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Dating chinese cash coins

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The high quality of the coins and excellent calligraphy set a standard for Chinese coins for the next 1000 years!

The legend on the coin, K'ai Yuan Tung Pao translates as "precious currency of the K'ai Yuan era".

Knives were a common barter item in ancient China, but a bit hazardous to carry around to trade.

Some of China's first coins were made to look like a knife, so that people would think of them as money, but they lacked a sharp blade. This knife coin is called the "Ming" after the city where it was made (not the dynasty that was much later). It is made of bronze and is about 5 inches (13cm.) long.

If you were to write these characters on one line you would write them from as: 康熙通寶 (This particular coin, incidentally, has a very interesting history which is discussed at Ancient Chinese Coins with Charm Features.) In the vast majority of cases, the character at the top and bottom refer to the "period title" (熙) of the Qing Dynasty.

In a few cases, the inscription is read clockwise beginning at the top which means the "period title" characters would be the top and right characters.

Evaluation is the process of checking the condition of the coin.

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During much of the dynasty the coin was the only denomination struck.Valuating your Chinese coins is an arduous task but we’re going to streamline the process by pointing out the main elements that define the value of a Chinese coin.And with the assistance of the Internet, the task will even become easier.Confusingly, Chinese qián is also a weight-derived currency denomination in Chinese called mace in English.Traditionally, Chinese cash coins were cast in copper, brass or iron.The other two characters (usually the right and left) on the coin have the general meaning of "currency" and do not really need to be translated.