Silver Dollar Blog - 1886 Silver Dollar

Mar 27, 2012

1886 Silver Dollar

1886 Silver Dollar
Mintage Circulation strikes: 19,963,000
Proofs: 886
There is no mint mark on the coin which means it was minted in Philadelphia.

1886-S Silver Dollar
Mintage Circulation Strikes: 750,000
Proofs: 0
Minted in San Francisco– S

1886-O Silver Dollar

Mintage Circulation strikes: 10,710,000
Proofs: 0
Minted in New Orleans– O

Random Facts of 1886

The President of the United States was Grover Cleveland. He was in office from March 4th, 1885 - March 4th, 1889.

Any Coca-Cola fans out there? On May 8th, 1886 a pharmacist named Dr. John Pemberton took a jug of Coca-Cola syrup to Jacobs' Pharmacy in downtown Atlanta where it was mixed with carbonated water. The going price was as little as five cents a glass. 

X-Ray technology is developed

In New York Harbor, U.S. President Grover Cleveland dedicates the Statue of Liberty

Grover Cleveland is 1st to wed during presidency, Frances Folsom

Emily Dickinson dies

The first train load of oranges leaves Los Angeles via the transcontinental railroad

1st Civil Rights Act passes

Fire destroys nearly 1,000 buildings in Vancouver

U.S. Mint at Carson City, Nevada closes

Primitive radio technology is developed

The Canadian Pacific Railway, transversing Canada from east to west, is completed



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