HORNREICH COLLECTION of So Called Dollars
HK-249 AL, Electric Tower-CA State Seal Dollar, CME 1894

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Coin Details

Origin/Country: United States San Fransisco, California 1894
Design Description: SO-CALLED DOLLARS - HIBLER & KAPPEN Electric Tower, CA State Seal
Item Description: Aluminum SC$1 1894 CA HK-249 ELECTRIC TOWER/STATE SEAL CALIFORNIA MIDWINTER EXPO HK-249 AL CALIFORNIA MIDWINTER EXPO
Full Grade: NGC MS 63 PL
Owner: Spencer Collection

Owner Comments:

Medal, 1894, AL, ELECTRIC TOWER, CA STATE SEAL, California Midwinter Exposition, San Francisco, CA, So Called Dollar HK-249 Aluminum, NGC MS63PL, Cert# 4141586-006. Rarity-4. Holed as Made. Obv. Famous Bonet Electric Tower that lit up the California Midwinter Exposition in 1894; Rv. State Seal. Reflective fields, frosted devices and good eye appeal. History: The California Midwinter International Exposition of 1894, commonly referred to as the "Midwinter Exposition" or the "Midwinter Fair", was a World's Fair that operated for six months in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Its most enduring legacies are the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum (which has since been rebuilt in a much different design) and the Park's famed Japanese Tea Garden. This example includes the Proof Like Designation.

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