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Nothing, because it's a fake.

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This a well-known fake dated 1851. The piece has no collectible value.


The 1851 Indian dollar is a well known novelty coin (technically not a counterfeit, as there was no genuine version in the first place). It was made in China, contains no silver, and isn't worth anything.


It's not worth anything, because it's a fake.


A genuine 1851 Seated Liberty silver dollar is a rare date, worth a few thousand dollars even in poor condition. If it's an 1851 Indian Head dollar, then what you have is a Chinese novelty coin, and it's not worth anything.


If it's a genuine 1851 Seated Liberty silver dollar, which was the lowest mintage year for that coin, it's easily worth $5,000 in extremely worn condition, and significantly higher in better condition.If your 1851 dollar has an Indian head on the front and says "1 DOLLAR 1851" on the back, then what you have is a Chinese-made novelty coin that's not worth anything


It's not worth anything, because it's not a real silver dollar. The U.S. never minted that design. What you have is a novelty, it was made in China, and it doesn't contain any silver.


The US never made any "Indian Head" silver coins of any type. Look at the coin again and post new question.


That depends if you mean 1 cent or 1 dollar, and if it's a silver or gold dollar. The price range could be anywhere from $10 to over $1,000. If by chance it has an Indian head design on it, resembling the Indian cent, and the back says 1 DOLLAR 1851, then it's a novelty coin, and it's not worth anything.


No U.S. silver dollars have an Indian Head design, so if you have one it's not real. A genuine silver dollar coin dated 1851 would be a Seated Liberty coin. I have seen many 'fantasy' silver rounds with the Indian Head design with different dates, but they all have the 1oz .999 fine silver markings somewhere on the coin.


It's a novelty coin made in China. It's not technically a counterfeit, because the U.S. Mint never produced such a coin. It contains no silver, and it isn't worth anything.


One of the easiest methods is to weigh it. A genuine 1851 Seated Liberty silver dollar should weigh 26.73 grams, or slightly less if it's heavily worn. If one side has an Indian head on it, similar to the cent minted 1859-1909, it's a novelty coin, and not worth anything.


No Indian Head silver dollars have been struck by the US. "1851 silver dollars" are well-known fakes made long after 1851. The Indian Head design is taken from the famous Indian Head cent that wasn't issued until 1859. The wreath design on the back is copied from a gold dollar issued at roughly the same time. In addition, the font used for "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" post-dates 1851 and no US coin ever had the country's name on both sides. Finally, a simple specific gravity or drop test will show that the coins are made of a base metal rather than silver.


There were two types of dollar coins struck that year. Neither one carries an Indian head design. The large silver dollar carries a Seated Liberty image, while the small gold dollar carries a Liberty Head image. What you have is a well known novelty/fantasy piece. The 1851 Indianhead dollar isn't a counterfeit because there was never a real version produced by the U.S. Mint. They're made in China, contain no silver, and aren't worth anything.


From your description, this is a known privately made novelty piece. It is NOT an official U.S. Mint issued coin. A real silver dollar dated 1851 is a Liberty Seated dollar. The obverse of the coin has the Indian head design that is similar to the Indian cents of 1859 -1909. The reverse has the denomination of 1 dollar and the date within a wreath. It has no numismatic collectible value.


No Indian Head silver dollars of any date have been struck by the U.S. Mint. The piece is a silver "Art Round" back-dated as 1851, not a coin. It should be marked as .999 Fine Silver with a weight on it. Value is tied to the Spot Price of silver at time of sale. Today about $30.00.


The 1851 Indian Head dollar is a well known novelty piece, so a real coin does not exist.


It's not real, because the U.S. never minted a coin with that design. It's a Chinese-made novelty, it doesn't contain any silver, and it's not worth anything.


I have five coins that I want to know the value of one of them is the torch bearing arm 1906 wheatback Indian head dollar 1851 1796 liberty dollar


6 denominations were in circulation and dated 1851: Dollar, Half dollar, Quarter, Dime, Half dime and the 3 cent piece.


The fact that you have one determines that it's fake. The Indian head design is borrowed from the penny minted from 1859-1909, which post-dates the supposed dollar's date of minting. Also, no genuine U.S. coins read "United States of America" on both sides. Genuine silver dollars from 1851 are the Seated Liberty design. What you have is a novelty, manufactured in China, and is made of a cheap base metal. It's not worth anything.


These coins are well-known fakes made long after 1851. The Indian Head design is taken from the famous Indian Head cent that wasn't issued until 1859. The wreath design on the back is copied from a gold dollar issued at roughly the same time. In addition, the font used for "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" post-dates 1851 and no US coin ever had the country's name on both sides. Finally, a simple specific gravity or drop test will show that the coins are made of a base metal rather than silver. There were two types of genuine dollar coins struck that year. Neither one carries an Indian head design. The large silver dollar carries a Seated Liberty image, while the small gold dollar carries a Liberty Head image.


None, the first Indian Head design was the 1854 Indian Head one dollar gold coin, the 1859 Indian Head cent was next, then the 1908 $10.00 gold eagle and the last was the 1913 Indian Head (or Buffalo) nickel. The design has never been used on a silver US coin.


The minimum value of a genuine 1851 Seated Liberty dollar is about $7,000.00 This is a rare US coin and many replicas exist.


its worth whatever a person will pay for it.


The 1851 Liberty Seated Dollar is valued from $10,000.00 to $45,000.00



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