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2a.  Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 10 cash coin cast in Seoul, from 1790-1830. 32mm in size; 11+ grams in weight.

Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 10 cash coin cast in Seoul, from in size; grams in weight.

Crown Of The Double Rose (S.2279). Henry VIII (1509-1547) Obv. - Crowned double rose. Rev. - Crowned shield. Crowned letters H and I on both sides stand for Henry and Jane Seymour issue (1536-1537). Arrow or pheon mintmark (top). 3.67 grams.

Crown Of The Double Rose Henry VIII Obv. Crowned letters H and I on both sides stand for Henry and Jane Seymour issue Arrow or pheon mintmark (top).

7b.  Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Ping An Province in 1678.

Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Ping An Province in

5a.  Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 2 cash coin cast from 1790-1830.

Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 2 cash coin cast from

4b.  Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Seoul, from 1830-1878.    32mm in size; 7+ grams in weight.

Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Seoul, from in size; grams in weight.

6b.  Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 1 cash coin cast in Guan Cheng, from 1830-1878.  28mm is size; 6 grams.

Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 1 cash coin cast in Guan Cheng, from is size;

2a.   Obverse side of a 'Xian Chun Yuan Bao' (咸淳元寶) 2 cash coin with orthodox script, cast in 1270 AD during the 'Xianchun' (咸淳) (1265-1274 AD) of Emperor Duzong (度宗) (1264–1274 AD), of the Southern Song (南宋) Dynasty (1127-1279 AD). The bottom of the reverse side features the Chinese number '6' indicating the coin was cast in the 6th year of the 'Xian Chun' reign of Emperor Duzong. 27.5mm in size. S-1061.

2a. Obverse side of a 'Xian Chun Yuan Bao' (咸淳元寶) 2 cash coin with orthodox script, cast in 1270 AD during the 'Xianchun' (咸淳) (1265-1274 AD) of Emperor Duzong (度宗) (1264–1274 AD), of the Southern Song (南宋) Dynasty (1127-1279 AD). The bottom of the reverse side features the Chinese number '6' indicating the coin was cast in the 6th year of the 'Xian Chun' reign of Emperor Duzong. 27.5mm in size. S-1061.

7a.  A Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Ping An Province in 1678.

A Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Ping An Province in

3a.   Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Seoul, from 1830-1878.  30mm in size; 6+ grams in weight.

Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Seoul, from in size; grams in weight.

8b.  Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Ping An Province in 1678.

Reverse side of a Chang Ping Tong Bao (常平通寶), 5 cash coin cast in Ping An Province in

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