This web page can be used to search for so called dollars commemorating the 400th anniversary of Columbus landing in America. Most pieces are from the World’s Columbian Exposition held in Chicago in 1893. It does not include those with commercial advertising(store cards). For store cards, CLICK HERE. It includes everything in Hibler and Kappen's book, Nathan Eglit, and others. Use the "FIND"function of your browser to type in a word, inscription, or HK or Eglit number. Searching for World Columbian material is often problematic due to the same inscriptions being used over and over on different pieces. The many different die combinations can also be confusing. If possible, type a word or phrase into your browser’s FIND function that you think might be unique or at least common to only a small number of pieces. Skip from one entry to the next by hitting your RETURN button until you find the description that matches exactly. Inscriptions have to be typed in exactly with single spacing between words. Also be careful to include punctuation. Sometimes periods can look like commas and visa versa. Try typing both ways if there is any doubt. Dashes should usually also be included, but quotations maybe or maybe not. Underscores(low dashes) probably not.

Many of my entries are linked to an identifying image. I sometimes made composite images using obverse and reverse images from different pieces. For some images you can search through Tom Hoffman's World Columbian site. At some point in the near future, Jeff Shevlin and Bill Hyder with be publishing a new book on exposition so called dollars which will include much of what is here, but also much that is not here. More serious collectors of this material will want to buy the book. Their previous book on Pacific Coast Expo so called dollars was nothing short of excellent.

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WORLD COLUMBIAN SO CALLED DOLLARS

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1) Building with central dome and flags. U.S. Govt. Building above in LARGE letters. Width 351 ft below in center arc. Length 421 ft Area 3.3 Acres at lower left and right. Rv: Treasury Department around above. United States Mint Exhibit around below. World's Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893 in five lines. /// Common in Brass(some look Gilt), very scarce in Silver Plate, extremely rare in Silver and Aluminum / 37.7 mm / HK154, Eglit23 (IMAGE)

2) Building with central dome and flags. U.S. Govt. Building above in SMALL letters. Width 351 ft below in center arc. Length 421 ft Area 3.3 Acres at lower left and right. Rv: Treasury Department around above. United States Mint Exhibit around below. World's Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893 in five lines. /// Common in Brass(some look Gilt), very scarce in Silver Plate, extremely rare in Silver and Aluminum / 37.7 mm / HK155, Eglit23A (IMAGE)

3) Scene depicting signing of Declaration of Independence. Eagle on shield below. Two small busts to the left and right of shield. Signing Of Declaration Of Independence July 4th 1776 around above. Worlds Columbian Exposition across middle. 1892 to the left. 1893 to the right. Chicago below. Rv: Landing scenes. Discovery Of America around above. October 1492 at center. Dec. 1620 Landing Of The Pilgrims below. /// Very Rare in Silver, Scarce in White Metal. Have also seen it described as Gold Plated and Copper Plated / 39.8 mm / HK156, HK157 Eglit36 (IMAGE)

4) Scene depicting landing of Columbus. Landing of Columbus below around curve. C. Reinsch at base of landing scene in tiny lettering. Rv: Discovery Of America 1492 Columbian Fair Chicago. Illinois. U.S.A., 1893. /// Common, maybe scarce, Aluminum / 39.7 mm / HK158, Eglit17 (IMAGE)

5) Bust with hat slightly right. Christopher Columbus split to the left and right. 1492 1892 below. Rv: Open wreath within inner circle. This Medal Is Made Of The Wonderful Metal around outside. Aluminum Untarnishable Malleable Tasteless Odorless Ductile in six lines within wreath with ALUMINUM curved /// Both obverse and reverse dies appear to be unique to this piece. Scarce, Aluminum / 34.4 mm / HK159, Eglit217 (IMAGE)

6) Bust left within inner circle wearing hat. Christopher Columbus around above and below. 1892 to the left. 1492 to the right. Rv: This Medal Is Made Of The New Metal around outside. ALUMINUM in the middle between two lines. Tasteless-Odorless-Sonorous-Ductile-Malleable above within inner circle. 1/4 Wt. Of Silver Sp. Gr. 260 Does Not Tarnish below within inner circle. Three stars outside below. /// Very Scarce, Aluminum / 34.6 mm / HK160, Eglit97 (IMAGE)

7) Bust slightly right with hat within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around outside above and below. 1892 outside to the left. 1492 outside to the right. Rv: This Medal Is Made Of The New Metal around outside. ALUMINUM in the middle between two lines. Tasteless-Odorless-Sonorous-Ductile-Malleable above within inner circle. 1/4 Wt. Of Silver Sp. Gr. 260 Does Not Tarnish below within inner circle. Three stars outside below. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 35 mm / Same reverse as HK160. The obverse combines what is inside the inner circle of the obverse of HK227(Columbus portrait) with exactly what is outside of the inner circle of the obverse of HK160. (IMAGE)

8) Bust slightly right with hat within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1892 below. Rv: Three stars below. This Medal Is Made Of The New Metal around outside. ALUMINUM in the middle between two lines. Tasteless-Odorless-Sonorous-Ductile-Malleable above within inner circle. 1/4 Wt. Of Silver Sp. Gr. 260 Does Not Tarnish below within inner circle. /// Very rare die pairing / Aluminum / 35 mm / Obverse HK227 combined with the reverse of HK160. (IMAGE)

9) Aerial view of fair. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. 1892 below. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering /// Rare, Aluminum / 37.0 mm / HK161, Eglit443 (IMAGE)

10) Five buildings within five circles. Ornamental scrolls between four outer circles. Administration Building in the larger center circle. Machinery Hall in outer left circle with the last part of HALL covered up. Electrical Bldg in upper circle. Mining Bldg in right circle. Building inside of bottom of lower circle. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering. /// Charles Kirtley sale 10/14/89 lot#250 with picture. HK162a. Rare, Aluminum / 37 mm (IMAGE)

11) Building with large arched front entrance and spires at the corners. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Electrical Building around below. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure" below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering /// Rare, Aluminum / 37.2 mm / Unlisted in Eglit / HK161a (IMAGE)

12) Corner view of building. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Agricultural Building Chicago 1893 below in three lines. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering /// maybe Rare, Aluminum / 37 mm / HK161b in the second edition of HK; Eglit218 (IMAGE)

13) Building with central dome. Half globe under building. Horticultural Building between building and globe. 1893 split to the left and right of globe. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering /// Rare, Aluminum / 37 mm / The reverse of HK161 combined with a different obverse. (IMAGE)

14) Rv: Male bust slightly right with hat. Half wreath below. Christopher Columbus 1492-1893 around above. Rv: Aerial view of fair. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. 1892 below /// Rare to Very Rare, Aluminum / 37 mm / The obverse of HK236a combined with the obverse of HK161 (IMAGE)

15) Bust slightly right with hat. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. 1492 below. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 37 mm / a combination of the reverse of HK161 with the obverse of HK228. Verified on ebay with picture(Barry Friedman 2001 ebay sale) (IMAGE)

16) Corner view of building. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Buildg. below in a single curved line. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering /// Rare, Aluminum / 37.0 mm / HK162 (IMAGE)

17) Male bust slightly right with hat. Half wreath below. Christopher Columbus 1492-1893 around above. Rv: Corner view of building. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Buildg. below in a single curved line. /// Very Rare, possibly Extremely Rare, Aluminum / 37.0 mm / Pairs the obverse of HK162 with the obverse of HK236a (IMAGE)

18) View of the exposition. Birdseye View Of The Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago in three curved lines above. Rv: Souvenir Of The Opening Of The Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago, May 1st 1893 in seven curved and straight lines. /// Rare, Aluminum / 34.7 mm / HK164, Eglit547 (IMAGE)

19) Domed building within inner circle. Twelve stars around above building. Souvenir. Birdseye View Of The Worlds Fair Chicago around outside. 1893 below. Blumenfield P.O.C. around below in tiny lettering within inner circle Rv: Landing scene with five figures. Souvenir Of The Opening Of The Worlds Fair Chicago around outside. 1893 below. /// Common in Aluminum, scarce in White Metal / 39.7 mm / HK165, HK166, Eglit21 (IMAGE)

20) Ariel view of the fair. The Worlds Columbian Exposition above in one curved line and one straight line. Chicago, U.S.A. 1893 below in two lines. Rv: Sailing ship with two smaller ships to the right. Columbus In Sight Of The New World around above. The Santa Maria below. Hanson in microscopic lettering at bottom left base of sea scene. /// Rare, Aluminum / 37.9 mm / HK167, Eglit535(smaller version) (IMAGE)

21) Male bust right within inner circle. John L. Walker around above. Chairman below. Rv: Sailing ship with two smaller ships to the right. Columbus In Sight Of The New World around above. The Santa Maria below in exergue. /// Very rare, Brass / 37.9 mm / The reverse of HK167 with a different obverse. Looking through the official report from the 1893 Worlds Columbian Expo, I could find no mention of a John L. Walker, so it looks as if he was probably not associated with the fair. The reverse die is a Hanson of Chicago die that was sometimes repurposed ten to fifteen years after the fair ended. (IMAGE)

22) Sailing ship with two smaller ships to the right. Columbus In Sight Of The New World around above. The Santa Maria below in exergue. Hanson in microscopic lettering at bottom left base of sea scene. Rv: California seal with female figure seated with staff in right hand and bear at her side. Sun to the right. Wreath-like outer border. Hanson Chi. at base in tiny lettering. /// Extremely rare, Brass / 38 mm / Rare die pairing from two different fairs. Reverse of HK167 and the reverse of HK249. Charles Kirtley October 14, 1989 sale lot #146 with picture. (IMAGE)

23) Sailing ship with two smaller ships to the right. Columbus In Sight Of The New World around above. The Santa Maria below in exergue. Hanson in microscopic lettering at bottom left base of sea scene. Rv: Blank. /// Very to extremely rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / Uniface with the reverse of HK167. Charles Kirtley sale #140 lot#X042, and Charles Kirtley sale #123 lot#2058

24) Ariel view of the fair. The Worlds Columbian Exposition above in one curved line and one straight line. Chicago, U.S.A. 1893 below in two lines. Rv: Man on horse with rifle. Wild West At Worlds Fair Col. W.F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) around above. 1893 below in exergue. /// Has been described as being in Aluminum, Brass, Bronze and Gilt Bronze. Very rare in any metal / 38 mm / Obverse HK167 combined with the reverse of Eglit361. Charles Kirtley sale #89 lot#2194 with picture. (IMAGE courtesy Randy Dobler)

25) Bust right with ruffled high collar. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1892 below Rv: Sailing ship with two smaller ships to the right. Columbus In Sight Of The New World around above. The Santa Maria below in exergue. Hanson in microscopic lettering at bottom left base of sea scene. /// Very to extremely rare, Bronze / 38 mm / Obverse HK210 combined with the reverse of HK167. Paul Cunningham sale #43 lot#253 where it was described as "Christopher Columbus, bearded, high collar bust to the right 1492-1892 / Columbus In Sight Of The New World, Santa Maria at bottom, ship pictured; obv. of Eglit62" (IMAGE)

26) Sailing ship with two smaller ships to the right. Columbus In Sight Of The New World around above. The Santa Maria below. Hanson in microscopic lettering at bottom left base of sea scene. Rv: Winged female figure with horn. Male figure leaning on cannon with eagle on ground before him. Peace around upper right. /// Extremely rare, Bronze / 38 mm / A combination of two mismatched dies made by Hanson of Chicago - the reverse of HK167 combined with a Peace design used on 1898 peace jubilee pieces. Sold on ebay in 2007 (IMAGE)

27) Sailing ship with two smaller ships to the right. Columbus In Sight Of The New World around above. The Santa Maria below. Hanson in microscopic lettering at bottom left base of sea scene. Rv: Corner view of building with central dome. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Building around below. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 37.9 mm / The obverse of HK210a(Eglit546) combined with the reverse of HK167 and HK204. (IMAGE)

28) Ariel view of the fair. The Worlds Columbian Exposition above in one curved line and one straight line. Chicago, U.S.A. 1893 below in two lines. Rv: Three buildings on top of each other in three sections. /// Very rare in either Aluminum, Copper, or Brass / 38.1 mm (measured) / HK167a, HK167b (IMAGE)

29) Corner view of building with central dome with flag flying right. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Building around below. Rv: Three buildings on top of each other in three sections. /// very to extremely rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / Eglit546. Obverse of HK210a. Reverse of HK167a or the obverse of HK204. Pictured in Eglit. (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter)

30) Bust right with ruffled high collar. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1892 below with three stars on either side. Rv:Three buildings on top of each other in three sections. /// Very rare in Brass. Extremely rare in Copper / 38 mm / Eglit509; The obverse of HK210 combined with the reverse of HK167a. Pictured in Eglit. (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter)

31) Three buildings on top of each other in three sections. Rv: Man on horse with rifle. Wild West At Worlds Fair Col. W.F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) around above. 1893 below in exergue. /// Extremely rare, Gilt / 38 mm / Reverse of HK167a combined with the reverse of Eglit361. Presidential Coin and Antique Co. auction #77 lot#250 with picture. (IMAGE)

32) Chicago city shield in center. Sailing ship to the right. Standing Indian to the left. Nude child in cloud above. Urbs In Horto on scroll below. Chicago Day around outside above. Oct. 9, 1893 outside below. Rv: Standing female figure with flags, eagle, and small stars to the right. World's Columbian Exposition around above. S.D. Childs & Co. Chicago below in smalll lettering. /// Scarce, Aluminum / 36.5 mm / HK168, Eglit153 (IMAGE)

33) Chicago city shield in center. Sailing ship to the right. Standing Indian to the left. Nude child in cloud above. Urbs In Horto on scroll below. Chicago Day around outside above. Oct. 9, 1893 outside below. Rv: Five buildings within five circles. Grass-like design extends outward between four outer circles. Administration Building in the larger center circle. Machinery Hall in the left circle. Electrical Building in the top circle. Mining Building in the right circle. S. D Childs below in left circle. Chicago below in right circle. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / The obverse of HK168 combined with the reverse of HK171. Presidential Coin and Antique Co. sale #20(3/20/76) lot#599, and Charles Kirtley sale #154 lot#W023. (IMAGE)

34) Standing female figure with flags, eagle and small stars to the right. World's Columbian Exposition around above. S.D. Childs & Co. Chicago below in smalll lettering. Rv: Building with flags and dome. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Horticultural Building below. /// Rare, Aluminum / 38.2 mm / The reverse of HK168 combined with the reverse of HK172 (IMAGE)

35) Standing female figure with flags, eagle and small stars to the right. World's Columbian Exposition around above. S.D. Childs & Co. Chicago below in small lettering. Rv: Three small busts within inner circle. The Worlds Columbian around above. Souvenir below. Americas Trinity of Heroes below. 1776, 1860 and 1865 below the three busts. /// Rare, Aluminum / 38.3 mm (measured) / The reverse of HK168 combined with the reverse of HK241. (IMAGE)

36) Standing female figure with flags, eagle and small stars to the right. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Rv: Building with dome. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Bldg. below in a straight line. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / HK206a in the second edition of HK. The reverse is the same as the obverse of Eglit464. Eglit464 is not pictured in Eglit, but is pictured in the excellent article by David Schenkman in the December 1990 issue of TAMS with lots of pictures (IMAGE)

37) Top of Capitol building within beaded inner circle. Washington, D.C. Sept. 20th 1892 around above and below. Rv: Columbus landing scene within inner circle. Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago, Ills. 1893 around outside above and below. /// Commemorates a parade associated with a large GAR event held in Washington DC just prior to the opening of the Worlds Columbian Expo / Very Rare / Aluminum / 35.6mm (IMAGE)

38) Chicago city shield in center. Sailing ship to the right. Standing Indian to the left. Nude child in cloud above. Urbs In Horto on scroll below. Chicago Day around outside above. Oct. 9, 1893 outside below. Rv: Cabin on top of hill between two trees, with man talking to a man on a horse below. Sophienburg above. 1845 in exergue. S. D. Childs & Co. Chicago /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 38.5 mm / Obverse of HK168. From Presidential Coin and Antique sale #55 lot#1310, no image.

39) Scene with multiple figures depicting the landing of Columbus. Landing of Columbus below curve. Rv: Souvenir Of The World's Columbian Exposition 1893 around outside. Facts About Chicago above in two straight lines. Population 1500.000. Length Of City 26 Miles. Greatest Width 15 Miles. Total Area 190 Square Miles. 2210 Miles Of Streets. Churches Number Over 500. in seven lines. /// Common, Aluminum / 39.5 mm (measured) / HK169, Eglit18 (IMAGE)

40) Building with dome. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Building below in an arc. Rv: Ferris wheel. Greatest Mechanical Achievement Of The Age around above. Height 264 Feet Weight 4300 Tons Capacity 2160 People Engines 2000 Horsepower below in two curved lines. Ferris Wheel on ribbon above ferris wheel. /// Common, Aluminum / 44.7 mm (measured) / HK170, Eglit157 (IMAGE)

41) Ferris wheel. The Ferris Wheel above. One Of The Wonders Of The World around below. Height 264 Feet Weight 8600000 lbs. Capacity 2160 People around above within inner circle. Childs Chicago next to Ferris wheel to the right. Rv: Five buildings within five circles. Sun burst rays extend outward between four outer circles. Administration Building in the larger center circle. Machinery Hall in the left circle. Electrical Building in the top circle. Mining Building in the right circle. S. D Childs below in left circle. Chicago below in right circle. /// Common, maybe scarce, Aluminum / 38.3 mm (measured) / HK171, Eglit115 or Eglit156. The five circle reverse of HK171 is similar to the five circle obverse of HK163. The two dies are a different size, so other dies that were combined with one of these dies was never combined with the other. (IMAGE)

42) Ferris wheel. The Ferris Wheel above. One Of The Wonders Of The World around below. Height 264 Feet Weight 8600000 lbs. Capacity 2160 People around above within inner circle. Childs Chicago next to Ferris wheel to the right. Rv: Building with dome. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Bldg. below in a straight line. /// Rare to very rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / Die combination of the Obverse of HK171 with the reverse of HK206a. (IMAGE)

43) Five buildings within five circles. Sun burst rays extend outward between four outer circles. Administration Building in the larger center circle. Machinery Hall in the left circle. Electrical Building in the top circle. Mining Building in the right circle. S. D Childs below in left circle. Chicago below in right circle. Rv: This Medal Is Made Of The Wonderful Metal, Aluminum around outside. Odorless Tasteless Malleable Ductile within center circle in four straight lines. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / Obverse as the reverse of HK171. The reverse of this piece is not pictured in HK. It is the reverse of Eglit464, but is not pictured in Eglit. (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter)

44) Ferris wheel. The Ferris Wheel above. One Of The Wonders Of The World around below. Height 264 Feet Weight 8600000 lbs. Capacity 2160 People around above within inner circle. Childs Chicago next to Ferris wheel to the right. Rv: This Medal Is Made Of The Wonderful Metal, Aluminum around outside. Odorless Tasteless Malleable Ductile within center circle in four straight lines. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / The obverse of HK171 combined with the reverse of Eglit464. The only example of this die combination that I found was from Charles Kirtley sale #60 lot#C529 (with no image), described as "H&K 171 Obverse. Wonderful Aluminum reverse. EF-45.". The reverse of HK159 and HK159a also use "wonderful metal" in their inscriptions, but those dies are smaller than the obverse HK171 Ferris wheel die. Until I see an actual example of this die combination, I will have to assume that the Charles Kirtley auction description was correct. (IMAGE)

45) Ferris wheel. The Ferris Wheel above. One Of The Wonders Of The World around below. Height 264 Feet Weight 8600000 lbs. Capacity 2160 People around above within inner circle. Childs Chicago next to Ferris wheel to the right. Rv: Building with flags and dome. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Horticultural Building below. /// Scarce, Aluminum / 38.2 mm (measured) / HK172 (IMAGE)

46) Ferris wheel. The Ferris Wheel above. One Of The Wonders Of The World around below. Height 264 Feet Weight 8600000 lbs. Capacity 2160 People around above within inner circle. Childs Chicago next to Ferris wheel to the right. Rv: Standing female figure with flags, eagle and small stars to the right. World's Columbian Exposition above. S.D. Childs & Co. Chicago below in smalll lettering. /// Common, maybe scarce, Aluminum / 38.4 mm (measured) / HK173, Eglit537 (IMAGE)

47) View of fair on globe. World's-Fair Souvenir around above and below. Rv: Landing scene on globe with multiple figures. Landing Of Columbus in America October 12th 1492. below landing scene. Pat'd Dec. 1. 1891. below outside. /// Common, Aluminum / 44.5 mm (measured) / HK174, Eglit9 (IMAGE)

48) Eight female heads facing right around globe showing North and South America, Rv: Open wreath. Columbian Exposition 1492 Chicago 1892-1893 in five lines. "Pat Sept. 6, 1892" below wreath. /// Rare, Aluminum / 38.2 mm (measured) / HK175, Eglit556 (IMAGE)

49) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Building with dome. The Administration Building below. 260 Feet Square Cost $450,000 below in small print. / Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge / HK176, HK177, Eglit118 (IMAGE)

50) Building with dome. The Administration Building below. 260 Feet Square Cost $450,000 below in tiny print. Rv: View of buildings with flags. The Fisheries Building 200 X 1,100 Feet Cost $200,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Aluminum. For whatever reason, I found none described as Brass. Extremely rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper / Aluminum pieces probably all measure 35.6 mm with a reeded edge. Brass and Silver Plate pieces may all measure 35.3 mm with a plain edge / HK177a, HK177b (IMAGE)

51) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Blank except for a beaded border and a depressed blank center circle. /// Extremely rare, Brass / 35.2 mm (measured) with rounded edge / Obverse of HK176 (IMAGE)

52) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Elaborate building with many flags. Mines and Mining Building below in two straight lines. 500 X 700 Feet Cost $265,000 in tiny lettering around below. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Very rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge / HK178, HK179, Eglit125 (IMAGE)

53) Elaborate building with many flags. Mines and Mining Building below, 500 X 700 Feet Cost $265,000 in small print. Rv: Building with central dome and multiple flags. U.S. Government 345 X415 Feet 3.3 Acres Cost $400,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Aluminum. Rare in Brass. Extremely rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / Aluminum pieces probably all measure 35.6 mm with a reeded edge. Brass and Silver Plate pieces may all measure 35.3 mm with a plain edge. / HK183a, HK183b (IMAGE)

54) Elaborate building with many flags. Mines and Mining Building below in two straight lines. 500 X 700 Feet Cost $265,000 in tiny lettering around below. Rv: Two widely spaced dots. The World's Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893 above and below dots. /// Extremely rare, Described as Bronze /35.6mm?/ Reverse of HK178. Presidential Coin and Antique sale #55 lot#1083, and Paul Cunningham August 5, 1978 sale lot#1115. There were no images in either sale.

55) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Two large long buildings, one above the other. The Forestry Building 208 X 525 Feet Cost $100,000 below upper building. The Transportation Building 250 X 960 Feet Cost $370,000 below lower building in three lines. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Very rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge / HK180, HK181, Eglit128 (IMAGE)

56) Long building with central dome. The Horticultural Building 250 X 1000 Feet Cost $300,000 below in four lines. Rv: Two large long buildings, one above the other. The Forestry Building 208 X 525 Feet Cost $100,000 below upper building. The Transportation Building 250 X 960 Feet Cost $370,000 below lower building in three lines. /// Very scarce in Aluminum. Rare in Brass. Extremely rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / Aluminum pieces probably all measure 35.6mm with a reeded edge. Brass and Silver Plate pieces may all measure 35.3 mm with a plain edge / HK181a (IMAGE)

57) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Building with central dome and multiple flags. U.S. Government 345 X415 Feet 3.3 Acres Cost $400,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Very rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge. / HK182, HK183, Eglit130 (IMAGE)

58) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Large long building. The Art Palace 320 X 500 Feet Cost $670,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Very rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge. / HK184, HK185, Eglit121 (IMAGE)

59)Large building. The Art Palace 320 X 500 Feet Cost $670,000 below in three lines. Rv: Large building with flags. The Agricultural Building 500 X 800 Feet Cost $618,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Aluminum. Rare in Brass. Extremely rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / Aluminum pieces probaby all measure 35.6mm with a reeded edge. Brass and Silver Plate pieces may all measure 35.3 mm with a plain edge. / HK185a, HK185b, HK185c; Eglit123 (IMAGE)

60) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Long building with central dome. The Horticultural Building 250 X 1000 Feet Cost $300,000 below in four lines. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Very rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge. / HK186, HK186a, HK187, Eglit124 (IMAGE)

61) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Building with large central entrance and tall spires at corners. The Electrical Building 345 Ft. Wide 700 Ft. Long Cost $401,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge. / HK188, HK188a, HK189, Eglit126 (IMAGE)

62) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Building with two spires at center. The Machinery Hall 850 Ft. Long. 500 Ft. Wide Cost $1,200,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Very rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as bronze or copper that could in fact be brass. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge. / HK190, HK191, Eglit120 (IMAGE)

63) Building with two spires at center. The Machinery Hall 850 Ft. Long. 500 Ft. Wide Cost $1,200,000 below in three lines. Rv: Large rectangular building. The Womans Building 200 X 400 Feet Cost $120,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Aluminum. Rare in Brass. Extremely rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / Aluminum pieces probaby all measure 35.6 mm with a reeded edge. Brass and Silver Plate pieces may all measure 35.3 mm with a plain edge / HK192, Eglit536 (IMAGE)

64) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: View of buildings with flags. The Fisheries Building 200 X 1,100 Feet Cost $200,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge. / HK193, HK194, HK195, Eglit127 (IMAGE)

65) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Large long building with flags. The Agricultural Building 500 X 800 Feet Cost $618,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge. / HK196, HK196a, HK197, Eglit122 (IMAGE)

66) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Large rectangular building. The Womans Building 200 X 400 Feet Cost $120,000 below in three lines. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Very rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge. / HK198, HK198a, HK199, Eglit129 (IMAGE)

67) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Building and ship within ornamental borders above. One long rectangular building below. Casino And Music Hall upper left. Imitation Battle Ship upper right. Manufactures and Liberal Arts below lower building. 787 X 1687 Feet 51 Acres Cost $1,500,000 below in small lettering. /// Very scarce in Brass and Aluminum with Brass being slightly more common. Very rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper if in fact it exists at all. Be careful of worn pieces described as Bronze or Copper that could in fact be Brass. / 35.6 mm with all probably having a reeded edge. / HK200, HK201, HK201a, HK202, Eglit119 (IMAGE)

68) Building with large central entrance and tall spires at corners. The Electrical Building 345 Ft. Wide 700 Ft. Long Cost $401,000 below in three lines. Rv: Building and ship within ornamental borders above. One long rectangular building below. Casino And Music Hall upper left. Imitation Battle Ship upper right. Manufactures and Liberal Arts below lower building. 787 X 1687 Feet 51 Acres Cost $1,500,000 below in small lettering. /// Very scarce in Aluminum. Rare in Brass. Extremely rare in Silver Plate. Extremely rare in Copper. / Aluminum pieces probaby all measure 35.6 mm with a reeded edge. Brass and Silver Plate pieces may all measure 35.3 mm with a plain edge. / HK203, HK203a, HK203b (IMAGE)

69) Three buildings on top of each other in three sections. Rv: Sailing ship with two smaller ships to the right. Columbus In Sight Of The New World around above. The Santa Maria in exergue below. Hanson in microscopic lettering at bottom left base of sea scene. /// Very scarce in Aluminum. Very rare in Brass or Bronze / 38.1 mm (measured) / HK204, Eglit62

70) Standing female figure with flags, eagle and small stars to the right. World's Columbian Exposition around above. S.D. Childs & Co. Chicago below in smalll lettering. Rv: Five buildings within five circles. Sun burst rays extend outward between four outer circles. Administration Building in the larger center circle. Machinery Hall in the left circle. Electrical Building in the top circle. Mining Building in the right circle. S. D Childs below in left circle. Chicago below in right circle. /// Rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / HK205 (IMAGE)

71) Standing female figure with flags, eagle and small stars to the right. World's Columbian Exposition around above. S.D. Childs & Co. Chicago below in smalll lettering. Rv: Large building with many flags. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building in two straight lines below. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / HK206, Eglit565 (IMAGE)

72) Columbus facing left within open wreath. The World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Statue and New York harbor. Statue Of Liberty New York above in one curved line and one straight line. Height 298 Ft. in exergue below. /// This piece comes in three different die varieties using two different obverse dies and two different reverse dies. / Found in various medals. All metals together, Rare / Aluminum, Brass(Gilt?), and Silver Plate-each rare to very rare. Extremely rare in Copper / 35.3 - 35.7 mm and found with a reeded edge or a plain edge. HK207, HK207a, HKHK208, Eglit295 (IMAGE)

73) Tower with light on top. World's Fair around above to the left and right of top of tower. Chicago Columbus Tower to the left. Height, 1500 Ft. Cost, $300.000. to the right. 1893 below. Rv: Exposition building with flags flying left. Annual Interstate Souvenir around above in two curved lines. Chicago Exposition below in two lines with the first line straight and the second line curved. /// Rare in White Metal. I have never found one described as Copper, so extremely rare as such. I did find one described as "brass plated" Found holed a bit less than half the time in white metal / 37 mm / HK209, HK209a, Eglit250

74) Bust right with ruffed high collar. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1892 below with three stars on either side. Rv: Building with two spires. World's Fair Colorado Building around above outside. Our Slogan Free Coinage of Silver around above inside. /// Rare, Aluminum. Very rare, Silver. Extremely rare in Bronze or Nickel. / 37.9 mm (measured) / HK210, HK1006; Eglit497 and Eglit497a (IMAGE)

75) Bust right with ruffled high collar. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1892 below with three stars on either side. Rv: Corner view of building with central dome. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Building around below. /// Described as being in Silver, Silver Plated Copper, and Aluminum. Very to extremely rare in all metals./ 37.9 mm(measured) / The obverse of HK210 combined with the obverse of HK210a(which is also the obverse of Eglit546). Charles Kirtley sale October 14, 1989 lot#15 and lot#16 with picture. (IMAGE)

76) Bust right with ruffled high collar. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1892 below with three stars on either side. Rv: Building. Columbian Bazaar For The Childrens Home Chicago..... followed by dates, around above in two arcs /// Very rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / Obverse of HK210. Reverse the same as the reverse of HK210 but with a different legend. Charles Kirtley sale #104 lot#1554. (IMAGE)

77) Bust right with ruffled high collar. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1892 below with three stars on either side. Rv: Multi-story building. Masonic Fraternity Temple around above. Chicago below. Hanson signed /// Extremely rare, Silver Plated Copper / 38 mm / Charles Kirtley sale #80 lot#1128 with picture

78) Corner view of building with central dome. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Building around below. Rv: Building with two spires. World's Fair Colorado Building around above outside. Our Slogan Free Coinage of Silver around above inside. /// Very to extremely rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / HK210a in the second edition of HK (IMAGE)

79) Log building with pitched roof, World's Columbian Exposition above around. Idaho Building in two straight lines below. S.D. Childs & Co. and Chicago. below to the left and right of building in microscopic lettering. Rv: Blank. /// Very rare in Aluminum. Extremely rare in White Metal / 38.3 mm (measured) / HK211, Eglit566 (IMAGE)

80) Two standing figures facing with arms connecting. World's Columbian Exposition around above outside. Commonwealth of Kentucky around above within the middle circle. United We Stand Divided We Fall around above inner circle. Chicago below. Rv: Bearded bust left with mustache. Columbian Exposition to the left and right. S.P. Gross below. O. Altstein in microscopic lettering at lower right bust. /// Very rare in Copper. Extremely rare in Silver or Aluminum / 38.1 mm (measured) / HK212, HK212a, Eglit567 (IMAGE)

81) Bust on globe slightly right. Eagle above. Genoa 1447 Palos 1492 San Salvador 1492 Chicago 1893 on ribbon below around. Rv: Shield, birds and turtles. 1893 Commemorating Maryland's Participation In The World's Columbian Exposition in five lines. Copyright 1893 By Frank Brown Governor of Maryland below. /// Found in White Metal or Bronze. Very scarce in each metal. / 44.9 mm / HK213, HK213a, Eglit138 (IMAGE)

82) Building with flags. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Michigan Building below building. Childs Chicago around below in small lettering. Rv: Michigan Worlds Fair Board above around. I.M. Weston Pres. E.H. Belden Vice Pres. J.W. Flynn Treas. Peter White Mrs. J.S. Valentine Mrs. J.A. Pond John T. Rich Mark W. Stevens Secy. in twelve lines. /// Scarce, Aluminum / 38.1 mm (measured) / HK214, Eglit219 (IMAGE)

83) Building with flags. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Michigan Building below building. Childs Chicago around below in small lettering. Rv: Sunbursts above and below name. J.M. Weston President. in two straight lines. /// Very rare and considerably rarer than HK214 / Aluminum / 38.2 mm (measured) / The obverse of HK214 with a different reverse. (IMAGE)

84) Building with flags. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Michigan Building below building. Childs Chicago around below in small lettering. Rv: Mrs. Julia A. Pond, Member, Board Of Managers, 1893 in four lines. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 38.4 mm / The obverse as HK214 with an unlisted reverse. Presidential Coin and Antique Co. sale #55 lot#1095

85) Log cabin within inner circle. Michigan Forestry Exhibit around outside above. Logging Camp around outside below. Worlds Fair around above within inner circle. 1893 below. Childs Chicago to the left and right below cabin in tiny lettering. Rv: Large load of logs being pulled by horses. Champion Load of Logs around above. 36055 Feet Weight 144 tons Drawn By Est. Of Thomas Nester below. /// Very scarce, Aluminum / 38.3 mm (measured) / HK215, Eglit220, Rulau Chi 108 (IMAGE)

86) Log cabin within inner circle. Michigan Forestry Exhibit around outside above. Logging Camp around outside below. Worlds Fair around above within inner circle. 1893 below. Childs Chicago to the left and right below cabin in tiny lettering. Rv: Sunbursts above and below name. J.M. Weston President. in two straight lines. /// Very rare and considerably rarer than HK215 / Aluminum / 38.2 mm (measured) / Obverse of HK215 combined with a different reverse. (IMAGE)

87) Building with flag within inner circle. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago Ills. U.S.A. 1893 around below. Ohio Building below building in a straight line. Rv: Monument with figure on top. Mother Ohio & Her Jewels to the left and right. Grant Stanton Chase Sherman Garfield Sheridan Ohio's Heroic Sons on base of monument. /// Very scarce in Aluminum. Rare, maybe very rare in Brass. / 35 mm / HK216, HK217 Eglit557 (IMAGE)

88) Building in center circle. Ohio's Stone & Mineral Exhibit around above. At Chicago 92 & 93 around below. Rv: Monument with figure on top. Mother Ohio & Her Jewels to the left and right. Grant Stanton Chase Sherman Garfield Sheridan Ohio's Heroic Sons on base of monument. /// Extremely rare, Gilt Bronze / 35 mm / The reverse of HK216 combined with the reverse of HK219. From Paul Cunningham sale #41(August 1982) lot#50 where it was described as:"Unlisted mule: has obv. of (Eglit)441 (Ohio’s Stone and Mineral Exhibit), rev. is (Eglit)557 ("Mother Ohio and Her Jewels"); gilt BZ, AU, light marks obv. HK216/HK219. Est. $50."

89) World globe within inner circle with Chicago marked on the left side of the globe. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago, Ills. 1893 around below. Rv: Monument with figure on top. Mother Ohio & Her Jewels to the left and right. Grant Stanton Chase Sherman Garfield Sheridan Ohio's Heroic Sons on base of monument. /// Extremely rare, Brass / 35 mm / Obverse ofHK219 combined with the reverse of HK216. From Presidential Coin and Antique sale #55 lot#1121

90) Building with flag within inner circle. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago Ills. U.S.A. 1893 around below. Ohio Building below building in a straight line. Rv: 1492 Wm. Ritchie Hamilton, Ohio U.S. Commissioner 1892 in five lines. /// Very scarce, Aluminum / 35 mm / HK218, Eglit440 (IMAGE)

91) World globe within inner circle with Chicago marked on the left side of the globe. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago, Ills. 1893 around below. Rv: Building in center circle. Ohio's Stone & Mineral Exhibit around above. At Chicago 92 & 93 around below. /// Scarce, Aluminum / 35.1 mm / HK219, Eglit441 (IMAGE)

92) World globe within inner circle with Chicago marked on the left side of the globe. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago, Ills. 1893 around below. Rv: Crossed cannons superimposed over shield and flags. Eagle above. Swords below. No inscriptions. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 35 mm / Obverse of HK219 combined with GAR reverse. Charles Kirtley sale #157(March 14, 1998) lot#1251 with picture.

93) Liberty head left in high relief. Stars around in outer circle. 1892 below. Small W.M. below bust. Rv: Columbus landing scene with multiple figures. Dedicated To The American People In Honor Of The 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above. United We Stand Divided We Fall below. 1492 inside inner circle below. /// Scarce in Aluminum. Very scarce in Bronze. Rare in Gilt. Also known in extremely rare White Metal and Silver. Attractive and popular. / 35.8 mm / HK220, HK221, HK222, Eglit51, Eglit51a (IMAGE)

94) Liberty head left in low relief. Stars around in outer circle. Beaded outer border next to rim. 1892 below. Small W.M. below bust. Rv: Columbus landing scene with multiple figures. Dedicated To The American People In Honor Of The 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above. United We Stand Divided We Fall below. 1492 inside inner circle below. /// Rare in Aluminum. Unlike the high relief version, the low relief version is quite hard to find in anything but aluminum. My linked image here is an example in brass. Besides the bronze low relief entry in HK, it may also exist in gilt, silver, and silver plate. / 35.8 mm / HK220a, HK222a (IMAGE)

95) Standing figure with arms held out from side. Christopher Colvmbvs Oct XII MCCCCXCII at upper right. Rv: Central rectangle between two torches. Globe and two figures above. Worlds Columbian Exposition In Commemoration Of The Four Hundredth Anniversary Of The Landing Of Columbus MDCCCXCII MDCCCXCIII within rectangle. To C. Emmerich & Co. within lower part of rectangle. /// Scarce, Copper / 38 mm / HK223, Eglit19 (IMAGE)

96) Standing figure with arms held out from side, Christopher Colvmbvs Oct XII MCCCCXCII at upper right. Rv: Central rectangle between two torches. Globe and two figures above. Worlds Columbian Exposition In Commemoration Of The Four Hundredth Anniversary Of The Landing Of Columbus MDCCCXCII MDCCCXCIII within rectangle. To Chas. Emmerich & Co. within lower part of rectangle. /// Die cracked reverse die. Rare, and rarer than the "C. Emmerich" variety, Copper / 38.4 mm (IMAGE courtesy John Wihlborg)

97) Standing figure with arms held out from side, Christopher Colvmbvs Oct XII MCCCCXCII at upper right. Rv: Central rectangle between two torches. Globe and two figures above. Worlds Columbian Exposition In Commemoration Of The Four Hundredth Anniversary Of The Landing Of Columbus MDCCCXCII MDCCCXCIII within rectangle. To W.W. Kimball Co. within lower part of rectangle. /// Very rare, Gilt / 38.2 mm (measured) / Obverse of HK223 but with a different name on reverse. (IMAGE)

98) Standing figure with arms held out from side, Christopher Colvmbvs Oct XII MCCCCXCII at upper right. Rv: Central rectangle between two torches. Globe and two figures above. Worlds Columbian Exposition In Commemoration Of The Four Hundredth Anniversary Of The Landing Of Columbus MDCCCXCII MDCCCXCIII within rectangle. To Frederick Stearns & Co within lower part of rectangle. /// Very to Extremely rare variety of HK223 / Copper / 38.4 mm (measured) / Obverse HK223 with different name on reverse. (IMAGE)

99) Bust right within inner circle. Thick wreath-like border. Columbus below. Rv: Sailing ship above. Two branches to the sides. Santa Maria below ship. Columbian Exposition Chicago, 1893 below three stars. /// Rare in White Metal or Pewter. Extremely rare in Bronze. Also exists in Gilt / 40mm / Hk225, HK226, Eglit559 and Eglit304 (IMAGE)

100) Bust slightly right with hat within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around above, 1492-1892 below. Rv: Domed building. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Building around below in an arc. /// Very scarce, Aluminum / 34.8 mm / HK227, Eglit430 (IMAGE)

101) Bust slightly right with hat within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1892 below. Rv: House like structure with no wording. /// Very Rare, Brass or Gilt Brass / 34.8 mm / The obverse of HK227 with a different reverse. Charles Kirtley sale October 14, 1989 lot#184 with picture. (IMAGE)

102) Bust slightly right with hat within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1892 below. Rv: Large SV monogram. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 35 mm / The obverse of HK227 with a different reverse. Charles Kirtley October 9, 1993 sale lot#1206 with picture

103) Bust slightly right with hat within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around above and below. 1492-1892 around to the left and right. Rv: Raphael's Columbian Day Souvenir in four mostly curved lines. /// Very to extremely rare, Aluminum / 35 mm / Same portrait as the obverse of HK227 but with a different inscription arrangement. Unlisted reverse. Charles Kirtley sale #157 lot #1253 with photo. Go HERE and look at Unlisted #16 for image.

104) Bust slightly right with hat within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around above, 1492-1892 below. Rv: Three race horses and riders in a dead heat. A Close Finish. below in one line. /// Very to extremely rare, Bronze / 35 mm / The obverse of HK227 with a different reverse. Presidential Coin and Antique Company sale #52 lot#1355 for picture

105) Bust slightly right with hat within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around above, 1492-1892 below. Rv: Large BTR monogram. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 34.8 mm (measured) / Obverse of HK227 with a BTR monogram reverse. I do not know the meaning of the reverse monogram. (IMAGE)

106) Bust slightly right with hat. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. 1492 below. Rv: Aerial view of fair. The World's Columbian Exposition around. 1892 below. /// Very scarce, Aluminum / 37.1 mm (measured) / HK228, Eglit257 (IMAGE)

107) Bust right. Columbus 1492-1892 to the left and right. Rv: Columbus landing scene with multiple figures, most of who are standing. Landing of Columbus in exergue below in two curved lines. /// Scarce in White Metal. Rare in Bronze / 37.8 mm (measured) / HK224, HK224a, Eglit541 (IMAGE)

108) Bust right. Columbus 1492-1892 to the left and right. Rv: Landing scene with two men kneeling to the left of flag pole an facing right. Another man to the right of flag pole. Ship off to the left in the distance. Landing Of Columbus below in two linees. /// Very rare, White Metal / 38 mm / The obverse of HK224 combined with a different reverse. Presidential Coin and Antique #83(June 2013) lot #852 for picture. (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter)

109) Bust slightly right with hat. World's Columbian Fair above and to the sides. 1492 and 1892 above shoulders. Chicago, U.S. below. Rv: View of miners. The Miners' to the left. Bonanza to the right. Rocky Mountains above. Patent Applied For below. /// Often comes with a slot hole and a smaller hole above, but can be found unholed. Very Rare, Extremely Rare unholed; Aluminum / Oval / HK229, Eglit563.

110) Bust slightly left with ruffed figure eight collar. Ornate outside border with small shields. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. Rv: Men in rowboat. Man with flag on the bow. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above in two curves. 1492-Oct.-1892 below. /// Scarce in Bronze. Very scarce in White Metal. Very rare in Aluminum / 38.2 mm (measured) / HK230, HK230a, Eglit387 (IMAGE)

111) Bust slightly left with ruffed high collar. Ornate outside border with small shields. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. Rv: Sailing ship. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above and below. Celebrated In Chicago above. Oct. 21-1892 below ship. /// Rare to very rare in either White Metal or Bronze / 38.2 mm (measured) / The obverse of HK230 combined with the reverse of HK238. Eglit305 (IMAGE)

112) Man on pedestal holding globe in left hand. 1492 Columbus 1892 to the left and right and around above. Souvenir Medal below. Rv: Men in rowboat. Man with flag on the bow. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above in two curves. 1492-Oct.-1892 around below. /// Rare, maybe very rare in either White Metal or Bronze. Rarer than either HK230 or HK238 / 38 mm / Eglit307. A die combination of the obverse of HK238 with the reverse of HK230. The obverse of this piece is also the same as the obverse of HK627. Presidential Coin and Antique sale #61 lot#683, and Charles Kirtley sale #61 lot#F014 (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter)

113) Bust 3/4 right. Sts. Phillip & James' Church around outside above. Rev. R.E. Burke, Rector around above bust. Oct 12 1892 Phillipsburg, N.J. below in two curved lines. Rv: Men in rowboat. Man with flag on the bow. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above in two curves. 1492-Oct.-1892 around below. /// Rare, maybe very rare in either White Metal or Bronze. Rarer than either HK230 or HK238 / 38 mm / Eglit309. The reverse of HK627 combined with the reverse of HK230. Charles Kirtley sale #61 lot#F016, and Collector's Auctions Ltd sale #32 lot#1730 (IMAGE)

114) Bust slightly left. Christopher Columbus. to the left and right above shoulders. Rv: Coat of arms. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around. 1492-1892 below with two small stars to either side. /// Very scarce. Almost all are holed. White Metal / 40 mm / HK231, Eglit426 (IMAGE)

115) Bust left with fur collar. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. S.H.Q. & S. Phila. around to the lower left in tiny lettering. Rv: Scene depicting the landing of Columbus with flag. Columbus Discovering America around above. 1492 below. /// Rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / HK232, Eglit306. (IMAGE)

116) Bust left with fur collar. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. S.H.Q. & S. Phila. around to the lower left in tiny lettering. Rv: Standing female figure. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below /// Very to extremely rare, White Metal / 38 mm / Obverse is the same as the obverse of HK232. The reverse is similar to the reverse of HK168 but without flags or stars. A piece with the same reverse and very SIMILAR obverse is pictured in the Charles Kirtley October 14, 1989 sale lot#127.

117) Bust left. Grover Cleveland around to the left and right. S.H.Q. on truncation Rv: Scene depicting the landing of Columbus with flag. Columbus Discovering America around above. 1492 below. /// Rare in White Metal and almost always holed, sometimes with attached ribbon and pinbar. Very rare in Aluminum and unholed. Reverse similar to HK232(slightly different) / 38.4 mm / Eglit79 (IMAGE)

118) Scene depicting the landing of Columbus with flag all within inner circle. Columbus Discovering America around above outside. 1492 below outside. Rv: Battleship. Statue of Liberty in the distance. Soldier and sailor standing right and left holding rifles. No inscription/// Very scarce to rare in Aluminum but usually holed. Extremely rare in Bronze. / 38 mm / Eglit221. The reverse of HK232 combined with a different die. Charles Kirtley sale #89 lot#1543 with picture. (IMAGE)

119) Bust left. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. Rv: The Lords Prayer: Our Father Who Art In Heaven Hallowed Be Thy Name Thy Kingdom Come..... in 15 lines. / Very rare, White Metal / 33.2 mm / HK233, HK233a, Eglit506

120) Bearded and laureated bust left within depressed center circle. Christopher Columbus around above. Discoverer 1492 around below. Rv: Landing scene with four figures within inner circle. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above. Oct 12 1892 below. /// Very to extremely rare in Bronze or White Metal / 37.6 mm / HK234, HK234a, Eglit347 (IMAGE)

121) Bust of Columbus with no hat or beard facing slightly right Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. Discoverer 1492 around below. Rv: Landing scene with multiple figures within inner circle. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above. Oct 12 1892 below. /// Extremely rare, White Metal / 38 mm / The reverse of HK234 combined with a different obverse. Charles Kirtley October 17, 1992 sale lot#1646 with picture

122) Bearded and laureated bust left within depressed center circle. Christopher Columbus around above. Discoverer 1492 around below. Rv: View of exposition. The World's Columbian Exposition Chicago Ill. U.S.A. around above. May To Oct. 1893 below. /// Very rare, White Metal / 37.7 mm / Eglit13. The obverse of HK234 combined with the reverse of Eglit236, Eglit333, and Eglit356. The same as #126 below but with obverse the same as the obverse of HK234. This reverse is not pictured anywhere in either HK or Eglit. Charles Kirtley January 14, 1997 for picture of obverse only with hanger. Image courtesy Heritage Auctions (IMAGE)

123) Columbus bust left within center circle surrounded by shields of countries with names of each country in tiny lettering. Crist. Colon to the left and right of bust. Rv: Standing Columbus in landing scene within center circle. No inscription but with same border of shields as on obverse but with different countries. /// Charles Kirtley sale #80 lot #1153(March 1992 with picture), and also Presidential Coin and Antique Company #55 lot#137(with better picture). Very Rare / Eglit294 / Silver / 42.9mm

124) Bearded and laureated bust left. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. 1492 below. Rv: Three buildings, one above the other. Worlds Fair Buildings Chicago, Ill. around above. Dec'd. Oct. 21. 1892 below. /// Rare with more than three quarters of them holed / White Metal / 37.7 mm (measured) / HK235 as described in the second edition of HK. Eglit308. (IMAGE)

125) Bearded and laureated bust left. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. 1492 below. Rv: Landing scene with four figures within inner circle. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above. Oct 12 1892 below. /// Very scarce, White Metal / 37.7 mm / HK236, Eglit432 (IMAGE)

126) Bearded and laureated bust left NOT within sunken center circle. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. 1492 below. Rv: View of exposition. The World's Columbian Exposition Chicago Ill. U.S.A. around above. May To Oct. 1893 below. /// Very rare, White Metal / 38 mm / Eglit236; Same obverse as HK235(second edition of HK) and HK236, combined with the same reverse as Eglit13, Eglit333, and Eglit356. This piece is the same as #122 above except Columbus is on a plain field instead of a depressed inner circle. Note that the obverse of HK235 in the first edition of HK is described as being the same as the obverse of HK234, but in the second edition of HK, the obverse of HK235 is shown as being the same as the obverse of HK236. The reverse of this medal is not pictured anywhere in either HK or Eglit. (IMAGE)

127) Male bust slightly right with hat. Half wreath below. Christopher Columbus 1492-1893 around above. Rv: Five buildings within five circles. Ornamental scrolls between four outer circles. Administration Building in the larger center circle. Machinery Hall in outer left circle with the last part of HALL covered up. Electrical Bldg in upper circle. Mining Bldg in right circle. Building inside of bottom of lower circle. /// Rare, Aluminum / 37.1 mm (measured) / HK236a (IMAGE)

128) Male bust slightly right with hat. Half wreath below. Christopher Columbus 1492-1893 around above. Rv: Building with large front entrance and spires at the corners. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Electrical Building below in a curve. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 37.1 mm (measured) / The obverses of HK236a and HK159a. Reverse as the obverse of HK161a in the second edition of HK (IMAGE)

129) Male bust slightly right with hat. Half wreath below. Christopher Columbus 1492-1893 around above. Rv: Building with central dome. Half globe under building. Horticultural Building between building and globe. 1893 split to the left and right of globe. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 37.1 mm (measured) / The obverse of HK236a and HK159a in the second edition of HK. Reverse not in HK (IMAGE)

130) Five buildings within five circles. Ornamental scrolls between four outer circles. Administration Building in the larger center circle. Machinery Hall in outer left circle with the last part of HALL covered up. Electrical Bldg in upper circle. Mining Bldg in right circle. Building inside of bottom of lower circle.Rv: Open Wreath. This Medal Is Made Of The Wonderful Metal around outside. Aluminum Tasteless Odorless Ductile Untarnishable Malleable in six lines within wreath. /// Very to extremely rare, Aluminum / 37.1 mm / Obverse of HK162a or reverse of HK236a combined with the reverse of HK159a. The reverse of HK159 and Hk159a are similar but with a different order to the words describing aluminum. (IMAGE)

131) Male bust slightly right with hat. Half wreath below. Christopher Columbus 1492-1893 around above. Rv: Open Wreath. This Medal Is Made Of The Wonderful Metal around outside. Aluminum Tasteless Odorless Ductile Untarnishable Malleable in six lines within wreath. /// Very to extremely rare, Aluminum / 37.1 mm (measurement in the second edition of HK is in error) / HK159a in second edition of HK (IMAGE)

132) Bust left with beard and ruffed high collar. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-Chicago, U.S.A.-1892 around below. Rv: Blank. /// Rare, Brass / 34 mm / HK237, Eglit237

133) Bust left with beard and ruffled high collar. Cristophus Columbus around above. 1492-Chicago, U.S.A.-1892 around below. Rv: Blank. /// Rare / Brass / 34.4 mm (measured) / HK237e (IMAGE)

134) Bust left with beard and ruffled high collar. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-Chicago, U.S.A.-1892 around below. Rv: Incuse reverse. /// Very to extremely rare in Bronze or Gilt Bronze / 35 mm / Like HK237 except the reverse is incuse. Kurt Krueger sale #55 lot#4741, and Rich Hartzog 9/4/84 sale lot#3057

135) Bust right within thick closed outer wreath. Worlds Fair Chicago 1893 on wreath above. Rv: Blank. Hexagonal. /// Brass, Lead, Bronze, and possibly White Metal. Very to extremely rare in Brass or Lead. Extremely rare in Bronze or White Metal? / 34 mm / HK237a, HK237b, Eglit66? but reference to 63, 63A, and 63B in Eglit must be in error. (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter

136) Standing male figure on board a ship. Cristoforo Colombo around above. 1492 1892 below. Rv: Blank. Hexagonal. /// Lead, Copper, or Brass. Very to extremely rare in all metals. There are also a few rare Lead die trials that are not hexagonal / 44.3 mm / HK237c, 237d(IMAGE)

137) Man on pedestal holding globe in his left hand. 1492 Columbus 1892 around above. Souvenir Medal around below. Rv: Sailing ship. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around above and below. Celebrated In Chicago above. Oct. 21-1892 below ship. /// Very scarce in Bronze. Very scarce to rare in White Metal. Very rare, maybe extremely rare in Aluminum / 38.3 mm / HK238, Eglit189 (IMAGE)

138) Male figure on pedestal with his left hand on globe and his right hand holding a document. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1892-3. below. Columbus on base of pedestal in small print. Rv: Landing scene above. Building with central dome below. 1492 above. 1892 below. /// Scarce, Aluminum / 38.3 mm / HK239, Eglit43 (IMAGE)

139) Standing female holding long ribbon with raised arm. Globe on base next to shield. Flag and Expo building behind. Columbian Exposition Chicago U.S.A. on ribbon. 1893 on base below shield. Our Field on globe. Rv: Scene depicting the landing of Columbus with flag all within inner circle. Columbus Discovering America around above outside. 1492 below outside. /// Rare in Aluminum. Very rare in White Metal. Extremely rare in Bronze / 38.1 mm / HK240, Eglit560 (IMAGE)

140) Two busts on either side of baby Ruth. Eagle above. Nov. 8, 1892. above. Of The People And For The People on streamers. Baby Ruth below. S.D. Childs Chicago in tiny lettering next to rim split to the left and right. Rv: Three small busts. The Worlds Columbian around above. Souvenir below. Americas Trinity of Heroes below. 1776, 1860 and 1865 below the three busts. /// Scarce, White metal / 38.2 mm / HK241, Eglit80, Eglit80a (IMAGE)

141) Reaper within center circle. Like McCormick Machines This Medal Combines Extreme Lightness With Extreme Strength around inside circle. Souvenir Of The World's Columbian Exposition Chicago around outside. 1893 below. Rv: Bust partially left. Cyrus Hall McCormick The Inventor Of The Reaper around outside. The Sun Never Sets On The McCormick around inside. 1831" below. /// Very scarce, Aluminum / 37.2 mm / HK242, Eglit44(Eglit does not distinguish between HK242 and HK243. Look at #142 below) (IMAGE)

142) Reaper within center circle. Like McCormick Machines, This Medal Combines Extreme Lightness With Extreme Strength around inside circle. Souvenir Of The World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago around outside. 1893 below. Rv: Bust partially left. Cyrus Hall McCormick The Inventor Of The Reaper around outside. The Sun Never Sets On The McCormick around inside. 1831 below. S.D. Childs, Chicago below bust. /// Scarce, Aluminum / 37.2 mm / HK243, Eglit44(Eglit does not distinguish between HK242 and HK243. Look at #141 above) (IMAGE)

143) Female bust right with fan-like design in background. Mrs. Potter Palmer to the left and right. Childs Chicago in tiny lettering next to rim split to the left and right. Rv: Open wreath. President Board Of Lady Managers above and within open wreath in five lines. World's Columbian Exposition around below. /// Rare, Aluminum / 38.3 mm / HK243a, Eglit42(should have been numbered Eglit41 in Eglit. There are two pieces in succession listed as #42 in Eglit, which is in error) (IMAGE)

144) Female bust right with plain background. Mrs. Potter Palmer. around above. Childs Chicago in tiny lettering to the lower left next to rim. Rv: Open wreath. President Board Of Lady Managers above and within open wreath in five lines. World's Columbian Exposition around below. /// Very rare and rarer than HK243a / Aluminum / 38.2 mm / HK243c (IMAGE)

145) Bearded bust right with bow tie. Colonel Geo. R. Davis around above. Childs Chicago in tiny lettering to the lower left next to rim. Rv: Open wreath. Director General within wreath. World's Columbian Exposition around below. /// Rare, Aluminum. Eglit says this exists in Silver, but I have never run across one. / 38.2 mm (measured) / HK243b, Eglit53 (IMAGE)

146) Two small busts. Souvenir Medal around above. World's Columbian Exposition Chicago around below. 1492 1898 above within inner circle. Columbus and C.W.G. Ferris above busts. The Ferris Wheel Dimensions in four curved lines. Height 264 Feet Weight 4300 Tons Capacity 2160 Persons Engines 2000 Horse Power below within inner circle. Rv: Ferris wheel within inner circle. Ferris Wheel around above. Greatest Mechanical Achievement Of The Age around below. /// Scarce / Aluminum / 38.1 mm / Eglit20. Neither side of this piece is pictured anywhere in HK. (IMAGE)

147) Bust of Columbus slightly right with hat. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Christopher Columbus in smaller print around above bust. 1492 below. Rv: Building. Souvenir Of The Indiana Building Chicago around above. 1816 above. 1893 below. /// Very scarce, maybe Rare, White metal / 37.0 mm / Eglit11. Eglit describes this piece as being 32mm which is in error (IMAGE)

148) Building. World's Columbian Exposition above in an arc. Agricultural Building Chicago 1893 below in three lines. Rv: Coat of arms. Star at bottom. The Oriental Republic Of Uruguay around. /// Included with the variety below, Rare to Very rare. I do not know which variety is rarer, Aluminum / 37.2 mm / With or without date varieties-look below. Obverse the same as HK161b in the second edition of HK (IMAGE)

149) Building. World's Columbian Exposition above in an arc. Agricultural Building Chicago 1893 below in three lines. Rv: Coat of arms. The Oriental Republic Of Uruguay around. July 18, 1893. with star star between JULY and 18. /// Included with the variety above, Rare to Very rare. I do not know which variety is rarer, Aluminum / 37.2 mm / Varieties with or without date - look above. (IMAGE)

150) Arms of Massachusetts with standing Indian in center.Ense Petit Placidam Sublibertate Quietem on scroll around to the left and right. Rv: World's Columbian Exposition Chicago around above and below. Massachusetts Delegation June 17th 1893 in center in four lines with the first line curved. /// Rare, maybe very rare, Bronze / 41 mm / Eglit589. Charles Kirtley October 14, 1989 sale lot#532 with picture. Also Presidential Coin and Antique Co. sale #63 lot#324 for another picture with hanger. (IMAGE)

151) Arms of Massachusetts with standing Indian in center. Ense Petit Placidam Sublibertate Quietem on scroll around to the left and right. Rv: Massachusetts Delegation around above. To World's Columbian Exposition Chicago 1892 in five straight lines. /// Rare, maybe very rare, Bronze / 41 mm / Eglit590. Charles Kirtley sale #80 lot#1135

152) Bust right inside of lyre and between flags. The American Union Of Swedish Singers around and above. First Festival below. Rv: Building with tall central spire. Swedish Days at the Worlds Fair around above. Chicago July 20. 21. 22, 1893. below in two curved lines /// Rare, Aluminum / 40 mm / Rulau Chi 157.

153) Bust left with fur collar. Christopher Columbus 1492 around above. Rv: Birds eye view of fairgrounds within inner circle. The World's Columbian Exposition Chicago Ill. U.S.A. around above. May to Oct. 1893 below. /// Extremely rare in Bronze. Very Rare in White Metal / 38 mm / Eglit333. The obverse has the same portrait as HK232 but with a different legend. Neither side of this piece is pictured in HK. Charles Kirtley October 17, 1992 lot#1659 with picture. (IMAGE)

154) Bust right. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. O.L.W. under chin, Rv: Three ships. To Commemorate the Dedication of the World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago On The Four Hundredth Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America By Christopher Columbus October 21 1892 above and below ships in eleven lines. /// Found in multiple metals: silver, white metal, bronze, nickel, aluminum, lead, and silver plate, with lead and nickel perhaps being the rarest, and the most common possibly being bronze, with the majority in bronze being looped and often with attached ribbon hanger. The American Numismatic Society in New York has a number of these on their web site in various metals with pictures. / 34.9 mm / Eglit334 and Eglit406 with picture. (IMAGE)

155) Bust 3/4 right in uniform. Admiral Dewey around to the upper left and upper right. Rv: Ferris wheel in center circle. Ferris Wheel above. Greatest Mechanical Achievement Of The Age around below. /// Very to extremely rare, Silver Plated Copper / 37 mm / The reverse of this piece is the same as Eglit20(Columbus-Ferris). TAMS December 1991 page 223 with picture; Presidential Coin and Antique Co. sale #52 lot#1294 for another picture.

156) Building with dome. World's Columbian Exposition above around. Administration Bldg. below in one straight line. Rv: This Medal Is Made Of The Wonderful Metal, Aluminum around outside. Odorless Tasteless Malleable Ductile within center circle in four straight lines. /// Rare, Aluminum / 38.3 mm / Eglit464. The reverse of HK206a combined with an aluminum reverse not listed in HK. (IMAGE)

157) Small bust of Columbus above. Two branches and two globes below bust. Eagle and fair scene below two globes. World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago around above. 1893 below. Rv: blank. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 45 mm uniface / Eglit575. Charles Kirtley sale #89 lot#1650 with picture. This piece is usually the top half of an unusual advertising piece that swings out to reveal the advertisement inside. The example from the Charles Kirtley sale is unholed and by itself with no attached advertisement. Go HERE and look at Unlisted #82 for image.

158) Pioneer scene with log cabins all within inner circle. Chicago. 1833. above. Area One Sq. Mile to the left. Population, 150 Souls to the right. Veni, Vidi, Vici below. Rv: Twenty Five line description of Chicago facts within inner circle. Chicago 1893 above. Area 176 Square Miles to the left. Population, 1500000 to the right. Souvenir Of 60 Years Growth below. Patent Applied For. in tiny lettering around bottom of inner circle. /// Very scarce, maybe rare, Aluminum / 44.5 mm / Eglit42, Eglit42A. Varieties with and without PATENT APPLIED FOR.(IMAGE)

159) Bust left with fur collar. Christopher Columbus 1492 around above. Rv: Standing statue of Columbia within inner beaded circle. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / The obverse has the same portrait as HK232 but with a different legend. The reverse is similar to the reverse of HK168 but without flags or stars. Charles Kirtley October 14, 1989 sale lot#127 for picture. (IMAGE)

160) Bust right. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. Rv: Capitol building, crossed branches of laurel below. Washington D.C. around above. /// Very rare, White Metal / 35.2 mm / Often comes looped with hanger. Charles Kirtley October 14, 1989 lot#128 with picture. (IMAGE)

161) Bust left. Cristoforo Colombo around above. 1492 1893 below with star in between. Rv: Domed building. Columbian Exposition Chicago, ILL. U.S.A. around above. Administration Bldg. below with three stars. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / Very similar to a more common box dollar(Eglit92), and also Eglit340 which appears to be the same as Eglit92 as a medal, except shields on the obverse of Eglit92/Eglit340 are replaced by laural branches on this piece. Also inscriptions on reverse are similar but different. Charles Kirtley October 14, 1989 lot#022 with picture. Compare to the medal below.

162) Bearded bust with cap left between shields of Spain and U.S. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492-1893 around below with a small star in between. Rv: Frontal View of domed building. World's Columbian Exposition Chicago. around above. Administration Building. below in two lines /// Eglit340, extremely rare, Silvered Bronze as described in Eglit / 37 mm / . This piece appears to be the same as a silver locket/box(Eglit92), but as a medal. I have never come across one of these as a solid medal as the description for Eglit340 suggests, so Eglit340 probably needs further verification. Box/locket medals can sometimes be mistaken for solid medals, although in this case Eglit describes this piece as silvered bronze, not silver as Eglit92 is found. Compare to the medal above. The image shown here is of a box/locket Eglit92, not Eglit340.

163) Small bearded bust left within wreath surrounded by concentric circles. Outside border made of seven arcs each containing one letter and spelling CHICAGO. US and 1892 below bust and wreath. BCEHILMOPRSTU around within second circle. Thirteen stars within third circle. Rx: Small globe and anchor surrounded by concentric circles. Outside border made of seven arcs each containing one letter and spelling AMERICA. 1492 to the left and right and across globe. US above globe. 13 and three tiny ships below globe. 1492=1+4+9+2=16=1+6=7. within second circle. Thirteen stars within third circle. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 36.3 mm (Seven sided) / Eglit322 (IMAGE)

164) Building with flag on roof to the left. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Arkansas State Building below in two straight lines. Rv: Eagle behind shield. Angel to the left. Sword to the right behind wing. Childs Chicago below in tiny lettering. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 37 mm / Charles Kirtley sale September 9, 1989 lot#2409. Go HERE and look at Unlisted #20 for image.

165) Bust left. 1706-1906 above. Ben. Franklin below. Rv: Man on horse with rifle. Wild West At Worlds Fair Col. W.F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) around above. "1893" below in exergue. /// Issued for the 1906 Benjamin Franklin bicentennial using a reverse die that was used during the 1893 Worlds Columbian Expo. Very rare in Copper or Silver Plated Copper / 38 mm / Eglit 361 with picture (IMAGE courtesy Randy Dobler)

166) Bust with long hair slightly right. 400th Anniversary around above. 1492-1892 around below. Rv: Celebration Of Discovery Of America New Haven Oct.11th 1892. in seven curved and straight lines. /// Rare in Copper Nickel. Very rare in each of all other metals. Very scarce in all metals put together. / 40 mm / Eglit59. I have found this piece described as copper nickel, white metal, gilt(brass?), silvered copper(Eglit), and silvered brass. It usually comes looped as made, often with a hanger, but I have found 2 or three descriptions, including Eglit, that made no mention of a loop. Charles Kirtley March 10, 1990 lot#1132 for picture of obverse only.

167) Bust of Columbus slightly left. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. Rv: Ship sailing left within a curved diamond shaped border. Columbus Centennial Worlds Fair Naval Review around to the left and right. Flagship Of Columbus in small lettering above. Maria Santa below. /// Rare, Aluminum / 40 mm / Eglit195. I have never run across one of these unholed. Charles Kirtley sale #89 lot#1047 with small picture of reverse with hanger. (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter)

168) Corner view of building with central dome. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Building around below. Rv: Multi-story building. Masonic Fraternity Temple around above. Chicago below. /// Very rare, Copper / 38 mm / Obverse the same as HK210a in the second edition of HK. Charles Kirtley October 14, 1989 lot#159m with picture. (IMAGE)

169) Capped bust of Columbus left inside of a circle within a diamond frame with flowered corners. Colon on ribbon below. Religion Honor Ciencia Trabajo on ribbons around. Rv: Involved scene with seated Minerva, standing Indian and youth. Buildings in the background. Labor Prima Virtus on band to the left. J. Morato R. in small print at lower edge. /// Eglit259. Very Rare in any metal. Charles Kirtley sale #182 lot#A017 for one made in silver(obverse image only). Found in bronze and silver and always(?) with top loop.

170) Bearded bust partial left with figure-of-eight ruff collar. Christopher Columbus. around above. Oct. 21, 1492 around below. Rv: Inner circle with top ornamental curles. 19th Annual Reunion Old Settlers Menard Co. Ill. Aug. 30, 1892 around outside. Old Settler 1840 within inner circle in two lines. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 37 mm / Eglit312. Rulau Mnd1 with picture

171) Landing scene within inner circle. Columbus Discovering America around above outside. 1492 below Rv: Presented By The Association American Inventors Philadelphia, Pa. For Meritorious Invention in seven lines. /// Rare to Very Rare, Aluminum, 38.2mm (IMAGE)

172) Ariel view of expo grounds with ballon above. Columbian Exposition 1893 in exergue in two lines. Rv: Thick closed wreath. Souvenir Of Ascension In The Air-Ship Chicago 1891. in six lines within wreath. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 34.7 mm.

173) Bust of Columbus left with hat. Cristobal Colon IV Centenario, 1492-1892 around above and below. Rv: Coat of arms. 3 De Agosto De 1492 A Castilla I A Leon around above in two arcs. Nuevo Mundo Dio Colon 12 De October De 1492 around below in two arcs /// Eglit282

174) Bare headed bust of Columbus left within center circle. Descubridor Del Nuevo Mundo MCDXCII around outside above and below. Cristobal Colon to the left and right within inner circle. Rv: Reinando Alfonso XIII Espana around outside. IV Centenary Del Descubrimiento De America XII October MDCCCXCII in six lines /// Eglit433

175) Building with large arched front entrance and spires at the corners. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Electrical Building around below. Rv: Open Wreath. This Medal Is Made Of The Wonderful Metal around outside. Aluminum Tasteless Odorless Ductile Untarnishable Malleable in six lines within wreath with Aluminum curved. /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 37 mm / Combines the obverse of HK161a in the second edition of HK, with the reverse of HK159a in the second edition. (IMAGE)

176) Bust of Columbus partly left. Eagle below. Christopher Columbus around to the upper left and upper right. K.W.Z. Edit in small letters next to rim. Rv: Administration Building with border of stars around . In Commemoration Of The World's Columbian Exhibition, Chicago around. 1893 below. /// Have found this piece described as Bronze, Copper, Brass, White Metal, Silver and Silver Plate. Very scarce, maybe rare in Brass. Rare in Copper, Bronze, or White Metal. Very rare to extremely rare in Silver or Silver Plate. / 37 mm / Eglit10. Charles Kirtley October 14, 1989 lot#001. This piece may always come looped. (IMAGE)

177) Columbus landing scene within center circle. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America 1492-1892 around. Rv: Spread eagle atop shield. K.G.E. Reunion, Connellsville, Pa. Oct. 21-1892 around above and below. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 38 mm / Charles Kirtley sale #11 lot#763 for picture.(IMAGE courtesy Randy Dobler)

178) Bust of Columbus with cap slightly right within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around outside above and below. 1892 1492 around outside to the left and right. Rv: Columbus Celebration around outside above and below. German-American Citizens Buffalo, N.Y. October 21st 1892 in six curved and straight lines within center circle. /// Rare, Aluminum / 35 mm / The obverse is the same as HK227 within the inner circle, and the same as HK160 outside of the inner circle. Go HERE and look at Unlisted #14 for image.

179) Beardless profile of Columbus right. Columbus at left. 1492-1892 to the right. Rv: GAR badge center. Fraternity Charity Loyalty 1861-1865 around /// Very rare, White Metal / 38 mm / Eglit56. Rulau Wi-Ws 5 for picture of reverse.

180) Half length bust of Columbus quarter left unrolling chart. Christoforo Colombo around. Nato 1456 to the left. Morto 1506 to the right. RV: Exposition building with rising sun in the distance within inner circle. Three small ships to the left in the distance. Ricordo Dell'Esposizione Italo-America. Genova 1892 around outside. 1492-1892 IV Centenario in exergue in two lines /// Rare in Aluminum. Extremely rare in Bronze / 36 mm / Eglit427 with picture. (IMAGE)

181) Columbus standing on two globes. 1492 Christopher Columbus 1892 around to the left and right. Pat. June 7. 92." below globes. Rv: 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America. in three lines with the first and third lines curved. /// Very rare, White metal / 35 mm (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter)

182) Columbus in hat with full face portrait. Rv: Aerial view of fairgrounds and lakefront with ships in water /// Extremely rare, Bronze / 37.7 mm / no inscriptions? Presidential Coin and Antique Company sale #52 lot#1328, Described as being high quality. Needs verification.

184) Building with central dome. Half globe under building. Horticultural Building between building and globe. 1893 split to the left and right of globe. Rv: Open Wreath. This Medal Is Made Of The Wonderful Metal around outside. Aluminum Tasteless Odorless Ductile Untarnishable Malleable in six lines within wreath with Aluminum curved. /// Very rare, but Extremely rare in any condition above very fine / 37.1 mm / Combines the reverse of HK159a in the second edition with an obverse not in HK. (IMAGE)

185) Male bust partial right wearing hat. The Honorable Carter H. Harrison around to the left and right of hat. Childs, Chi. in tiny lettering below. Rv: Torch in back of plaque surrounded by open wreath. This Is To Certify That The Bearer Has Paid One Dollar To The Carter H. Harrison Memorial in six lines on plaque. /// Scarce, Copper / 38.6 mm / HK765, Eglit360, Rulau Chi 78 (IMAGE)

186) Open wreath. Outer border of small stars. Mayor Of Chicago around above outside. Assasinated Oct. 28, 1893. around below outside. In Memoriam within wreath. Rv: Bearded bust 3/4 left within inner circle. Outer border of small stars. Hon. Carter H. Harrison around to the left and right of bust within inner circle. Childs Chicago in tiny lettering below bust to the right. /// Rare, Aluminum / 38.4 mm (measured) / HK766, Eglit359 (IMAGE)

187) Female bust with head turned left. Ada Rehan 1893 around above bust. Rv: Female figure standing on small globe with sword in her right hand and scales in her left hand. Globe rests on eagle below. The Silver Statue around to the left. Justice around to the right. Of The State of Montana around below to the left and right of eagle. /// Very scarce to rare in aluminum or white metal. Sometime described as silver plated. / 44.6 mm / HK767, Rulau But 30 (IMAGE)

188) Bearded bust left within inner circle. Closed wreath-like border around outside inner circle. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right of bust within inner circle. 1492 1892 to the left and right above shoulders within inner circle. Rv: Sailing ship. Quadri-Centennial Of Discovery Of America Celebrated At Bridgeport, Conn. around above in two arcs. October 21.1892 around below. The Santa Maria below ship. /// Very scarce to rare in Copper Plated Bronze. Rare in White Metal. Have also found described as Silver Plate, Silver, and Auminum, each probably extremely rare. / 38.2 mm (measured) / HK624, HK624a Eglit271 (IMAGE)

189) Man standing on pedestal with globe in his left hand. Columbus around above. Souvenir Medal around below. 1492 around to the left. 1892 around to the right. Rv: Bust 3/4 right. Sts Phillip & James Church Rev. R.E. Burke, Rector around above in two arcs. Oct 12 1892 Phillipsburg, N.J. below in two arcs. /// Scarce in Bronze. Very scarce in White Metal. Rare in Aluminum / 38.3 mm (measured) / HK627, HK628, Eglit309, Eglit309A (IMAGE)

190) Souvenir Of The Pittsburgh Exposition Aluminum Made By The Pittsburgh Reduction Company with PITTSBURGH EXPOSITION on banners. Rv: Bearded bust left with hat. Columbus Centennial Medal around and above. 1492-1892 around below. /// Rare, Aluminum / 37.9 mm (measured) / HK629, Eglit571, Rulau Pit 32 (IMAGE)

191) Hatted bust of Columbus slightly right. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492 below. Rv: Nebraska State Fair Lincoln around and above. 1893 below. Souvenir across in large ornamental lettering. /// White metal-rare; Very rare, maybe extremely rare, Bronze / 38 mm / HK632, HK632a Eglit69 (IMAGE)

192) Building with arched entrance. Armory First Infantry I.N.G. above around. Chicago below. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering. /// It was at this armory that a reception ball took place as part of dedication ceremonies for the World’s Fair. It included 15,000 guests including the President and Vice president. / Rare, Aluminum / 37.0 mm / Same reverse as HK161. (IMAGE)

194) Bearded bust slightly left within inner circle wearing ruff collar. Twin City Columbian Celebration around above. July 4. 1892. around below. Microscopic OA at base of bust. Rv: Two clasped hands. Rock Island Moline to the left and right. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 36.7 mm (measured) / Eglit310. Related to the World Columbian Expo in Chicago (IMAGE)

195) Man on horseback left. U.S. Grant Monument to the lower left and upper right. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering./// Rare, Aluminum / 37.0 mm (measured) / HK759a in the second edition of HK. Same reverse as HK161 (IMAGE)

198) Bearded bust right in uniform. Dr. B.F. Stephenson Founder Of The G.A.R. around above. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering. /// Rare, maybe very rare, Aluminum / 37 mm / Same reverse as HK161

199) View of house and trees. Gen. Grant's Home below house and trees. Rv: This Medal Is Made Of The New Metal around outside. ALUMINUM in the middle between two lines. Tasteless-Odorless-Sonorous-Ductile-Malleable above within inner circle. 1/4 Wt. Of Silver Sp. Gr. 260 Does Not Tarnish below within inner circle. Three stars outside below /// Extremely rare, Aluminum / 35 mm / Reverse is the same as HK160. I have not actually seen the obverse of this piece so my description of the obverse may not be complete. Christensen and Stone sales 7/2/66 lot#257 and 4/2/67 lot#372

200) Building with flag atop dome flying right. Three stars below. Administration Building around above to the left and right of flag. Rv: Open wreath. Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago. Ill. U.S.A. around above and below. 1492. Souvenir 1892-93. within wreath /// Very to Extremely rare, Aluminum / 37.9 mm / Neither side is in HK. Not in Eglit. Sometimes found holed (IMAGE)

201) Hatted bust of Columbus slightly right. Christopher Columbus around above. 1492 below. Rv: Birdseye view of fair within inner circle. The World's Columbian Exposition Chicago, Ill. U.S.A. around and above. May To Oct. 1893 around below /// Very rare in bronze. Very to extremely rare in white metal / 37.7 mm / Eglit356. The same obverse as HK632. Reverse is not shown anywhere in HK and there is no image of this reverse in Eglit, but is probably the same reverse as Eglit333, Eglit13, and Eglit236. (IMAGE)

202) Landing scene surrounded by enclosed inner circle of stars. 1492 in exergue within inner circle. 1892 below within inner enclosed circle of stars. Dedicated To The America People In Honor Of The 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America around outside of stars. United We Stand Divided We Fall around outside circle of stars below. Rv: Spread eagle with radiant star above, all within beaded inner circle. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above Chicago 1893 around below /// Found described as copper, aluminum, gilt, and silvered. Rare overall. Usually found looped as struck. Unlooped pieces may have had loop removed. The landing scene depicted is very similar to HK220 / 36 mm / Eglit313. (IMAGE)

203) Bust left within inner circle. Leif Eriksen Discoverer of America around outside. 1000 below. Rv: Viking ship sailing right within inner circle. Norway above. 1000-Viking-1893 around below /// Aluminum / 37.2 mm / Rare to very rare. There is a small guide circle at 12:00 on these medals to help place a hole, but at least half that I have found are unholed / Eglit47 (IMAGE)

205) Washington bust left. Washington Centennial around. Childs Chicago below bust in tiny lettering. Rv: Incused ALUMINUM across the middle between two lines. Malleable Tasteless Sonorous Ductile Untarnishable. above in four lines. Cubic Foot Of Gold, 1204 lbs Aluminum 179 This Medal Is Pure below in four lines. Childs, Chicago. around below next to rim in tiny lettering. (IMAGE)

206) Columbus landing scene within inner circle. Worlds Columbian Exposition Chicago, Ills. 1893 around outside above and below. Rv: Dome of Capitol building within beaded inner circle. Washington, D.C. Sept. 20th 1892 around above and below. /// Commemorates a Grand Parade of the Grand Army of the Republic that took place in Washington DC one month prior to the opening of the Worlds Columbian Exposition / Aluminum / 35.6mm / Extremely Rare. Obverse is similar to the reverse of HK240, but with a different inscription. (IMAGE)

207) Bust right. Columbus 1492-1892 to the left and right. Rv: Rectangular plaque over wreath. Four Hundredth Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America 1492-1892 in seven lines within plaque /// Rare and possibly always holed, White metal / 37.8mm / Same obverse as HK224. (IMAGE)

208) Ariel view of the fair. The Worlds Columbian Exposition above in one curved line and one straight line. Chicago, U.S.A. 1893 below in two lines. Rv: Corner view of building with central dome. Worlds Columbian Exposition around above. Administration Building around below /// Aluminum / 38mm / Very to extremely rare. Obverse of HK210a combined with the obverse of HK167. The obverse of HK210a can easily be confused with the obverse of HK162. (IMAGE)

210) Standing female figure with flags, eagle, and stars. World's Columbian Exposition around above. S.D. Childs & Co. Chicago below in small lettering. Rv: Two busts on either side of Baby Ruth. Eagle above. Nov. 8, 1892. above. Of The People And For The People on streamers. Baby Ruth below. S.D. Childs Chicago in tiny lettering next to rim split to the left and right. /// Aluminum / 38mm / Extremely rare. Reverse of HK168 combined with the Obverse of HK241. From Presidential Coin & Antique sale #19 lot#241 described as "HK un1. Rev of 168 & Obv. of 241 AU aluminum". (IMAGE)

211) Bust slightly right with hat within inner circle. Christopher Columbus around outside above and below. 1892 outside to the left. 1492 outside to the right. Rv: Souvenir October 1892 Columbian Celebration in four curved and straight lines. /// Very rare, Aluminum / 35 mm / Reverse is not in HK. The obverse combines what is inside the inner circle of the obverse of HK227(Columbus portrait) with exactly what is outside of the inner circle of the obverse of HK160. (IMAGE)

212) Building with two spires. World's Fair Colorado Building around above outside. Our Slogan Free Coinage of Silver around above inside. Rv: Chicago Bazaar Souvenir For Millinery Opening Spring 1893 in six curved and straight lines. /// Extremely Rare, Aluminum, 38mm. Same obverse as the reverse of HK210. From eBay 2019.

213) Bust of Columbus partial left. Christopher Columbus around to the left and right. Rv: Liberty bell. To Commemorate The Liberty Bell In Pennsylvania Building At Worlds Fair Chicago Ill 1892 around outside denticles next to rim. /// Extremely Rare, Aluminum / 40mm / The reverse inscription on this piece is between the rim and the denticles - most unusual! Same obverse as HK231.

214) Capped bust of Columbus left inside of a circle within a square frame with flowered corners. Colon on ribbon below. Religion Honor Ciencia Trabajo on ribbons around. Rv: Involved scene with seated Minerva, standing Indian and youth. Buildings in the background. Labor Prima Virtus on band to the left. J. Morato R. in small print at lower edge /// Eglit 259. I have seen it described as silver, bronze, and silvered brass. All metals together, Very Rare / 40mm / Always found looped as far as I can tell.

215) Building with flag within inner circle. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago Ills. U.S.A. 1893 around below. Ohio Building below building in a straight line. Rv: Dedication Of The Ohio Building Oct. 22nd 1892 Chicago in five lines /// Very Rare, Aluminum / 35mm / Same obverse as HK216 / Always found holed? (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter)

216) World globe. Sum 400 Jahr. Gedenktage Der Entdeckung Von America around outside. 1892 below. Rv: Elaborate landing scene. Columbus Landung In America on banner above. 1492 below. /// Very Rare / Silver / 40mm. Go HERE and look at Unlisted #109 for image.

217) Frontal view of building with dome. Columbian Exposition around above. 1892 below. Rv: Landing scene. 1492 below /// This piece is a locket that opens up to a hidden compartment, but it also may exist as a medal that possibly matches Eglit311 / Approx. 40mm / Silver.

218) Aztec calendar with no inscription. Rv: Souvenir Of Worlds Columbian Exposition around. Aztec Calendar Stone in the middle in three lines. Pat. Applied For around below /// Extremely Rare / white metal / 35mm.

219) American Indian bust slightly right. Freedom Friendship Charity G.S.D. 400 around. Rv: Landing scene with kneeling men and ship off to the left. 12. Traveling Moon G.S.D.1. below in two lines /// Extremely Rare, White metal / 37.9mm. Combines a fraternal obverse die(Improved Order of Red Men) with a Columbus landing scene reverse that is sometimes found combined with the obverse of HK224, but with a different inscription. (IMAGE)

220) Columbus standing next to small globe with hand raised. Half wreath around. No inscription. Rv: Beaded circle. 1492 Four Hundredth Anniversary Discovery Of America October 21 1892 in seven lines /// Most are holed / Very Rare / Silver plate / 37.5mm (IMAGE)

221) Half bust of Columbus partial right. Branches and anchor below. Christoph Columbus around to the left and right. Lauer Dir. above in tiny lettering. Oertel Berlin I. Christensen SC. E. Deitenbeck Fec. below in tiny lettering. Rv: Flying female with 1492 on banner. Small sun at left horizon. Sum 400 Jahr. Jubilaeum Der Entdeckung Americas 12, Octbr. 1892 around above. Nord America S. Salvador Sud-America Palos Africa labeled on map below /// Found in silver, bronze and white metal. Very possibly minted for German speaking visitors at the fair. Very Rare in silver. Rare in bronze and white metal. (IMAGE courtesy Jonathan Brecher)

222) Indian standing right and facing right with palm fronds. Hatted Columbus facing left within left circle. World’s Fair Chicago 1892 below in three lines. Rv: Blank with outside denticles. /// Looks as if it might have been made for the top of a round box similar to HK237 / silver

223) Standing statue of Columbia within inner beaded circle. World's Columbian Exposition around above. Chicago 1893 below. Rv: Columbus landing scene within center circle. 400th Anniversary Of The Discovery Of America 1492-1892 around /// From Heritage Auctions April 2020. This is the only one of these that I have seen. Extremely rare, White Metal (IMAGE)

224) World globe showing the new world. The World’s Fair Chicago, 1893 around outside above and below. Rv: 1492 Four Hundredth Anniversary Discovery Of America October 21 1892 in seven lines within beaded circle /// Same reverse as #220 above./ Almost always holed / Very Rare / 37.5mm (IMAGE courtesy Bill Walter)

225) Male bust slightly right with hat. Half wreath below. Christopher Columbus 1492-1893 around above. Rv: Man on horseback left U.S. Grant Monument around to the left and right. /// Extremely rare die combination, obverse HK236a and HK759 / Aluminum / 37mm

226) Ornate center design. Be Sure You Are Right Then Go Ahead above and below within outer circle. Honesty Is The Best Policy around within second inner circle. Rv: Discovery Of America 1492 Columbian Fair Chicago. Illinois. U.S.A., 1893. /// Extremely rare. Same reverse as HK158 / Aluminum, 40mm (IMAGE courtesy Randy Dobler)

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