Discussion in 'World Coins' started by kanga, Oct 30, 2020.
But just as a sanity check, here's mine:
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abundant. Unless it's from an unusual province or a is rare variant, the value is low.
I see them retail in "pick one" bins of cash coins for 99 cents. Probably get a lot less
trying to sell one though...
@The Eidolon is correct, it's Qianlong. (But your photo is rotated 90 degrees clockwise.) The reverse will list the mintmark, but unless it's one of the very rare ones there's no significant value.
I'll see if I can get it right.
and one to the left of the center hole. If you go to the section on Manchu mint
marks on this page you can match them up to see which province minted it.
I can't find the coin at the moment.
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