Other Anthony Dollar Collectibles




In the private sector, there were several businesses that promoted the use of the new dollar and at the same time promoting their business. These businesses included banks, retail stores, coin dealers, restaurants, and many, many, more. Here are several examples.

Zotos International Anthony Dollar Commemorative Set

 

This commemorative Susan B. Anthony dollar coin set was privately produced for Zotos International, Inc. Zotos manufactures a full range of hair care products for salon professionals. Their office is located in Darien, Connecticut.

A few hundred of these sets were produced for Zoto's 1979 International Sales Convention. One was placed at the table setting for each representative present at the convention. The set contains a 1979-D Anthony Dollar.

Zotos used the commemorative set as a tie-in comparing Ms. Anthony's success in her fight for women's rights to their contribution of the success of hairstylists and salon owners. "In addition", as the accompanying card states, "the young Susan was inspired to launch her campaign for women's rights at a convention held in Seneca Falls, New York, a neighbor of Geneva, where Zotos perms and other Zotos products are manufactured".


ENVELOPE


FRONT COVER


INSIDE TEXT OF THE CARD INCLUDED WITH THE SET


INSERT WITH A 1979-D ANTHONY DOLLAR


BACK COVER

 


 

Sibley's Department Store Anthony Dollar Commemorative

The Anthony Dollar had its official coming out party in Rochester, NY on July 2, 1979. Several renowned people attended, including mint director Stella Hackel and Richard Yeoman of Red Book fame. Rochester's premier department store, Sibley's, got into the act by giving away some souvenir envelopes with a newly minted dollar inside.


SOUVENIR ENVELOPE GIVEN OUT BY SIBLEY'S
THAT CONTAINED AN ANTHONY DOLLAR

 


 

 
COIN FLIP GIVEN OUT BY CHICK-FIL-A CONTAINED
AN ANTHONY DOLLAR AND THIS INSERT

Chick-fil-A Anthony Dollar Give-Away

In 1979 Chick-fil-A distributed the new dollar in a coin holder with an insert commemorating women's right to vote.


 

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