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1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition Commemorative Gold $1 NGC MS65

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1915 saw the opening of the Panama Canal and a Worlds’ Fair to celebrate in San Francisco. The Palace of Fine Arts still stands in the Marina District. There were 5 different coins produced for the Pan-Pac Expo as it is referred to. The silver coins include a beautiful Half Dollar. The rest of the coins were gold and included a $1 coin (this coin) that featured a Canal worker with two dolphins on the reverse, a $2.50 gold coin with Columbia seated on a hippocampus- a horse with a tail of a seahorse or sea monster. Lastly two extremely rare $50 gold coins were produced.  Both sport a helmeted Minerva on the obverse with an owl of wisdom on the reverse. A Round $50 and an Octagonal were produced. These coins can trade for $40,000-$50,000 for lower quality and into the hundreds of thousands in high grades.

 

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