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The Trade Dollar, issued by the U.S. Mint from 1873 to 1885, was primarily intended for use in international trade with China and other East Asian countries. It was minted in 90% silver and was slightly heavier than the U.S. silver dollar. It features a Liberty seated design on the obverse and a depiction of an eagle with outspread wings on the reverse. The coin bares the denomination “420 GRAINS, 900 FINE,” indicating its silver content.