They are identified, in order of left-to-right, top-to-bottom: 1. “Nose” coin, normal size 2. “Nose” coin, large size (rare) 3. “Nose” coin, small size 4. “Nose” coin with a single bar over the inscription 5. “Nose” coin with two bars over the inscription (scarce) 6. “Nose” coin with a bar dividing the inscription below the “eyes” (very rare) 7. “Ant” coin. All published decipherments of this coin are incorrect. My decipherment will be published at a later date. 8. “Jun” or “nobleman” 9. Typically read as “Tao” or “Kiln”, but this is not correct. I have a good idea about the decipherment of this coin to be published at a later date. (Very rare, and was the last addition to this set thanks to @AnYangMan ) 10. “Jin”, which was a weight unit of the Chu state. (Very rare) 11. “Jin”, which was the weight unit of neighboring states, possibly used in trade (rare) 12. “Xing”, or “crossroads” (scarce) 13. This one is published as possibly “yong”, but I disagree. I do not have a good idea what it could be. (This one is so prohibitively rare such that nearly all collectors will never be able to complete the set, regardless of funding).