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K6515, China 20 Pcs Diff. Coins Collection, BC118 to AD1850

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K6515, China 20 Pcs Diff. Coins Collection, BC118 to AD1850.


20 Pcs different in all. Fine Condition. Please refer the pictures.


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Please see the picture--the number is from the left to right, and from upper line to bottom line.
No 1: Pan-Liang Coin. 燤inted from BC 200 to BC 118 (from China's Ch'in Dynasty to East Han Dynasty). Weight: about 3.00 gram. This coins is the first coins to be circulated in all part of China, or called the first unified coin. Catalogue No: H7.8, FD415, S88.
No 2: Wu-Chu Coin. 燤inted from BC 118 to around AD 500 (from China's East Han Dynasty to Sui Dynasty). Weight: about 3.00 to 3.50 gram. This coins is widely used as cash payment in China for more than 600 years. Catalogue No: H8.9.
No 3: Small Wu-Chu Coin without edge. 燤inted from BC 118 to around AD 500 (from China's East Han Dynasty to Sui Dynasty). Weight: about 1.0 gram. This coins is widely used as cash payment in China for more than 600 years. Catalogue No: H10.28, FD582, S306.
No 4: Huo Quan Coin. 燤inted from AD 7-23 (China's Wang-Mang Period of Han Dynasty). Weight: about 2.0-2.5 gram. Catalogue No: H9.37, FD488, S154.
No 5: K'ai-Yuan Thong Bao. Minted from AD 621 to AD 900 (China's T'ang Dynasty). The T'ang Dynasty is regarded by the Chinese as a Golden Age in her history. This kind of coin is in extremely good quality and weights about 3.20 to 3.80 gram. 燙atalogue No: H14.1, FD672, S312.
No 6: Qian-Yuan Zhong Bao. Minted from AD 756 to AD 762 (China's T'ang Dynasty). The T'ang Dynasty is regarded by the Chinese as a Golden Age in her history. Weights about 3.20 to 3.80 gram. Catalogue No: H14.114, FD700, S353.
No 7: Yuan-Feng Tong Bao. Minted from AD 1078 to 1085 by China North Sung Dynasty Emperor Shen Zong. This is the standard one-cash coins of North sung Dynasty, circulated in China for more than 1000 years (until 1900). Weight: 2.60 to 3.10 gram.Catalogue No: H16.235, FD963, S547.
No 8: Large Yuan-Feng Tong Bao. Minted from AD 1078 to 1085 by China North Sung Dynasty Emperor Shen Zong. This is the standard two-cash coins of North sung Dynasty, circulated in China for more than 1000 years (until 1900). Weight: 4.0 to 5.0 gram.Catalogue No: H16.248, S556.
No 9: Shao-Shen Yuan-Bao. Minted from AD 1094 to 1097 by China North Sung Dynasty Emperor Shen Zong. This is the standard one-cash coins of North sung Dynasty, circulated in China for more than 1000 years (until 1900). Weight: 2.60 to 3.10 gram.Catalogue No: H16.307, FD991, S586.
No 10: Large Xi-Ning Tong Bao. Minted from AD 1071 to 1077 by China North Sung Dynasty Emperor Shen Zong. This is the standard two-cash coins of North sung Dynasty, circulated in China for more than 1000 years (until 1900). Weight: 4.0 to 5.0 gram.Catalogue No: H16.199, FD956, S542.
No 11: Chen-Ho Thong Bao. Minted from AD 1111 to AD 1117 By Emperor Hui Tsung (China North Sung Dynasty). The weight is about 2.60 to 3.10 gram. Catalogue No: H16.428, FD1070, S633.
No 12: Tai-Ping Tong Bao. Minted from AD 976 to 989 by China North Sung Dynasty Emperor Hui-Tsung. This is the standard one-cash coins of North sung Dynasty, circulated in China for more than 1000 years (until 1900). Weight: 2.60 to 3.10 gram. Catalogue No: H16.17, S461.
No 13: Ta-Kuan Tong Bao. Minted from AD 1101 to 1125 by China North Sung Dynasty Emperor Hui-Tsung. This is the standard one-cash coins of North sung Dynasty, circulated in China for more than 1000 years (until 1900). Weight: 2.60 to 3.10 gram. Catalogue No: H16.418, FD1055, S629. Catalogue No: H14.1, FD672, S312.
No 14: Yong-Le Thong Bao. Minted from AD 1403 to 1424 by Ming Dynasty third emperor-Cheng Zu. Brown and green patina with very light earthen cover in spots, bold clear characters. Weight around 2.0 - 2.5 gram. 燙atalogue No: H20.121, FD1958, S1166.
No 15: Li-Yung Thong Bao. Minted from AD 1673 to 1678 by Ming Dynasty rebel Wu San-Kuei. Brown and green patina with very light earthen cover in spots, bold clear characters. Weight around 3.20 gram. 燙atalogue No: H21.85, FD2147, S1335.
No 16: Kang-Xi Thong Bao. Minted from AD 1662 to AD 1722 by Emperor Sheng Zu (China Ch'ing Dynasty). This is on of the standard cash coin in Ch'ing Dynasty. Weight around 3.20 gram. 燙atalogue No: H22.85, FD2250, S1419.
No 17: Qian-Long Thong Bao. Minted from AD 1736 to AD 1795 by Emperor Gao Zong (China Ch'ing Dynasty). This is on of the standard cash coin in Ch'ing Dynasty. Weight around 3.20 gram. 燙atalogue No: H22.202, FD2297, S1464.
No 18: Chia-Ch'ing Thong Bao. Minted from AD 1796 to AD 1820 by Emperor Jen Tsung (China Ch'ing Dynasty). This is on of the standard cash coin in Ch'ing Dynasty. Weight around 3.20 gram. 燙atalogue No: H22.440, FD2336, S1489.
No 19: Small Tao-Kuang Thong Bao. Minted from AD 1821 to AD 1850 by Emperor Hsuan Tsung (China Ch'ing Dynasty). This is on of the standard cash coin in Ch'ing Dynasty. Weight around 2.00 gram. Catalogue No: H22.574, FD2384, S1512.
No 20: Small Tao-Kuang Thong Bao. Minted from AD 1821 to AD 1850 by Emperor Hsuan Tsung (China Ch'ing Dynasty). This is on of the standard cash coin in Ch'ing Dynasty. Weight around 3.00 gram.


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