In 1893 a Columbian Half Dollar sold
for $10,000. Aren’t you glad you waited?
The World’s Columbian Exposition,
also known as the Chicago World’s Fair,
heralded a remarkable number of firsts.
You must be 100% satisfied with your
order, or simply return it within 30 days
by insured mail for a prompt refund of
the purchase price.
...the first serial killer, who lived just
outside the fairgrounds and preyed on
FIRST EVER, LAST EVER?
We haven’t had much luck finding
quantities big enough to make this
kind of an offer. But when we stumbled
across a small hoard of this 118-year-old
silver, we were stunned.
OF LASTING VALUE
Relatively few Silver Columbian Half
Dollars survived the last century, and
fewer yet in Very Fine condition. These
coins retain their full designs in bold
relief with complete dates.
Columbus’s ship the Santa Maria sails
across the reverse side of the coin, with
the two hemispheres representing the
world beneath it.
The 1893 Columbian Silver Half Dollar
is your chance to acquire a beautiful
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While they last, an original 1893
Columbian Exposition Half-Dollar is
just $29.95 plus S/H. (We won’t tell the
folks at Remington if you don’t.)
Topping the list was the princely sum
paid by Remington Typewriter for the
first Columbian Half Dollar ever struck.
Which, by the way, is also the first United
States commemorative coin.
1893 Columbian Exposition Half-Dollar
$29.95 plus S&H
Order more and save!
3 or More just $27.95 each plus S&H
5 or More just $25.95 each plus S&H
In today’s dollars that $10,000 price
tag would be about $25,000!
Regular Exposition goers could
purchase a Columbian Half Dollar
for twice its face value, $1. Equal to
a full day’s wages back then.
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Offer Code CED145
Please mention this when you call.
The other firsts at this first United States
The first Ferris Wheel. The first
hamburger. The debut of the Pledge
of Allegiance, Shredded Wheat, Juicy
Fruit gum, and...
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