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(18th-19th Centuries) World Trade Dollar Set of Five Coins - Austria, Mexico, French Indochina, Great Britain and United States in a Presentation Box

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(18th-19th Centuries) World Trade Dollar Set of Five Coins - Austria, Mexico, French Indochina, Great Britain and United States Presentation Box

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Why buy this set of five Trade Dollars from Great Britain, Austria, Mexico, French Indochina and the United States?

This set includes 5 different coins. All of them are trade dollars from different nations. The issuing countries include the U.S., Great Britain, French Indochina, Mexico, and Austria. When these coins were in use they were equivalent in value. This is why they were used for international trade. These trade dollars were minted just for that purpose.

Classic Trade Dollar designs

The country of issue can be determined by looking at the obverse of each coin. Here icons such as Liberty and Britannia can be seen.

Like the obverse designs, the reverse designs vary according to which country they were issued by. Some of them are inscribed with the issuing country here.

Five coins in a presentation Box

All 5 of these coins are housed in a single presentation box. The wooden box has a classy blue and white interior. Within the box each coin is protected by its own plastic case.

Don't miss your chance to own this set of five trade dollars from the U.S., Great Britain, Mexico, Austria and French Indochina in a presentation box, order while you have the opportunity.


Year of Issue:(18th-19th Centuries)
Quantity:5-Coin Set
Grading Service:Uncertified
Finish:Mint State
Packaging:Presentation Display Box
Composition:Silver
Purity:0.999