Hello all, I need some help today with a Japanese coin I purchased a while back (hontonai, I'm guessing you'll be the most help here). I purchased it from a dealer who sells a lot of better-quality world coins, and for the most part, he sells the majority of his BU world coins at just above melt. Anyway, the item in question is a BU Japanese 10 sen (silver), and I believe I paid around $8 for it, maybe less, even. I'm starting to catalog my collection, and yesterday I began the processes of researching this particular coin. From what I can tell, it appears that it is from 1912 (Taisho-Gan). I believe, then that this is a first-year issue, then, of the Emperor Taisho (please correct me if I'm wrong). If so, then the KM# is KM36. Could someone please tell me the value of a year-one Taisho 10 sen (1912) in Unc/BU? Don's World Coin Gallery puts the value at $60 (http://worldcoingallery.com/values/Japan.htm), but I think his pricing is based on an older Krause catalog. Also, in case this is NOT a year-one coin, could someone supply me with the Unc/BU values for a Taisho 10 sen, years 2-6 (also silver, before the switch to CuNi)? Thanks in advance. I'm hoping I lucked out and purchased a coin worth much more than I thought!