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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.

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Look at the reverse for the phrase TRADE DOLLAR under the eagle.


Check the weight. A real trade dollar should weigh 27.2 grams.


Please recompose your inquiry to include exactly what you desire to know about the coin.


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Don't know what you have, but it's not a U.S. Mint dollar.


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One method to determine the authenticity is to weigh the coin. A genuine U.S. silver dollar should weigh 26.73 grams.


For all Morgan dollars the mintmarks are on the reverse, just above the DO in DOLLAR.


If you honestly don't know, I'd like to trade you 0.5 dollar for 1.0 dollar.


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Look on the reverse and then look above the DO in dollar. If you see the two letters CC you have a silver dollar from the Carson City mint. This was the mintmark that the Carson City mint used.


I don't know but try to do what you would do to trade with Pokemon gold.Im just guessing!


what kind of info are you wanting to know?


Didn't know there was one of that date


It is. All half dollars made in 1964 and earlier are 90% silver.


I don't know whether you are trying to trick me but the US did not mint any Silver Dollars in 1911. The Morgan Dollar was not minted from 1905 through 1920.


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Trade it from Gold, Crystal or Silver is the only way I know of.


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