K5210, China Last Cash Coin, Min Kuo Thong Bao, AD 1912.
Very Fine. Please refer the picture.
Minted by China Yun'nan Province local government. ?This is the China's last circulated cash coin with a hole. After 1912, the struck coins without hole took the place of cash coin. "Min Kuo" means the "Republic of China". Since this type of coin was only minted in one province, it is quite rare.
Reverse Character: Ten Wen (means "Ten-Cash Coin")
Weight: 3.60 to 4.10 gram. ? Diameter: 26 mm.
Krause Catalog No.KM#4 (In Yunnan Province Section).