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A 1884 Trade Dollar was only minted in proof condition by the US Treasury and carried NO mint mark. If you happen to possess this coin, its value is: $125,000!

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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 words Trade Dollar are on the reverse of the coins.


The last 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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The 1884 is a common Morgan dollar, values are $17.00-$26.00 for average coins.


The 1884 Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $23.00-$31.00 for a example in circulated condition


There was no 1926 British "Trade Dollar" minted.



4-26-11>> The 1884 Morgan dollar is common and assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, values are $38.00-$44.00


The 1884 Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $30.00-$40.00 for a example in circulated condition.


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.


i have 1884 trade dollar i got it in a charity shop 20 year ago not proff same weight but not a fake


The 1884-O Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $32.00-$39.00 for a example in circulated condition.


Trade dollars were US coins made in silver to trade in the far East. However, your coin, if it is an 1884 Trade Dollar, it is counterfeit. There were only 10 examples minted that year, all of them are known. So, when it comes to value, the only value your coin can have is if it is minted in real silver, if it is minted in real silver, it is worth however much silver is in your coin. If it is silver plated lead, or silver plated copper, or non-silver alloy like "nickel silver" your coin is essentially worthless.


The 1884 Morgan dollar is a common date coin of this series. Circulated coins with out any mintmarks are valued at $38.00-$41.00


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


The first Trade Dollars are dated 1873. If this coin is a Trade Dollar dated 1798 it's counterfeit.


No Trade dollars were struck in 1889


No such (genuine) coin exists, the first US trade dollar was struck in 1873.


The Philadelphia issue (no mintmark) 1878 Trade Dollar is a Proof only coin with a retail value of about $1,000.00 but take it to a dealer for a assessment.


6-30-11>> Assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark. The 1884-O Morgan dollar is a very common New Orleans Mint issue coin. Value is $36.00 to $44.00 depending on condition.



It's about $25.00 just for the silver. The dent kills the collectible value.


The first Peace dollars were struck in 1921.


Trade dollars are made by the US not Canada.



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