19 century,QING DYNASTY COIN, from the late Qing dynasty produced under the Guangxu and Xuantong Emperors.

GRACE and Frank

GRACE and Frank

2018-10-26 01:52:48

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.

Still searching information on this.

Qing dynasty coinage (simplified Chinese清朝货币traditional Chinese清朝貨幣pinyinQīngcháo 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.[1][2] 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.[3][4] After the Qing dynasty was abolished its currency was replaced by the Chinese yuan by the Republic of China.

Source: WIKIPEDIA.

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