U.S. Coin Glass: Large Lot of Serving Pieces, Central Glass Co. of Wheeling, West Virginia, Circa 1892. Includes: a cake stand on a high pedestal with nine Morgan dollars on the top and six Seated Liberty quarters on the node, 10" in diameter and 6.75" high; cake stand with nine Morgan dollars around the plate and one in the center, 10" in diameter; large round bowl with nine Seated Liberty half dollars around the side, 2.75" high and 7.75" in diameter; large bread dish with five layered Morgan dollars in the bottom and ten Morgan dollars around the side, all dated 1892, 9.75" x 8" x 1.25" high; another bread dish with five layered Morgan dollars in the bottom and four Morgan dollars at the corners and six Seated Liberty half dollars around the side, 10" x 7" x 1.25" high; and a toothpick holder with undated Morgan dollars on the sides, 3" high. All the coins are frosted. The Seated Liberty coins have arrows on each side of the dates. A few trivial chips and light wear, else very fine.

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