Along the years of production, the Trade Dollar underwent some changes definitely worth mentioning. For the obverse, Trade dollars of 1873 through 1876 had the scroll point with LIBERTY ending to the left and Liberty's extended hand displaying only three fingers. Then, from 1876 till 1885, the scroll point ended downward and Liberty's extended hand showed four fingers. For the reverse, from 1873 until 1874 and occasionally in 1875 and 1876, there was a berry under the eagle's left talon and one of the arrowheads ended over 0. Then, occasionally on coins dating 1875 and 1876 and on all coins from 1877 until 1885, the reverse had no extra berry under the eagle's talon and one of the arrowheads ended over 2.
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