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    1901 $1 Lesher Dollar, J.M. Slusher, #547, Silver, Z-6, HK-792, R.5, VF25 PCGS. CAC. Cripple Creek grocer J.M. Slusher ordered approximately 260 Lesher dollars. These were serially numbered 1 to 250, with a few stray higher numbers including the present lot. The website designates the pedigree as Adna Wilde, Keatley. This example was likely a pocket piece carried by a proud Colorado resident during the early 20th century. The chocolate-brown surfaces show wear, but the stamp impression remains bold, and the sole mentionable mark is a thin pinscratch across the mining scene. Listed on page 428 of the 2020 Guide Book. (PCGS# 19007)

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    January, 2020
    8th-12th Wednesday-Sunday
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