Rare US 1877-S Trade Dollar
The Trade Dollar was a silver coin minted by the United States Mint. These rare coins contain slightly more silver than the standard silver dollar of the time, so they were more appealing for use in international trade. This particular one was minted in San Francisco!
Design: The obverse of the Trade Dollar featured Lady Liberty seated on a bale of merchandise, holding an olive branch and a scroll inscribed with “LIBERTY.” The reverse depicted an eagle with its wings outstretched, clutching a bundle of arrows and an olive branch. The inscription “United States of America” and the denomination “420 GRAINS, 900 FINE” were also present.
Collectability: Today, the 1877-S Trade Dollar is highly sought after by collectors due to its low mintage and historical significance. Its rarity and historical context make it a valuable and prized coin in the world of numismatics.
Mintmark: San Francisco. The San Francisco Mint (represented by the “S” mintmark) produced this rare coin. The 1877-S Trade Dollar has gained prominence among collectors due to its rarity.
Grade: MS65+ (Mint State 65 Plus), CAC-Approval Sticker
PCGS Certification Number: 39213681
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