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The 73-P is one of the most difficult Trade Dollars to find chopmarked. On the obverse are two carefully placed chops: the first one is "wang" which can be translated into "king;" the second one "feng" which can mean "seal." An intriguing combinati...

The 1873-CC is one of the keys to the series, chopmarked or not.

One faint chopmark, under Miss Liberty's outstretched arm to China holding an olive branch, on an otherwise mint state example. The 1873-S is the most difficult San Francisco Trade dollar to find chopmarked. They exist, but are not common.

Another P mint Trade Dollar that is very difficult to find chopmarked. Most Philadelphia Trade Dollars circulated domestically, although a handful did make it to the Orient, many via London.

Readily available chopmarked, but almost never in this state of preservation. Most of the mintage of 1.4 million coins made it to China. Almost none survived and returned in this condition.

Fairly common chopmarked, this lustrous S-mint Trade dollar saw little circulation and received a solitary chopmark on the reverse.
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