Assuming it was a genuine trade dollar, it would have been worth something between $75 and $500, depending on the mintmark and condition before someone cut it up. Now a coin collector would be interested in it only as a novelty, not as a collectible coin, and there really isn't any value guide for such things. About the only way to determine the value would be to put it up for auction and see what kind of interest it attracts. I would expect it to bring somewhere in the $25-50 range, but it is unusual and over 100 years old so if two or more people get interested, bidding could go a lot higher.AnswerYou have what is known as a "coin box" or "opium dollar". These were popular items back in the late 1800's and early 1900's.
It's pretty rare to find one in good condition today. They generally sell for $200 or more.
There is one currently listed on eBay here.
More information and pictures of one can be found here.
Dan Moore The Working Man's Rare Coins http://www.workingmancoins.com
trade it holding it trade it holding it
The words Trade Dollar are on the reverse of the coins.
There was no 1926 British "Trade Dollar" minted.
for huntail,you have to trade clamperl holding a deepseatooth for gorebyss, you have to trade clamperl holding a deepseascale
Look at the reverse for the phrase TRADE DOLLAR under the eagle.
Filing a trade secret patent is easy. All you have to do is download the file.
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.
Treaty of Kanagawa
you migrate a clampearl holding deepseatooth then you have to trade it with someone stil holding that item, and when the trade is over it evolves.
Clamperl evolves in two ways. One way is to trade it while holding a DeepSeaTooth. Another way is to trade it while holding a DeepSea Scale. If you trade it while it is holding a DeepSea Tooth it will evolve into Huntail. If you trade it while it is holding a DeepSea Scale it will evolve into Gorebyss.
A Trade Dollar is a little less than an ounce 0.960157
Building covered bridges without metal nails, metal screws or metal bolts is a trade secret. Classified information could be considered to be a trade secret.