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Annamese Cash coin

Made
Coin, Cash, Obverse: inscription denoting currency era, Reverse: plain, square hole, copper alloy, discolouration due to burial, Posterior Li Dynasty, Kingdom of Annam, 1428-1789

Summary

Object No.

2008/222/1-207

Object Statement

Coin (1 of 229), Cash, copper alloy, Kingdom of Annam, Posterior Li Dynasty, 1428-1789

Physical Description

Coin, Cash, Obverse: inscription denoting currency era, Reverse: plain, square hole, copper alloy, discolouration due to burial, Posterior Li Dynasty, Kingdom of Annam, 1428-1789

Production

Made

Notes

Reference: Schjoth, F. Chinese currency: the currency of the Far East, Andrew Publishing Co, London, 1976, pp. 28-78

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