|This high-relief medal was issued for the sesquicentennial of the settlement of Georgia and is listed as HK-595 in the Hibler-Kappen book on So-Called Dollars. The 1883 white metal example offered here has been graded MS65 by NGC and is encapsulated in a newer-style edge-view holder. The obverse design features a seated General James Oglethorpe in very high relief. The reverse shows an extremely detailed version of the Georgia State Seal. The piece has a few minor handling marks scattered about and a single rim hit at the upper reverse, but you will not likely find a finer example anywhere. Though it was not given a PL or DPL designation by NGC, the fields of this bright white piece are clearly deeply mirrored. This is the sole finest known example of the HK-595 graded by NGC, with no other examples grading higher. Here is your opportunity to get the finest known example of this so-called dollar.