Great Britain: British silver Trade Dollar 1921-B. KM-T5. Bombay Mint. MS63 PCGS: Choice Uncirculated with rich silvery-gold toning, evenly...
Ultra-Rare, High-Grade 1921-B Trade DollarBritish silver Trade Dollar 1921-B. KM-T5. Bombay Mint. MS63 PCGS: Choice Uncirculated with rich silvery-gold toning, evenly distributed on both sides, making for a beautiful appearance. Struck in India during the reign of King George V, this is one of the great modern rarities of Great Britain. Collected along with Crowns, as well as by collectors of British colonial coins, this coin is in a superlative condition and should attract many eager bids from all over the world. Another group of bidders will be those who specialize in trade dollars of the world, this being one of the most difficult of them all to find, in any grade, as only 5 are recorded by Krause as being known. We have not seen the others, but it would be hard to beat the quality, and particularly the pleasing eye-appeal, of the specimen offered for sale here. Our estimate is based solely on the value given in the Krause reference. In the current market, this coin's actual value will be decided by bidders; it could soar and surprise us all.
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