What we have is a ten dollar silver strike from Black Hills Novelty Company, Black Hills, South Dakota which is no longer in business.These were first produced in 1997 and they had a motorcycle theme. They were only made for four years 1997-1998-2000-2001 You can still get the one dollar tokens but they are becoming more and more scarce, the absolutely hardest to find are the silver strikes and I will be auctioning off the entire (16) piece set one strike at a time. I have only one of each, highest bidder wins all. The 97's the 98's the 2000's & 01' will be auctioned off this week. T were (5) five strikes in the year 2000, they are; 1957 H-D Sportster 1926 H-D Peashooter 1936 H-D Knucklehead 1912 Silent Grey Fellow 1915 H-D J-11 The one (1) strike that was made in 2001, was a $2.00 strike and is probably the rarest of them all! My opinion only. The first picture is of the back, around the rim it says LIMITED EDITION COLLECTOR'S SERIES - TEN DOLLAR - DEADWOOD, SD center shows Mount rushmore and the depiction of the four famous faces. The front is of the motorcycle itself and around the rim is, YEAR 2000 MOTORCYCLE SERIES - ONE DOLLAR - BLACK HILLS NOVELTY. Above motorcycle is STURGIS 2000 and below is 60TH ANNIVERSARY. Winning bidder will get the actual coin/strike in these pictures including holder. Just by its very nature silver tones, with that being said, t is some very minor toning around the circumference of the 2000 strikes. T are no marks, black spots or fingerprints. Any and all scratches are in the plastic holders. Each strike has the mint mark G on the Mount Rushmore side. As always, I will combind shipping, $4.50 Priority mail for the first strike and $1.00 for each additional strike won, insurance is optional and will be paid by the winning bidder, these can not be replaced. With the price of silver topping $20. an once, makes this auction a large bargain. Check my feedback and bid with confidence.
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