Copyright John N. Lupia, III 2000-2019

Charles Solomon (1843-1899) Silver Dollar Smith, a politician and saloon owner with his bar on Essex Street, New York, had one hundred silver dollars embedded in cement as a floor pavement design. After his death his son took over the saloon and customers began stealing the silver dollars out of the floor. More than twenty-two were missing before the son had the remaining dollars removed.

Bibliography :

The Numismatist, Vol. XV, No. 4, April (1902) : 113-114

E-Sylum, Vol. 12, No. 29, July 19 (2009)