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    1901 Lesher Dollar, Serial #1018, AU58
    Imprint Type, HK-791

    1901 $1 Lesher Dollar, Imprint Type, Serial #1018, Silver, Z-5, HK-791, R.6, AU58 PCGS. CAC. The 1901 Lesher dollars are smaller and lighter than their 1900 predecessors. Now, they weighed the same as a Morgan dollar, and were similarly priced at $1.00. The lower obverse shows a blank area intended for entry of a merchant name, though some pieces, such as the present lot, were never designated. A lightly circulated but sharp cream-gray representative with relatively few marks. Listed on page 428 of the 2020 Guide Book. Population: 6 in 58, 5 finer. CAC: 2 in 58, 0 finer (11/19).
    From The Cripple Creek Collection. (NGC ID# 2F6K, PCGS# 19005)


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    January, 2020
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