Chinese coins?

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Mukremin, Apr 13, 2010.

  1. Mukremin

    Mukremin Junior Member

    hi i have here 3 coins from China? i am not sure what they are, 1991 year and they look okey to me. any value to it?

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  3. manymore

    manymore Chinese Charms

    The first set of three images all have written in Chinese "70th Anniversary of the Founding of the Chinese Communist Party" at the top.

    At the bottom is written the denomination: one yuan

    Starting from the left, the first coin has the inscription "The Third Plenary Session of the Eleventh Central Committee (1978)".

    The second coin has the inscription "First National Congress (1921)".

    The third coin has the inscription "Zunyi Conference (1935)".

    The second set of three images all have "People's Republic of China" written above the date 1991.

    I do not have any reference books for these coins so I cannot tell you if they are worth more than face value or not.

  4. Mukremin

    Mukremin Junior Member

    hey Gary, thanks a lot. This will help me a lot, guess that it wont have any extra value. But still, a nice addition to my world collection.
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