Logan, The early dollars did not have the denomination on either the front or the back of the coin. Instead it was expessed on the edge as ONE HUNDRED CENTS ONE DOLLAR OR UNIT. Many of the older Chinese fakes didn't bother lettering the edge and either left them plain or gave them a reeded edge. Those fakes are naturally EASY to spot. More recent ones are also getting the edge inscription right. they also have problems in getting the star arrangements right. Early dollars can have 13, 15, or 16 stars and they varied in how many were on the left and right of the bust. In the case of the coin above they have used an arrangement that was never used on the genuine coins of that year.