19 century,QING DYNASTY COIN, from the late Qing dynasty produced under the Guangxu and Xuantong Emperors.
GENUINE, from NORTH-WEST of CHINA. Still seeing the dragon.
HERE INCLUDED ONE PHOTO WITH MANY COINS FROM WIKIPEDIA AS REFERENCE.MY COIN HERE IS THE ONE AT 10:00 O'CLOCK.
I HAVE ONLY ONE AND IS THE PRINCIPAL PHOTO, USED COIN.
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Qing dynasty coinage (simplified Chinese: 清朝货币; traditional Chinese: 清朝貨幣; pinyin: Qīngcháo Huòbì) was based on a bimetallic standard of copper and silver coinage. The Manchu Qing dynasty ruled over China from 1644 until it was overthrown by the Xinhai revolution in 1912. The Qing dynasty saw the transformation of a traditional cash coin based cast coinage monetary system into a modern currency system with machine-struck coins, while the old traditional silver ingots would slowly be replaced by silver coins based on those of the Mexican peso. After the Qing dynasty was abolished its currency was replaced by the Chinese yuan by the Republic of China.
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