1930 Silver Coin Great Britain Trade Dollar Britannia Standing Ship Lustrous AU
Description: A nice About Uncirculated silver coin from Great Britain. This is the One Trade Dollar issued in 1930 by the United Kingdom to facilitate trade in the orient. The coin is lustrous and would grade about uncirculated. This is a nice size silver coin with nice heft to it. It does have a few rim nicks which can be seen in the photos. The coin displays Britannia standing with a trident and a shield and having a sail ship in the background on the obverse. The reverse shows oriental design with the denomination in Chinese and Malay script in a cross configuration. This is KM T5 and weighs ~26.9 grams of 0.900 silver and measures ~39 mm. Please carefully review the photos presented as they are part and parcel of our description.
Mint: Great Britain.
Size and Weight: Silver coin weighs ~26.9 grams of 0.900 silver and measures ~39 mm.
References: It is KM # T5.
Condition: I would grade the coin as a nice lustrous about uncirculated coin. It is beautiful with minimum wear consistent with its age and circulated state. It does have a couple of rim nicks, which can be seen in the photos. Be that as it may, the coin has great eye appeal and has quite a bit of luster. The coin also has a few scratches and bag marks. Please see photo for additional condition information.
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