HK 154-243b World's Columbian Exposition - 1892-93

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HK 154 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO-TYPE 1 - 1893
Official Medal from the 1892 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, IL. Type I large letter obverse variety features the U.S. Government Building. Struck in Brass.

HK 155 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPO-TYPE 2 - 1893
Official Medal from the 1892 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, IL. Rarer Type II Small Letter Obverse variety features the U.S. Government Building. Struck in Brass.

HK 156 DeclarationATION OF INDEPENDENCE - 1893
NGC 62 OSTHEIMER COLLECTION
Struck in silver with a reeded edge this is the Declaration of Independence dollar from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition held in Chicago. One of only five silver specimens graded to date by NGC this piece has deep steel gray toning with traces of exquisite blue and hints of rose gold. From the 1893 Columbian Exposition, signing of the Declaration of Independence on the obverse, Columbus landing on the reverse with an interesting upper and lower scene. Eglit # 36.

HK 157 Declaration OF INDEPENDENCE - 1892-3
Declaration of Independence Dollar depicting the signing of the Declaration of Independence on the obverse and the landing of Columbus on the reverse. From the 1892 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, IL. Struck in White Metal, all pieces have a reeded edge.

HK 160 NEW METAL ALUMINUM $ - 1892
Obverse features a bust of Christopher Columbus facing to the left. Reverse details the popular metal aluminum. Struck in aluminum.

HK 161 NEW METAL ALUMINUM $ - 1892

HK 162 NEW METAL ALUMINUM $ - 1892

HK 165 BIRD'S-EYE VIEW DOLLAR-TYPE 2 - 1893
Columbian Exposition dollar from the 1892 Columbian Exposition. Struck in White Metal.

HK 166 BIRD'S-EYE VIEW DOLLAR-TYPE 2 - 1893
Columbian Exposition dollar from the 1892 Columbian Exposition. Struck in Aluminum. One of he rarer pieces.

HK 167 BIRD'S-EYE VIEW DOLLAR-TYPE 3 - 1893

HK 167a BIRD'S-EYE VIEW DOLLAR-TYPE 4 - 1893

HK 168 CHICAGO DOLLAR-TYPE 1 - 1893
Columbian Exposition Dollar from the 1892 Columbian Exposition. Obverse has the City seal of Chicago, reverse features a female standing facing forward. One of the rarer pieces seldom offered for sale. Struck in Aluminum.

HK 169 CHICAGO DOLLAR-TYPE 2 - 1893
Beautiful classic scene of the landing of Columbus on the obverse. The reverse has facts about Chicago in nine lines. Struck in Aluminum.

HK 171 FERRIS WHEEL DOLLAR-TYPE 2 - 1892-3
Ferris Wheel dollar from the 1892 Columbian Exposition struck in Aluminum. Five edifices on the reverse. A very popular piece.

HK 173 FERRIS WHEEL DOLLAR-TYPE 4 - 1892-3
Ferris Wheel dollar from the 1892 Columbian Exposition struck in Aluminum. This is one of the rarer Ferris Wheel Dollars. Reverse features a standing female representing the Columbian Exposition

HK 174 WORLD GLOBE DOLLAR-TYPE 1 - 1892-3
World Globe Dollar from the 1892 Columbian Exposition on the obverse. The reverse features a scene depicting the landing of Columbus. Struck in Aluminum.

HK 176 ADMINISTRATION BUILDING - 1893

HK 178 MINES & MINING BUILDING - 1893

HK 179 MINES & MINING BUILDING - 1893

HK 180 FORESTRY & TRANSPORTATION - 1893

HK 181 FORESTRY & TRANSPORTATION - 1893

HK 182 GOVERNMENT BUILDING - 1893
Bust of Columbus facing left, THE WORLD’S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION above and around, CHICAGO 1893 below. Reverse edifice of the U.S. Government building. Struck in Brass.

HK 183 GOVERNMENT BUILDING - 1893

HK 184 THE ART PALACE - 1893

HK 186a HORTICULTURE BUILDING - 1893

HK 187 HORTICULTURE BUILDING - 1893

HK 188 THE ELECTRICAL BUILDING - 1893

HK 188a THE ELECTRICAL BUILDING - 1893

HK 191 THE MACHINERY HALL-TYPE 1 - 1893

HK 192 THE MACHINERY HALL-TYPE 2 - 1893

HK 195 THE FISHERIES BUILDING - 1893

HK 196 THE AGRICULTURE BUILDING - 1893

HK 203 ELECTRICAL Building/MFGERS-LIBERAL ART - 1893

HK 210 COLORADO BUILDING - 1892
From the Columbian Exposition held in Chicago this Colorado State Dollar features a bust of Columbus with a ruffed collar on the obverse. The reverse depicts the Colorado Building. Designated a Proof Like by NGC this is closer to a DMPL with strongly frosted devices for a strong no questions asked cameo contrast. Four have been graded Proof Like by NGC and at 62 this is the highest graded. A rare item and sure to generate a lot of interest from bidders.

HK 212 KENTUCKY AT COLUMBIAN - 1892

HK 213 MARYLAND AT COLUMBIAN - 1892

HK 213a MARYLAND AT COLUMBIAN - 1892

HK 222 LIBERTY HEAD HIGH RELIEF - 1893
Struck in incredibly high relief and virtually perfect this example is graded by NGC Proof 65 DPL. Like the bronze variety these dies were engraved by Wilhelm Mayer of Struttgart, Germany. NGC also designated this a DPL and as such is the highest graded DPL assigned by NGC, no DPL’s have been graded higher than 65. Exceptional strike with absolutely no contact marks like the day it was made, an extraordinary example looking for a new home.

HK 224a COLUMBUS BUST DOLLAR - 1892

HK 230 COLUMBUS BUST DOLLAR - 1892

HK 234 COLUMBUS BUST DOLLAR - 1892-3

HK 235 COLUMBUS BUST DOLLAR - 1892

HK 236 COLUMBUS BUST DOLLAR - 1892
The obverse features the bust of Christopher Columbus facing left. On the reverse is a scene of Columbus landing.

HK 237 UNIFACE DOLLAR - 1892

HK 237c UNIFACE DOLLAR (HEXAGONAL) - 1893

HK 238 COLUMBUS STATUE DOLLAR - 1892
Obverse features a full figured Christopher Columbus. Reverse features a sailing ship. Struck in Bronze.

HK 238a COLUMBUS STATUE DOLLAR - 1892

HK 239 COLUMBUS STATUE DOLLAR - 1892-3
Obverse features a statue of Columbus, reverse has two scenes; Columbus landing and Exposition Building below. Struck in Aluminum.

HK 240 FEMALE FIGURE LANDING SCENE - 1892

HK 241 BABY RUTH DOLLAR - 1892
Obverse features baby Ruth between Mr. and Mrs. Taft, reverse features the Trinity of Heroes busts of Lincoln, Washington and Grant. Struck in Aluminum.

HK 243a BOARD OF LADY MANAGERS - 1892-3
Mrs. Potter Palmer adorns the obverse with her bust facing right. An ornate fan or shell shaped design frames in her portrait. Struck in Aluminum. Reverse legend PRESIDENT BOARD OF LADY MANAGERS WORLDS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. Highly reflective fields. Only nine pieces have been graded by NGC. These Columbian Exposition pieces depicting the Board of Lady Managers and the Director General are seldom offered for sale.

HK 243b DIRECTOR-GENERAL DOLLAR - 1892-3
One of only four graded by NGC at MS 61 this is the highest graded except for one MS 62 DPL. A well executed design with an unusually high relief, undoubtedly reflective fields. Although only graded 61 this is a problem free piece that will fit in well with a CH BU collection. Certainly a candidate for a re-submittal for a potentially higher grade. Colonel George Davis bust on the obverse facing right, DIRECTOR GENERAL WORLDS COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION reverse legend.

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