So-Called Dollars Fixed Price List: WILSON DOLLAR 100 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OVER-STRUCK MEDALS

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2020 Wilson Dollar over-struck on a 1907 S Philippine Peso

$125.00 · 1907 S

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2020 Wilson Dollar over-struck on a Morgan Dollar

$150.00 · 1921

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2020 Wilson Dollar over-struck on a Peace Dollar

$135.00 · 1922

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2020 Wilson Dollar over-struck on an Eisenhower Dollar

$95.00 · 2020

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2020 Wilson Dollar over-struck on a Walking Liberty Half Dollar

$85.00 · 1943

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2020 Wilson Dollar over-struck on a Franklin Half Dollar

$75.00 · 1962

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2020 Wilson Dollar over-struck on a 64 Kennedy Silver Half Dollar

$65.00 · 1964

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2020 Wilson Dollar over-struck on a Silver Washington Quarter

$85.00 · 1942

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WILSON DOLLAR 100 YEAR ANNIVERSARY MEDALS

This year, to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Manila Mint, restrikes of the Wilson Dollar are being offered for sale. The restrikes will be struck using the original Wilson Dollar obverse die engraved by George Morgan. Over-Strikes were made using several different U.S. coins as planchets as well as 1907 S Philippine Pesos and were struck by Daniel Carr of the Moonlight Mint.

The Wilson Dollar was originally struck on the newly installed minting equipment in the Philippines, the only overseas U.S. Branch Mint, to commemorate the opening of the Manila Mint in 1920. They were struck in gold, silver and bronze. George Morgan, who engraved the dies for the Morgan dollar, also engraved the dies for the Wilson dollar.

Dennis Tucker, publisher, Whitman Publishing, said regarding the 100 Year Anniversary restrikes, “The Wilson Dollar is one of the most historically significant issues among the medals numismatists identify as ‘So-Called Dollars.’ We value it for the unique way it connects the people of the United States to the people of the Philippines—a golden (and silver and bronze!) symbol of a deeply important connection that resonates to this day.” “In Whitman’s Mega Red, the expanded edition of the Red Book, we devote more than a page and a half to the Wilson Dollar. This is a measure of the importance of this intriguing, richly layered, and many-storied medal.”

 


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