David Reimer Chop Marked Trade Dollar Collection

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Current
Rank
1
Set
Complete
100.00%
Set
Rating
59.164
GPA with
Top Bonuses
59.164
GPA
Weighted
58.438
About This Set: Trade dollars have a fascinating history -- minted from silver mined in the old west and shipped by boat to the Orient for international trade -- chopmarked Trade dollars bear physical evidence that they served their intended purpose.

This collection was put together over the past two decades and is one of the few --if not the only-- complete collection of chopmarked Trade dollars in existance. I began the collection in the late 1990s and completed it in 2004. After some upgrades, it became the number one registry set in 2007. In 2017, I was fortunate enough to purchase the Legend collection of chop marked Trade Dollars and combined it with my previous set to form the collection you see.

This set has been a tremendous challenge and pleasure to put together.


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Comments


Amazing looking coins.....Underrated series

Posted at 4/30/2018 10:40 PM by GOLDRUSHNUMI

I love this collection, it is truly something special. -Drew

Posted at 12/16/2017 12:13 PM by saltlydog4

I am always interested in purchasing rare or high-grade chopmarked Trade Dollars.

Posted at 8/26/2017 9:49 AM by DDR

I'm thinking of the stories each coin has since none of them became chop-marked by accident ;-)

Posted at 6/9/2014 2:30 PM by mercurydimeguy

This is really cool, I think I can get into doing a set like this.

Posted at 6/9/2014 2:29 PM by mercurydimeguy

Great set! I'm developing a passing interest in chopped Trades and you certainly are fanning my interest! Great set!

Posted at 4/27/2014 11:03 PM by greyfox070

DDR:

Posted at 4/27/2014 11:03 PM by greyfox070

DDR:

Posted at 4/27/2014 11:03 PM by greyfox070

Thanks, it's been a fun set to put together.

Posted at 9/16/2013 1:58 PM by DDR

Very unique set. Interesting way to collect them. Congrats on a very nice collection!

Posted at 9/7/2013 5:45 PM by aesplin

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