Silver Coins

Some articles on silver coins, coins, silver:

List Of Spice And Wolf Episodes - Spice and Wolf II
... Lawrence, proclaiming he will pay for Holo's falsified debt of 1,000 silver coins and then propose to her, certain that she will leave Lawrence ... next morning, Lawrence goes to the exchange with Amati and receives fourteen gold coins, equivalent to 300 silver coins, in accordance with their deal. 17, 2009 The trading company wishing to purchase Holo proposes to pay with 60 gold coins instead of 2,000 silver coins because of their inability to procure the necessary silver, and Lawrence ...
Historical Money Of Tibet - Coinage - Earliest Coinage, 17th and 18th Centuries
... The first coinage which was extensively used in southern Tibet was silver coins, which were supplied by the Nepalese Malla Kingdoms and the first kings of the subsequent Shah dynasty from ... Tibet provided the silver for the striking of these coins and received coins at the same weight, the Nepalese reaping a handsome profit by alloying the pure silver with ... Owing to a dispute between Nepal and Tibet regarding the fineness of the silver coins supplied by Nepal, the export of these coins was disrupted after the mid-ei ...
Silverness - Applications - Currency
... Silver, in the form of electrum (a gold–silver alloy), was coined to produce money around 700 BC by the Lydians ... Later, silver was refined and coined in its pure form ... Many nations used silver as the basic unit of monetary value ...
Historical Money Of Tibet - Coinage - 1840 To 1954, Coinage of The Tibetan Government
... Tibet's coinage system with just one incidental interference by the Chinese the coins of this period had only Tibetan inscriptions and designs, and made no reference whatsoever to ... interrupted the production of purely Tibetan coins occurred during the short period of 1909 to 1910 when the Tibetan Government struck copper and silver coins dated to ... These are the only coins minted in Tibet which can be considered as being part of the Chinese currency system of this period ...
Historical Money Of Tibet
... A few coins from other countries were also occasionally in use ... Coins were first used in a more extensive way in the 17th century these were silver coins supplied by Nepal ... In 1763/64 and 1785 the first silver coins were struck in Tibet ...

Famous quotes containing the words coins and/or silver:

    A war undertaken without sufficient monies has but a wisp of force. Coins are the very sinews of battles.
    François Rabelais (1494–1553)

    On the bare upland pasture there had spread
    O’ernight ‘twixt mullein stalks a wheel of thread
    And straining cables wet with silver dew.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)