1933 Colorado Century of Progress So Called Dollar HK-870
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Product DetailsThese Colorado Dollars were used to raise funds for Colorado's participation in the Chicago Century of Progress Expo in 1933.
- Struck in pure Silver.
- Listed in the Hibbler and Kapen reference as HK-879.
- Obverse: Depicts a mining scene.
- Reverse: Depicts the Colorado State seal.
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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 measures 40 mm in diameter and is listed in the H&K reference as #870 and is a Rarity-3.
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