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If it's a fake, it's worth little to nothing.

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At the risk of sounding a bit snarky, the best way to tell if it's fake is to hold it in your hand. If it looks like an 1804 silver dollar, it's fake. The 1804 dollar is one of the most famous rarities in all of American coinage. All known specimens have been accounted for and are in museums or private collections. There are oceans of counterfeit ones on the market.


If it is a US silver coin it can only be a Quarter or a Dime dated 1804 an needs to be sent to a top grading service.Coins of this date an type start at around 500.00 in grade G-4. If it is a Dollar coin dated 1804 its a FAKE there are only 18 known 1804 Dollars.


A genuine 1795 dollar is silver, but it's not pure silver. The coin is a fake if it's not silver.


Roughly the value of most fakes, essentially nothing.


its fake o silver dollars were made in 1799


Counterfeit coins are worth about as much as the (usually) low-quality metal that they're made of. 1804 dollars are among the most frequently faked coins because real ones are worth millions, but all of those have been accounted for.


Please check again and post a new question. There were no US silver dollars minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive. If the coin in fact has that date and denomination, it's counterfeit. The market has been flooded with fake dollar coins. Some of them are laughably bad, with impossible dates and/or designs although many others require an expert to identify as fake.


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


The value of the 5 dollar 1936 silver certificate is not available because there was no certificate of this denomination issued in 1936. The certificate is most likely a fake.


its fake according to ebay. There was never such a dollar coin made in 1906. These are forgeries from China from what I have read.


If you've got a bronze trade dollar coin, it is a fake. Real trade dollars were made out of silver, not bronze.


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


If you have a 1895 Morgan with a Carson-City mintmark it's fake. 1893 was the last CC Morgan dollar.


There were no silver dollars minted from 1804 to 1835 inclusive, and the Carson City mint only operated from 1870 to 1893. There are many fake dollar 'coins' with impossible dates and/or mint marks so you may well have one of those.


The Carson City mint only operated from 1870 to 1893. There are many fake "CC" coins with other dates so if you have an 1840 'dollar' with that mint mark it's a fake.


The first $1 silver certificates were issued in 1886. Anything dated 1819 is a fantasy piece or an intentional fake.


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


The U.S. has never issued a $1,000,000 bill, ever. Even if it did, it would have been a gold certificate, not silver. As such, it would receive very little value, since it is fake.


There are only a handful of genuine 1804 silver dollars known. The easiest test for a non-professional to do is just take it to a reputable coin dealer for an evaluation. Chances are, you've got a copy. Before you do this, look for a "COPY", "REPLICA", "R" or "C" stamped in the coin, if you've got one of those you have a fake without a doubt.


Neither the U.S. nor Canada struck any silver dollars in 1932. If your coin is from another country or has a different date, please post a new question with that information. There are many counterfeit dollar coins on the market, so if you have a 1932 Peace "dollar" it is a fake.



If it has a motto on the back (the banner saying in god we trust) then its a fake. If its magnetic its fake. If it has a ridge running all the way around the center of the reeded edge the coin it is fake. If the denticles are not all symetrical its fake. Lastly, a real 1843 silver dollar weighs 26.73 grams and has a diameter of 38.1 mm. Anything other than that is a fake.


Not many fake coins are made from real silver or gold. Take it to a jeweler to be tested, most will do this for you.


A US Trade Dollar dated 1795 is a fake, they were struck from 1873-1885


Yes, I have some counterfeit coins, they are used for reference and teaching tool's.



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