Identify Old Chines Coins

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IDENTIFICATION GUIDE. The identification of Chinese cast coins can be difficult, even for those who can read the characters. For the rest of us it can be a very frustrating experience. The purpose of this part of our site is to make the process easier. This will be a work in progress for some time to come, as we add more types..The most commonly encountered Chinese cash date from the Ching Dynasty and have the Manchurian "BOO" character on the reverse left hand side. This character only occurs on Ching Dynasty cash, so it it is present on the back of your coin, click here, or on the image, to go to a page that lists the Ching Dynasty obverse .IDENTIFICATION GUIDE In some cases, there may be several closely related coins with the same characters, which all belong to a single series. "Wu Shu" or 5 Shu - This was the most common coin of ancient China after about 150 B.C. There are many varieties, some of which can beigned to specific dynasties..

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