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  • Large 2-cash, Emperor Hui Zong (1101-1125), Northern Song, China H16.225

    The denomination of these coin is not certain, though it was probably 3-cash. The Song Dynasty was a ruling dynasty in China between 960 and 1279; it succeeded the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period, and was followed by the Yuan Dynasty.
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  • Wu Zhu cash of Emperor Wu (502-549 AD), Liang dynasty, China (H#10.17)

    The Liang dynasty, also known as the Southern Liang dynasty, was the third of the Southern Dynasties during China's Southern and Northern Dynasties period. Located in central China, north of Lake Dongting, the Liang dynasty was followed by the Chen dynasty.
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  • Authentic HUGE 10-cash, Emperor Hui Zong (1101-1125), Song dyn, China (H16.399)

    The Song Dynasty was a ruling dynasty in China between 960 and 1279; it succeeded the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period, and was followed by the Yuan Dynasty. It was the first government in world history to issue banknotes or paper money, and the first Chinese government to establish a permanent standing navy.
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  • Smaller (23mm) 50-cash of Wang Mang (7-23 AD), Xin dynasty, China

    Wang Mang (45 BC - 6 October 23 AD), was a Han Dynasty official who seized the throne from the Liu family and founded the Xin (or Hsin, meaning "new") Dynasty, ruling AD 923. Some historians have traditionally viewed Wang as a usurper, while others have portrayed him as a visionary and selfless social reformer.
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  • Lot of 3 unsorted bronze Kai Yuan cash coins, 618-907 AD, Tang dynasty, China

    Its territory, acquired through the military campaigns of its early rulers, was greater than that of the Han period, and it rivalled that of the later Yuan Dynasty, Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty. He established the Later Liang Dynasty, which inaugurated the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period.
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  • Late Wu Zhu from ca.90 BC, Emperor Wu Di, Western Han dynasty, China (H#8.10)

    The Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE) was the second imperial dynasty of China, preceded by the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms (220-265 CE). It was briefly interrupted by the Xin Dynasty (9-23 CE) of the former regent Wang Mang.
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  • Bronze Kai Yuan cash, shoulderless Yuan, 732-907AD, Tang dynasty, China (H#14.6)

    Four chinese characters Kai Yuan Tong Bao ("The Inaugural currency") (shoulderless "Yuan") / Blank. 22.5mm, 3.16 grams. Issued in ca.732-907 AD. Schjöth #312ff; Hartill 14.6. SKY 42189. Its territory, acquired through the military campaigns of its early rulers, was greater than that of the Han period, and it rivalled that of the later Yuan Dynasty, Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty.
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  • Kai Yuan TB cash, right-shoulder Yuan, 732-907AD, Tang dynasty, China (H#14.8)

    Its territory, acquired through the military campaigns of its early rulers, was greater than that of the Han period, and it rivalled that of the later Yuan Dynasty, Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty. He established the Later Liang Dynasty, which inaugurated the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Period.
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  • Nice Wu Zhu cash of Emperor Wu (502-549 AD), Liang dynasty, China (H#10.17)

    The Liang dynasty, also known as the Southern Liang dynasty, was the third of the Southern Dynasties during China's Southern and Northern Dynasties period. Located in central China, north of Lake Dongting, the Liang dynasty was followed by the Chen dynasty.
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  • Authentic Wu Zhu cash, Emperor Wu Di (113-90 BC), Western Han dyn., China H8.6

    The Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE) was the second imperial dynasty of China, preceded by the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms (220-265 CE). It was briefly interrupted by the Xin Dynasty (9-23 CE) of the former regent Wang Mang.
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  • Large Xi Ning 10-cash of Emperor Shen Zong (1068-1085), Northern Song, China

    Four Chinese characters (regular script) Xi Ning Zhong Bao / Blank. 32mm, 7.19 grams. Issued in 1071-1077 AD. Schjöth #542a; Hartill 16.199. SKU 41694. In 1071 the government issued large 10-cash coins to meet military expenses.
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  • Wu Zhu cash without rims, temp. Wu Di (113-90 BC), Western Han dynasty, China

    The Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE) was the second imperial dynasty of China, preceded by the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms (220-265 CE). It was briefly interrupted by the Xin Dynasty (9-23 CE) of the former regent Wang Mang.
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  • Wu Zhu cash without rims, Emperor Wu Di (113-90 BC), Western Han dynasty, China

    The Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE) was the second imperial dynasty of China, preceded by the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms (220-265 CE). It was briefly interrupted by the Xin Dynasty (9-23 CE) of the former regent Wang Mang.
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  • Late Wu Zhu from ca.90 BC, Emperor Wu Di, Western Han dynasty, China (H#8.10)

    The Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE) was the second imperial dynasty of China, preceded by the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms (220-265 CE). It was briefly interrupted by the Xin Dynasty (9-23 CE) of the former regent Wang Mang.
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  • 2 Ming Chinese Fused Shipwreck Coins

    You can own a piece of the prestigious Ming Dynasty! The coin on one side is a Yong Le Tong Bao while the other could be a Hong Wu Tong Bao. It is likely these coins traveled over 300 km and rested on the seabed for almost 600 years.
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  • Hartill 17.634 S.Song Dynasty, Emperor Ningzong Jia Ding Yuan Bao, Large 10 Cash

    Jia Ding Yuan Bao, Large 10 Cash Coin. Jia Ding Yuan Bao, Large 10 Cash Coin. Southern Song Dynasty, Emperor Ningzong. Obverse: Jia Ding Yuan Bao. Reverse: Zhe Shi mark indicating the denomination 10 cash.
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  • Bronze Huo Quan w/dot on hole, Wang Mang (9-23 AD), Xin dynasty, China (H#9.45)

    Two large Chinese characters Huo Quan ("money coin"), with the protruding stroke on top of Quan, without the rim around the central hole, raised outside rim / Blank. 23mm, 2.65 grams. Hartill #9.45.
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  • Large Huo Quan w/double inner rim, Wang Mang (9-23 AD), China (H#9.34)

    Two large Chinese characters Huo Quan ("money coin"), without the protruding stroke on top of Quan, double inner rim around the central hole, raised outside rim / Blank. 23mm, 3.12 grams. Hartill #9.34.
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  • Nice authentic ban-liang cash w/RIMS, ca.175-119 BC, Western Han, China (H#7.29)

    Two normal-sized Chinese characters Ban Liang ("Half an ounce"), large characters (lower part of liang is like a M), no rims or other marks / Blank, no rims. 25mm, 2.45 grams. BM Chinese coins (Poole) #256ff; Hartill #7.29.
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  • Bronze Huo Quan w/dot on hole, Wang Mang (9-23 AD), Xin dynasty, China (H#9.45)

    Two large Chinese characters Huo Quan ("money coin"), with the protruding stroke on top of Quan, without the rim around the central hole, raised outside rim / Blank. 23mm, 2.59 grams. Hartill #9.45.
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  • Scarce tiny elm-seed ban-liang, Emperor Gao Zu (206-195 BC), China

    A Chinese ounce (liang) weighs about 16 grams. The earliest "Ban Liangs" weighed half that much - 8 grams, but the later pieces, like this one, weighed much less. The Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE) was the second imperial dynasty of China, preceded by the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms (220-265 CE).
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  • New Catalog! One Thousand Years of Wu Zhu Coinage (118 BC-958), Gratzer/Fishman

    This work is the result of collaboration between H. Gratzer and A. M. Fishman, two numismatists specializing in Asian coinage with many decades of experience and accumulated knowledge. One Thousand Years of Wu Zhu Coinage is a part of a series of books on the early ancient Chinese coins.
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  • New ListingHartill 1.3 Solid Silver Cowrie shell money, Shang Dynasty 1766-1154 BC Earliest

    Inscriptions and archaeological evidence shows that cowrie shells were regarded as important objects of value in the Shang Dynasty (c. 1766-1154 BC). In the Zhou period, they are frequently referred to as gifts or rewards from kings and nobles to their subjects.
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  • New ListingSilver Fatman Dollar Yuan Shikai Year 3, 1914 National Coinage of China Republic

    In 1911, when the revolutionary uprising broke out, Yuan appeared as the only man who could lead the country to peace and unity. Yuan accepted Dr. Sun's conditions that Dr. Sun would give up his presidency and Yuan would take over him.
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  • SONG DYNASTY AE25___960-1127 AD__Golden Age of China___HOARD FIND___1 Cash Coin

    Starting in 960 AD and ending in 1127 AD, the glorious Song Dynasty reigned. During this period, two of China's great breakthroughs came about - typography and the compass were both invented. The application of gunpowder also developed rapidly.
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