Deep Strike Chinese Cash Coin

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by James R, Apr 8, 2021 at 6:54 AM.

  1. James R

    James R Active Member

    I’m not sure but please correct me if I’m wrong... this is a coin not a charm? A3A19F61-1105-4D42-8BF3-C3D573EFA185.png 94A8F17A-4453-42EA-84FB-34FC636EA88F.png 4CB9B201-D2A3-4423-A571-55CF785FE388.png
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  3. Parthicus

    Parthicus Well-Known Member

    Looks to be a charm (like the piece in your other thread), this is also copying a Value 1,000 coin of Xianfeng (1851-1861) but from the Board of Works mint. Again, the style of characters is "off", and the incised patterns, indicate this is not an official coin but rather a charm, probably made later.
  4. Mr.Q

    Mr.Q Well-Known Member

    Wow, what ever it is it's a nice coin.
  5. James R

    James R Active Member

    Thank you for your feedback! Much appreciated.
  6. James R

    James R Active Member

    So I did a little browsing: unless another family produced the same charm, it appears to be an exact match, suggesting a produced coinage... 3E3B1F69-0960-4854-8E91-0C5506426C01.png A06599AD-2E3E-4564-8C85-CDD71EBB4592.png 6236A047-43A2-4597-96C9-5503DECBC7D0.png
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