* SILVER TRADE DOLLAR - 1877 S - FINE
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Item pictured here. Nice Trade Dollar - no problems
The United States trade dollar was minted by the United States Mint to compete with other large silver trade coins that were already popular in East Asia.
They were first struck in 1873, with the majority of the coins being sent to China. Eventually, bullion producers began converting large amounts of silver into trade dollars, causing the coins to make their way into American commercial channels. In 1876, they were officially demonetized but continued to circulate. Production of business strikes ended in 1878, though the mintage of proof coins officially continued until 1883.
- Average Circulated will include coins with some discolorations or spots, cleaning, small dings, scratches, and/or worn rims.
- Fine Coins are undamaged, full rimmed pieces, no harsh or modern cleaning (some may have been gently cleaned over 50 years ago)
- Extra Fine show only slight traces of wear, never cleaned.
- Uncirculated is MINT STATE, exactly as the coins left the mint. They may have experienced some NATURAL TONING or small bag marks due to handling between the mint and banks
- Proof Coins are specially issued and manufactured as display pieces
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