What became known as a "British Dollar" was issued by the Bank of England and were restruck from Spanish-American 8-Reales until at least 1811 as an emergency measure during a period of financial crisis as a result of the Napoleonic Wars.
The coin has an unflattering bust of George III on the obverse, and Britannia seated inside a crowned oval on the reverse with the words "BANK OF ENGLAND" around the edge. The oval has the words "FIVE SHILLINGS" and "DOLLAR" stamped on it.
There are 8 variant strikings of this coin ranging from £130 GBP to £675 GBP depending on the condition.
All variants have Proof strikings better than FDC from £1,000 GBP.
A reputable coin dealer will be able to assist with positive identification and give a more accurate valuation.
There were no 1804 British Sovereigns minted. The Sovereign was reintroduced into the currency in 1817.
The US didn't strike any half dollars in 1804.
There were no Morgan silver dollars minted in 1804. The first year of mintage for them was 1878.
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The Royal Mint produced no British Threepences from 1801 to 1833 inclusive.
There was no 1926 British "Trade Dollar" minted.
This is NOT an original 1804 silver dollar. The value is only worth what the metal is worth. If it's made out silver it will be worth more than if it just has a silver plating with some like a stainless steel core.
A real one has a value of well over 1 millon dollars
If it's a fake, it's worth little to nothing.
All 19 examples of this coin have a minimum value of one million dollars each. The 1804 dollar is one of the most well known rarities of all US coins, many copy's, replicas and fakes exist.
A authentic Draped Bust 1804 dollar is worth over Two Million dollars, but all 19 known examples are well accounted for. Many counterfeits & copy's exist, also it's a favorite for modern "Silver Rounds" made to look like the 1804 dollar.
No US dollar coins were minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835. Look at the coin again and post new question.
In 1999, one sold for over $4million at an auction, about 15 are known to exist
The British currency is the Pound Sterling (GBP). The British have never produced a Two Dollar coin.
The Royal Mint produced no Guinea coins from 1800 to 1812 inclusive.
Britain did not produce a "Dollar" coin.
1866 was the first year for shield nickel's, the only US coins dated 1804 are a Half Cent,Large Cent,Quarter,Dime and a Dollar.
The exchange rate is currently: 1 British Pound equals 1.52 US Dollar
i do have a Canada british Columbia dollor1871- 1971 and will like to know the value
There's no such thing, because there was no CSA until 1861.
Britain has never issued a half dollar coin.