Ancient Chinese Coinage
Chinese coins were produced continuously for around 2,500 years by casting in moulds, rather than being struck with dies as with most western coins.
Read more about Ancient Chinese Coinage: Pre-Imperial (770-220 BC), Ban Liang Coins, Western Han and The Wu Zhu Coins, Wang Mang, The Three Kingdoms, The Jin Dynasty and The 16 Kingdoms, The North and South Dynasties (420-581), The Sui Dynasty, The Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms, The Northern Song Dynasty
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