Bland dollar

noun \ˈbland-, -aa(ə)nd-\

Definition of Bland dollar


Bland dollars

  1. :  the U.S. silver dollar of 41212 grains troy that was coined under the Bland-Allison Act of 1878 which provided for the free coinage of silver Designed by George T. Morgan, the Bland dollar later became known as the Morgan dollar.

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Origin and Etymology of bland dollar

after Richard P. Bland †1899 U.S. congressman

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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