The U.S. Trade dollar was created for use in the Orient, in hopes that American trade could be carried out with them instead of Spanish dollars. In the five-year run that Trade Dollars were minted, less than 36 million pieces were struck.
- Contains .7874 oz of Silver.
- PCGS encapsulation protects and guarantees the MS-61 condition.
- Designed by William Barber.
- Obverse: Features Lady Liberty sitting encircled with 13 stars.
- Reverse: Depicts a Heraldic Eagle with wings unfolded.
- Coins from the San Francisco Mint carry an "S" mintmark on the reverse below the "S" in Grains.
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