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How can you tell an 1884 trade dollar?


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Answered 2010-01-31 17:15:08

The words Trade Dollar are on the reverse of the coins.

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Your 1884 Trade Dollar is a copy or fake with little or no value. There are only 10 known 1884 Trade Dollars and there all Proof coins


A 1884 Trade Dollar was only minted in proof condition by the US Treasury and carried NO mint mark. If you happen to possess this coin, its value is: $125,000!


All Trade Dollars have the same reverse that reads TRADE DOLLAR at the bottom of the coin. The last authentic 1884 Trade Dollar that sold at auction went for $603,750.00. Yes more than a half a million dollars. Because only 10 coins are known and all are proof. If you have one it's a fake.


i have 1884 trade dollar i got it in a charity shop 20 year ago not proff same weight but not a fake


The last 1884 Trade Dollar that sold at auction went for $603,750.00 Yes more than a half a million dollars. Because only 10 coins are known and all are proof. If you have one it's a fake.


On the front of a Trade Dollar it has Lady Liberty seated facing the left and on the back below the eagle TRADE DOLLAR. A Morgan Dollar has the head of Lady Liberty on the front.


Trade dollars were only made from 1873 to 1875 and have the words TRADE DOLLAR in large letters on the back. Anything else is a fantasy piece or a counterfeit.


The 1884 is a common Morgan dollar, values are $17.00-$26.00 for average coins.


The 1884-o silver dollar is worth $20 to $35 circulated and up to $200 uncirculated. The prices are slowly going up every year.


The 1884 Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $23.00-$31.00 for a example in circulated condition


4-26-11>> The 1884 Morgan dollar is common and assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, values are $38.00-$44.00


The 1884 Morgan dollar is common and valued at $17.00-$26.00 in circulated condition. Uncirculated coins are $30.00-$35.00


The 1884 Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $30.00-$40.00 for a example in circulated condition.


Trade dollars were US coins made in silver to trade in the far East. However, your coin, if it is an 1884 Trade Dollar, it is counterfeit. There were only 10 examples minted that year, all of them are known. So, when it comes to value, the only value your coin can have is if it is minted in real silver, if it is minted in real silver, it is worth however much silver is in your coin. If it is silver plated lead, or silver plated copper, or non-silver alloy like "nickel silver" your coin is essentially worthless.


All US Trade Dollars have a picture of Miss Liberty, seated, on the front and a spread-winged eagle on the reverse. The reverse also carries the words TRADE DOLLAR and the coin's fineness (purity) and its weight measured in the old unit of grains. There are nice images at the links below.


W hat is the value of a 1885 silver dollar


The 1884-O Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $32.00-$39.00 for a example in circulated condition.


Eisenhower was born in 1890 and did not appear on the dollar coin until 1971. A U.S. silver dollar dated 1884 is a MORGAN dollar, the obverse depicts "Miss Liberty" not a real person. The 1884 Morgan dollar is common and assuming the coin is circulated, still in collectible condition and has no mintmarks, values as of 8-29-11 are $37.00-$41.00


A 1884 Morgan Dollar is common with values for circulated coins at $17.00-$26.00 Excellent mint state coins can be had for $34.00


The 1884 Morgan dollar is a common date coin of this series. Circulated coins with out any mintmarks are valued at $38.00-$41.00


Technically no. 10 proof Trade dollars are dated 1884.


Christian Tell died in 1884.


There was no 1926 British "Trade Dollar" minted.


Average retail is $200.00 it's the most common Mint state Carson City Morgan Dollar.