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1876-S $1 Silver Trade Dollar Type-I/I, Chopmarked PCGS MS61


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1876-S $1 Silver Trade Dollar Type-I/I, Chopmarked PCGS MS61




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Features of the 1876-S $1 Silver Trade Dollar Type-I/I, Chopmarked PCGS MS61:

  • Minted in the year 1876
  • US - San Francisco Mint
  • MS61 Graded by PCGS
  • PCGS Population: 3

The 1876-S Silver Trade Dollar Type I, graded MS61 by PCGS, is a fascinating numismatic piece. These Trade Dollars were minted specifically for trade with China and were often chopmarked, which were counterstamps applied by Chinese merchants to verify the coin's authenticity.

In MS61 condition, the coin would likely have some noticeable bag marks or abrasions but should still retain most of its original luster. The grade MS61 indicates that the coin is Mint State, meaning it has not circulated, but it is at the lower end of the Mint State spectrum in terms of condition.

Chopmarked Trade Dollars are particularly sought after by collectors due to the additional history and character they possess. The specific chopmarks can sometimes reveal details about the coin's journey through international trade routes. Overall, it's a fascinating piece of history and numismatics!

Coin SeriesPre-64 Silver
Face Value$1
Mint Or RefineryU.S. Mint - San Francisco
Mint MarkS - San Francisco
Metal TypeSilver
Mordern Or HistoricalPre-64
Grade ServicePCGS
Metal Weight0.7874 oz
CertifiedInvestment Grade
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