1888 Augusta National Exposition

Augusta, Georgia

The Augusta National Exposition brought together the National Agricultural Congress in showcasing the potential of Southern textile resources, as well as the untapped ability of the South to produce food products. In addition, the official medal celebrates the military encampment commemorating the Civil War. The Augusta Exposition was a success for the region, and it was just one of many held in the U.S. in 1888. One so-called dollar was struck for this exposition. The details are cataloged in my 2023 book So-Called Dollars Volume I: United States Expositions. Click on the “View All” link below to see them.

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So-Called Dollars Category SH 5-41: