The 1804 Draped Bust dollar is the most intriguing and alluring of all U.S. coins, with numerous secrets and hidden world sort stories encompassing it. Known as the “Lord of coins”, it is one of the most renowned and significant coins on the planet.

No 1804 dated silver dollars were really struck that year. These coins show proof of an innovation which wasn’t accessible in 1804, yet after 30 years.

Official mint records show 19,570 Draped Bust silver dollars were created, however it’s accepted that all the dollars really struck in 1804 have been dated 1803 or previously. This was a training at an opportunity to spare the cost of making new bites the dust each year. The silver dollars really

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stamped in 1804 are indistinct from their 1803 archetypes.

15 examples of the 1804 Draped Bust dollar are as of now known, and every one of the 15 are represented. They are ordered into Class I, II, and III. There are 8 Class I models printed in 1834. 1 Class II, and 6 Class III coins were stamped in private by Mint workers among 1857 and as late as 1870.

All Class I 1804 silver dollars will weigh 416 grains, the norm before 1837. Class I and Class III 1804 dollars have a lettered edge of the style utilized from 1794 to 1803, while the Class II dollar has a plain edge.

The 1858 Type III restrikes were made on whatever planchets could be found at that point. They didn’t really gauge the new 412.5 grains directed by Congress. Other than their non-uniform weight, Class III coins can be recognized from Class I by their marginally unique opposite plan.

It is imagined that initially 15 Class II dollars were illicitly struck by mint workers, which were later gotten back to mint authorities. The main outstanding Class II 1804 dollar has gone to the National Collection in the Smithsonian.

We currently realize that the 8 Class I, 1804 dollars were printed in 1834-1835 for incorporation in introduction verification sets given to dignitaries by the US Government. One is found in the King of Siam evidence set, the other went to the Sultan of Muscat.