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    1900 $1 Lesher Dollar, A.B. Bumstead, Type One, Serial # 109, Silver, Z-2, HK-788, R.5, XF45 PCGS. Joseph Lesher was the owner of a silver mine in Victor, Colorado and A.B. Bumstead was a local grocer. Lesher produced his famous souvenir coinage in support of the "free silver" movement. This Choice XF specimen is lightly worn and lightly abraded, with pleasing lavender-gray toning on both sides. Approximately 210 examples were struck. Listed on page 428 of the 2020 Guide Book. Population: 2 in 45, 43 finer (11/19).

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2F6D, PCGS# 19001)

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