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35b.  Reverse side of a 'Xian Feng Tong Bao' (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast by the Qing Dynasty Board of Works (BoW - 工部) Mint in Beijing during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng, who ruled over China, from 1851 to 1861 AD. 19mm in size.

35b. Reverse side of a 'Xian Feng Tong Bao' (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast by the Qing Dynasty Board of Works (BoW - 工部) Mint in Beijing during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng, who ruled over China, from 1851 to 1861 AD. 19mm in size.

5a.   Obverse side view of a very scarce 'Da Tang Tong Bao' (開元通寶) 1 cash coin cast in AD 959 during the 'Jiaotai (交泰) reign period (943–958 AD) of Emperor Li Jing (李璟) of the Southern Tang Dynasty (943-961 AD).   24mm in size; 2+ grams in weight.   S-440.

5a. Obverse side view of a very scarce 'Da Tang Tong Bao' (開元通寶) 1 cash coin cast in AD 959 during the 'Jiaotai (交泰) reign period (943–958 AD) of Emperor Li Jing (李璟) of the Southern Tang Dynasty (943-961 AD). 24mm in size; 2+ grams in weight. S-440.

7a.  A Dao Guang Tong Bao (道光通寶) 1 cash coin cast in the Board of Revenue (BoR - 户部) Mint in Beijing, during the reign of Emperor Daoguang (1820-1850 AD).  29mm in size; 9+ grams in weight.

7a. A Dao Guang Tong Bao (道光通寶) 1 cash coin cast in the Board of Revenue (BoR - 户部) Mint in Beijing, during the reign of Emperor Daoguang (1820-1850 AD). 29mm in size; 9+ grams in weight.

7a. A VERY RARE large 'Xian Feng Tong Bao' (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast by the Qing Dynasty Board of Works (BoW - 工部) Mint in Beijing during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng, who ruled over China, from 1851 to 1861 AD. What makes this particular coin very rare, is its unusually large size, which is larger than the smaller 10 cash coins cast in the latter part of his reign. The larger sized cash coins indicate it was cast very early in the reign of Xianfeng. 27mm in size; 6 grams in weight.

7a. A VERY RARE large 'Xian Feng Tong Bao' (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast by the Qing Dynasty Board of Works (BoW - 工部) Mint in Beijing during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng, who ruled over China, from 1851 to 1861 AD. What makes this particular coin very rare, is its unusually large size, which is larger than the smaller 10 cash coins cast in the latter part of his reign. The larger sized cash coins indicate it was cast very early in the reign of Xianfeng. 27mm in size; 6 grams in weight.

70a.   Obverse side of a RARE cast iron Xian Feng Tong Bao (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast by the Board of Revenue (BoR - 户部) Mint in Beijing, during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng (1851-1861 AD). 23mm in size; 4 grams in weight.

70a. Obverse side of a RARE cast iron Xian Feng Tong Bao (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast by the Board of Revenue (BoR - 户部) Mint in Beijing, during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng (1851-1861 AD). 23mm in size; 4 grams in weight.

7c. A VERY RARE large 'Xian Feng Tong Bao' (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast by the Qing Dynasty Board of Works (BoW - 工部) Mint in Beijing during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng, who ruled over China, from 1851 to 1861 AD. What makes this particular coin very rare, is its unusually large size, which is larger than the smaller 10 cash coins cast in the latter part of his reign. The larger sized cash coins indicate it was cast very early in the reign of Xianfeng. 27mm in size; 6 grams in weight.

7c. A VERY RARE large 'Xian Feng Tong Bao' (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast by the Qing Dynasty Board of Works (BoW - 工部) Mint in Beijing during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng, who ruled over China, from 1851 to 1861 AD. What makes this particular coin very rare, is its unusually large size, which is larger than the smaller 10 cash coins cast in the latter part of his reign. The larger sized cash coins indicate it was cast very early in the reign of Xianfeng. 27mm in size; 6 grams in weight.

36a.    The obverse side of a Jia Qing Tong Bao (嘉靖通寶) 1 cash coin cast during the reign of Jiaqing, the 10th emperor of the Ming Dynasty (AD 1521–1566). The reverse side of this coin is plain. 25mm in size; 3+ grams in weight. S-1181.

36a. The obverse side of a Jia Qing Tong Bao (嘉靖通寶) 1 cash coin cast during the reign of Jiaqing, the 10th emperor of the Ming Dynasty (AD 1521–1566). The reverse side of this coin is plain. 25mm in size; 3+ grams in weight. S-1181.

65a. The obverse (front) side of a SCARCE Chong Zhen Tong Bao (崇禎通寶) 1 cash coin, cast during the reign of Chongzhen (崇禎) (1627-1644 AD), the last emperor of the Ming Dynasty. The reverse right side of this coin features the Chinese characters 'Yi Qian' (一錢 - or 1 cash). 23.5mm in size; 3 grams in weight. S-1243; FD-2034.

65a. The obverse (front) side of a SCARCE Chong Zhen Tong Bao (崇禎通寶) 1 cash coin, cast during the reign of Chongzhen (崇禎) (1627-1644 AD), the last emperor of the Ming Dynasty. The reverse right side of this coin features the Chinese characters 'Yi Qian' (一錢 - or 1 cash). 23.5mm in size; 3 grams in weight. S-1243; FD-2034.

44a.  Obverse side of a brass Xian Feng Tong Bao (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng (1850-1861 AD). This coin was cast of the 'Nan' (南) (湖南寶南局), Mint located in Hunan Province. 22mm in size; 3 grams in weight.

44a. Obverse side of a brass Xian Feng Tong Bao (咸豐通寶) 1 cash coin, cast during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng (1850-1861 AD). This coin was cast of the 'Nan' (南) (湖南寶南局), Mint located in Hunan Province. 22mm in size; 3 grams in weight.

17a.   The obverse side of a rare thick Qian Long Tong Bao (乾隆通寶) red copper 10 cash coin, cast by the "Aksu" (阿克蘇) Mint (新疆寶阿克蘇局), located in Xinjiang (新疆) Province, during the reign of Emperor Qianlong (AD 1735-1795).   25mm in size; 4 grams in weight.

17a. The obverse side of a rare thick Qian Long Tong Bao (乾隆通寶) red copper 10 cash coin, cast by the "Aksu" (阿克蘇) Mint (新疆寶阿克蘇局), located in Xinjiang (新疆) Province, during the reign of Emperor Qianlong (AD 1735-1795). 25mm in size; 4 grams in weight.

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