Hk 20 Us Centennial Exposition – 1876 *cameo Appearance* *scarce & Rare*

Hk 20 Us Centennial Exposition – 1876 *cameo Appearance* *scarce & Rare*
1876 OFFICIAL CONGRESS CENTENNIAL SILVER MEDAL SO CALLED DOLLAR RARE HK-20 In Silver. 38mm.24.7 Grams 1876 Is The 100th Anniversary Of The Signing Of The Declaration Of Independence And The Formation Of The United States Of America. A Great Centennial Exposition To Celebrate The Occasion Was Held In Philadelphia In 1876. The Official Medals Of The Centennial Exposition Were Designed By William Barber And Struck At The US Mint Exhibit On The Fairgrounds In Various Metallic Compositions. The Version Of The Official Medal Offered Here Was Struck In Silver And Was Originally Sold For $3.00 At The Fair In 1876. The Hibler-Kappen Book On So-Called Dollars Reports That 10,133 Of The 1876 Centennial Exposition Official Medals Were Made In Silver. This Example Of The 1876 U.S. Centennial Exposition Official Silver Medal Is Listed As HK-20 In The Hibler-Kappen Book On So-Called Dollars. The Medal Has Amazing Overall Eye Appeal With A Cameo Appearance. There Are Also Light Hairlines Over Most Of The Rest Of The Proof Like Fields Only Noticeable When Tilted At Specific Angles That Are Much Less Problematic And Comparatively Minor. Otherwise, The Piece Appears To Be A Relatively High-grade Example With No Noticeable Hits, Marks Or Other Issues. This Item Doesn’t Have The Original Box. Model – WH8e1dd4110bcf7bb8
Circulated/uncirculated – Unknown

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