Discussion in 'World Coins' started by coin0709, Apr 16, 2021.
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It looks very cool!
I'm not sure of that. I only know the dynasties.
I don't have any literature on the subject. I looked onine a little but didn't find one like yours.
Hong Kong is not the same as Eastern Zhou.
yes, its a tael.
An example sold here.
Edit: here is another one
From my understanding, it was a cast product of a jewellery shop in Hong Kong. As of age, I have no clue. I would assume it would be around 1950 - 1980s.
Thank you for the information.
So Hong Kong 20th Century sounds plausible.
If part of it is cut off, it's probably more likely to be authentic!
I do see "電化純銀..." on the bottom right (as oriented with the circle top).
Which might be "electrolytically purified silver" or something similar.
Not something you'd likely see on an ancient piece...
No, just sharing in case someone is interested. We are all one community of collectors helping each other.
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