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Lewis and Clark Exposition

(1904 - 1905) Lewis and Clark Exposition

(1904 - 1905) Lewis and Clark Exposition
(1904 - 1905) Lewis and Clark Exposition

(1904 - 1905) Lewis and Clark Exposition

The Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition was held in Portland, Oregon, in 1905. A souvenir issue of gold dollars was struck to mark the event with the dates 1904 and 1905. The two famous explorers are represented on either side of the coin, which was designed by Charles E. Barber. A bronze memorial of the Indian guide, Sacagawea, who assisted in the famous expedition, was erected in Portland, Oregon, and financed by the sale of these coins.

Coin Attributes

  • Designer: Charles E. Barber
    Weight: 1.672 grams
    Diameter:15 mm
    Composition:
    • 0.9000 gold, 0.1000 copper
    Edge: reeded
Grade Price Guide
Circ|MS|PF
  • Description
  • Mintage
  • AU-50 About Uncirculated. About Uncirculated.
  • MS-60 Uncirculated. Uncirculated.
  • MS-62 Choice Unc.. Choice Unc..
  • MS-63 Choice Uncirculated. Choice Uncirculated.
  • MS-64 Very Choice Unc.. Very Choice Unc..
  • MS-65 Gem Uncirculated. Gem Uncirculated.
  • MS-66 Gem Unc.. Gem Unc..
  • PF-64 Gem Proof. Gem Proof.
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