Chinese coins are still absurdly hot in the market and I can't see the prices falling any time soon. (well the scarcer and nicer ones anyways). I've got some unusual Chinese coins which I'll get around to documenting when I get a chance. I'm pretty stumped over this as my Chinese skills aren't the best. 源瑞祥记 匯號紋銀 官公估同看 The second would translate to Remittance bank fine silver and the last line means Inspected by official public assayer Tong What does the first line translate to? Source from Ruixiang area? A similar one was sold here https://auction.artron.net/paimai-art0072021152/ This would be from an era where the Chinese were holding dearly onto the silver standard. These sycees probably ended around the end of Qing Dynasty and machine struck coins appeared for circulation. This isn't my forte. I guess it's a nice add on to the other sycee that I have in my collection.