In so-called "Good" condition (i.e. well worn) a 1924 Peace dollar would retail for 12 or 13 dollars. Coins made in Philadelphia and Denver would retail for about $15 in Extremely Fine condition, while a 1924 dollar from San Francisco would go for about twice that amount if in the same condition.
I have a 1796 silver coin that says 420 grains .900 fine and says Trade Dollar but there were no Trade Dollars before 1800’s. What is this coin?
whats the value of a 1795 silver dollar.
No genuine Trade Dollars are dated 1872. 1873 was the first year issue. The entire series of Trade Dollars is known to have counterfeits.
This is a Trade Dollar and about the most faked US coin of all! The 1875 has 7 kinds of this date. Take it to a coin dealer.
There was no 1926 British "Trade Dollar" minted.
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The value depends on the year of issue and the condition.
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.
A genuine 1883 U.S. trade dollar is worth no less than $700 and quite possibly over $1,000 depending on condition. Note: An actual trade dollar has the Seated Liberty design on the obverse (heads) side and says "120 grains 900 fine" and "trade dollar" on the reverse (tails) side. If one side is only a woman's face, and the other side has an eagle and says "one dollar," then it's an 1883 Morgan dollar, worth about $25.
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.
The first trade dollars were minted in 1873. If your coin has that date on the front and the words TRADE DOLLAR and 420 GRAINS 900 FINE on the back, it's a counterfeit (replica coin). It should have been plainly marked with the stamp "COPY." If it has a spread-winged eagle and the abbreviation ONE DOL. on the back, it's a Liberty Seated dollar, not a trade dollar. In that case please see the Related Question for more details.
Trade dollars are made by the US not Canada.
If you've got a bronze trade dollar coin, it is a fake. Real trade dollars were made out of silver, not bronze.
If you have a 'Trade Dollar' dated 1799 it's fake. 1873 is the first year of issue.
Retail is $200 to $600 depending on condition.
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!
The Philadelphia issue (no mintmark) 1878 Trade Dollar is a Proof only issue. The coins have a retail value of about $1,000.00. Take it to a coin dealer for an assessment.
An 1875 Trade dollar 420 grains .900 Fine was a Silver Dollar minted in the US in the 19th century. These 'dollars' were not legal tender in the United States of America, instead intended for trade overseas, specifically in Asia. Hence the name Trade Dollars. 420 grains is roughly 27 grams of .900 Silver, which is under a troy ounce of 90% silver. These were intended to complete with other currencies being utilized in the orient at the time they were being minted. A lot of surviving specimens have what are called chop marks; marks on them which were done by a tool the recipient of these coins hit into them to verify they were real silver. Most trade dollars are worth more for their numismatic value than their silver value (trending a $100 or more in the lowest graded conditions).
All 1882 Trade Dollars are a "Proof" only issue. All were minted in Philadelphia, none at Carson City. So if you have an 1882-CC Trade Dollar it's a fake with no value.
U.S. Trade Dollars are about the most faked U.S. coin of all! The 1875 issue has a total of 7 different coins for this date. Take it to a coin dealer for an assessment.