These coins are graded by PCGS and given a very high grades of MS 64 - MS65.
The pricing of these coins are summarized in the table below:
- PCGS 1908 B British Trade Dollar MS64+, closed at USD 565 from open bidding.
- PCGS 1929 B British Trade Dollar MS64 , closed at USD 462 from open bidding.
- PCGS 1930 B British TRade Dollar MS64, closed at USD 376 from open bidding.
- PCGS 1900 B British Trade Dollar MS64, closed at USD 710 from open bidding
- PCGS 1897 B British Trade Dollar MS 64, closed at USD 710 from open bidding
- PCGS 1925 British Trade Dollar MS64, closed at USD 488 from open bidding.
- PCGS 1899 B British Trade Dollar MS 64, closed at USD 482 from open bidding
There were two PCGS graded MS 65 British trade dollar sold as well:
- PCGS 1930 B British Trade Dollar MS 65, sold at buy it now USD 990.
- PCGS 1929 B British Trade Dollar MS 65, sold at buy it now USD 990.
A piece of super nice, one of the highest graded PCGS Britis Trade Dollar
- PCGS 1929 B British trade dollar graded MS65 +, closed at USD 1452.00 from open bidding
A piece of rare over dates
- PCGS 1929/1 MS63+, closed at USD 1175.00 from open bidding
I shall create link for all these coins pictures shortly.
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Key points that i learned from studing the price pattern is as follows:
- Never clean your coin! PCGS and NGC likes natural coins, some of these coins are toned quite significantly but yet given a superb gradings. Once cleaned, you will only get UNC details which worth significantly lesser.
- The denote + sign from PCGS also translate into more higher price for that particular coin.
- From MS 64 to MS 65 grades, the price is almost double for the 1 grade higher coin.
- The overdate coins rarely given a numerical MS grading. they usually get the details grading. Hence the 1929/1 is a rare coins.