1875 CC Trade Dollars : Type 2 Reverse

Early Silver Dollars

Mintage: N/A
Minted at: Carson City

Designer - Engraver: William Barber
Metal Composition: 90% Silver - 10% Copper

Diameter: 38.1 mm
Mass / Weight: 27.22 grams

What this coin looks like (obverse, reverse, mint mark location, special features, etc.):
1875 CC Type 2 Trade Silver Dollar
One major variety of the 1875 CC Trade Silver Dollar features the Type 2 (Type Two or Type II) Reverse.

The Type 1 reverse was the earlier design used on Trade Dollars minted from 1873 through 1874 and some of them from 1875 through 1876. This design features an extra berry on a branch under the eagle claw on the right side of the portrait. In addition: The bottom-most arrowhead tip ends just above the "0" in the words/numbers "420 GRAINS".

The Type 2 Reverse is a newer design used on some Trade dollars in 1875-1876 and on all Trade dollars starting in 1877 and onwards. This design is missing the berry under the eagle claw and the bottom-most arrowhead tip ends just above the "2" in "420". These features are depicted below. The difference between the 1875 Type 1 Reverse vs Type 1 Reveres Trade Dollar is depicted below in the example comparison image:

1875 Type 1 Reverse vs Type 2 Reverse Trade Silver Dollar - Difference and Comparison
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The 1875-CC Trade Silver Dollar (Type 2 Reverse Variety) is worth $257 in average condition and can be worth $2,659 or more in uncirculated mint condition. Click here to learn how to use coin price charts. Also, click here to learn about grading coins. The Melt Value shown below is how valuable the coin's metal is worth (bare minimum value of coin). Click here to see the Melt Value of every US coin.

MELT VALUE: $13.21

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