a Rarity-3.
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Beautiful and scarce Silver Dollar issued for the purpose of promoting the continued use of Colorado Silver. These Colorado Dollars were used to raise funds for Colorado's participation in the Chicago Century of Progress Expo in 1933. This medal was struck in pure Silver and it measures 40mm in diameter.
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