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2005-04-21 14:24:32
2005-04-21 14:24:32

Sounds like you have a 1903 commemorative medal.


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The land that the french sold at the time was 1 cent an acre, witch now translates to a dollar an acre.

It included 828,800 square miles in area and it had a $15 million dollar price tag.

If by bronze dollar you mean U.S. Sacagawea or Presidential dollars, they're worth one dollar each.

we dont have dollar bills we have dollar coins and they are a bronze color lol

Thomas Jefferson Simply, Jefferson is on the 2 dollar bill. Its a cool bill isn't it?

Not $1. Jefferson is on the $2 bill.

If you've got a bronze trade dollar coin, it is a fake. Real trade dollars were made out of silver, not bronze.

Thomas Jefferson is on the 2 Dollar Bill

It's still only a dollar.

Please take another look. That's Benjamin Franklin on the half dollar. Jefferson is on the US nickel.

Jefferson is on the two dollar bill and the nickel.

It's brass, not bronze, and is only worth face value.

I don't believe that Thomas Jefferson ever appeared on a twenty dollar bill. Andrew Jackson has been the portrait on the US twenty dollar bill since 1928. Jefferson does appear on the two dollar bill, and has since 1918 (and also from 1869 to 1874).

Well you can purchase a silver dollar in America, Norway, Iceland or France

Thomas Jefferson is not currently, nor has he ever been, on the U.S. quarter. What you probably have is the Jefferson presidential dollar from 2007. It's worth one dollar.

Sorry no Bronze US half dollars, it's likely a bronze mint medal of some type.

The Brits did not produce Half Dollar coins.

A Jefferson half dollar would be a real find, because Jefferson is on the nickel and JFK is on the half dollar. Regardless, a 1979 nickel is worth 5¢ and a 1979 half is worth exactly 10 times as much.

It's William Henry Harrison, not Jefferson, and it's worth one dollar.

No. Jefferson is on the $2 bill, and Benjamin Franklin is on the $100.

Actually, Thomas Jefferson has appeared on 3 US coins: the Jefferson nickel first issued in 1938 and continues today, the Jefferson Presidential Dollar issued in 2007 and the Thomas Jefferson 250th Anniversary Dollar issued in 1993.

none his on the nickel only

Uh, Jefferson has been on the NICKEL since 1938. From 1948 to 1963 the half dollar featured Ben Franklin.

Thomas Jefferson is on the two dollar bill.

The Canadian dollar coin is the colour of bronze, since that's what it is plated with. But it's not the dark-brown colour of oxidized bronze familiar from statuary, but a bright gold colour similar to brass.

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