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The front (obverse) side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) brass 1 cash coin cast from 1653-1657 AD by the Qing Dynasty Board of Works (BoW - 工部) Mint in Beijing during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD).  The reverse side of this 'Yi Li' (one li = .0373 grams) series issue features the Chinese character 'Gong' indicating this coin was cast at the Gongbu Mint located in Beijing.  26mm in size; 4 grams in weight.   S-1391.

The front (obverse) side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) brass 1 cash coin cast from 1653-1657 AD by the Qing Dynasty Board of Works (BoW - 工部) Mint in Beijing during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD). The reverse side of this 'Yi Li' (one li = .0373 grams) series issue features the Chinese character 'Gong' indicating this coin was cast at the Gongbu Mint located in Beijing. 26mm in size; 4 grams in weight. S-1391.

Reverse side of a very rare error molded double 'Yi Li' Dong mark on the reverse side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) one cash coin from the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (ruled from 1644-1661 AD).  He tried, with mixed success, to fight corruption and to reduce the political influence of the Manchu nobility. In the 1650s he faced a resurgence of Ming loyalist resistance, but by 1661 his armies had defeated the Qing's last enemies. 25mm in size; 3 grams in weight.

Reverse side of a very rare error molded double 'Yi Li' Dong mark on the reverse side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) one cash coin from the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (ruled from 1644-1661 AD). He tried, with mixed success, to fight corruption and to reduce the political influence of the Manchu nobility. In the 1650s he faced a resurgence of Ming loyalist resistance, but by 1661 his armies had defeated the Qing's last enemies. 25mm in size; 3 grams in weight.

The front side of a brass 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) 1 cash coin cast from 1644-1653 AD during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD).   The reverse right side of this coin features the Chinese character 'Hu' indicating this coin was cast at the Board of Revenue (BoR - 户部) Mint located in Beijing.  26mm in size; 4 grams in weight. S-1361.

The front side of a brass 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) 1 cash coin cast from 1644-1653 AD during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD). The reverse right side of this coin features the Chinese character 'Hu' indicating this coin was cast at the Board of Revenue (BoR - 户部) Mint located in Beijing. 26mm in size; 4 grams in weight. S-1361.

38b.   Obverse side of a Tai Ping Tong Bao (太平通寶) 1 cash coin, cast during the rebel rule of Shun Hua Tai zu, in 1509 AD (4th year of the reign of Ming Emperor Zhengde).  S-42

Obverse side of a Tai Ping Tong Bao (太平通寶) 1 cash coin, cast during the rebel rule of Shun Hua Tai zu, in 1509 AD year of the reign of Ming Emperor Zhengde).

Reverse side of a very rare double obverse-sided casting error 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) one cash coin from the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (reigned 1644-661 AD). In the 1650s he faced a resurgence of Ming loyalist resistance, but by 1661 had defeated the Qing's last enemies. The reverse side of the coin (right) appears exactly as it looks on the obverse side (left).   27mm in size; 5 grams in weight.

Reverse side of a very rare double obverse-sided casting error 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) one cash coin from the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (reigned 1644-661 AD). In the 1650s he faced a resurgence of Ming loyalist resistance, but by 1661 had defeated the Qing's last enemies. The reverse side of the coin (right) appears exactly as it looks on the obverse side (left). 27mm in size; 5 grams in weight.

The front (obverse) side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) 1 cash coin cast from 1644-1653 AD during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD).  The top of the reverse side of this coin features the Chinese character  'Fu' (福), indicating this coin was cast at the Fuzhou Mint, located in Fujian Province.  26mm in size; 3 grams in weight.    S-1382.

The front (obverse) side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) 1 cash coin cast from 1644-1653 AD during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD). The top of the reverse side of this coin features the Chinese character 'Fu' (福), indicating this coin was cast at the Fuzhou Mint, located in Fujian Province. 26mm in size; 3 grams in weight. S-1382.

Front side of a very rare error molded double 'Yi Li' Dong mark on the reverse side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) one cash coin from the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (ruled from 1644-1661 AD).  He tried, with mixed success, to fight corruption and to reduce the political influence of the Manchu nobility. In the 1650s he faced a resurgence of Ming loyalist resistance, but by 1661 his armies had defeated the Qing's last enemies. 25mm in size; 3 grams in weight.

Front side of a very rare error molded double 'Yi Li' Dong mark on the reverse side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) one cash coin from the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (ruled from 1644-1661 AD). He tried, with mixed success, to fight corruption and to reduce the political influence of the Manchu nobility. In the 1650s he faced a resurgence of Ming loyalist resistance, but by 1661 his armies had defeated the Qing's last enemies. 25mm in size; 3 grams in weight.

A very rare double obverse-sided casting error 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) one cash coin from the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (reigned 1644-661 AD). In the 1650s he faced a resurgence of Ming loyalist resistance, but by 1661 had defeated the Qing's last enemies. The reverse side of the coin (right) appears exactly as it looks on the obverse side (left).   27mm in size; 5 grams in weight.

A very rare double obverse-sided casting error 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) one cash coin from the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (reigned 1644-661 AD). In the 1650s he faced a resurgence of Ming loyalist resistance, but by 1661 had defeated the Qing's last enemies. The reverse side of the coin (right) appears exactly as it looks on the obverse side (left). 27mm in size; 5 grams in weight.

The front (obverse) side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) 1 cash coin cast during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD). The reverse left side of this coin features the Manchu character ('Boo'), followed on the right side with Manchu character for Yunnan (雲), indicating this coin was cast at the Yunnan Mint, located in Yunnan Province.   25mm in size; 3 grams in weight.

The front (obverse) side of a 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) 1 cash coin cast during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD). The reverse left side of this coin features the Manchu character ('Boo'), followed on the right side with Manchu character for Yunnan (雲), indicating this coin was cast at the Yunnan Mint, located in Yunnan Province. 25mm in size; 3 grams in weight.

A brass 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) 1 cash coin cast from 1653-1657 AD during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD). The reverse side of this fourth series cash coin issue has the mint name in both Manchu (left side character) and Chinese (right side).  This coin features the Chinese character 'He' (河) indicating this coin was cast at the Kaifeng Mint located in Henan Province.   26mm in size;  5 grams in weight.  S-1414.

A brass 'Shun Zhi Tong Bao' (顺治通寶) 1 cash coin cast from 1653-1657 AD during the reign of Emperor Shunzhi (1644-1661 AD). The reverse side of this fourth series cash coin issue has the mint name in both Manchu (left side character) and Chinese (right side). This coin features the Chinese character 'He' (河) indicating this coin was cast at the Kaifeng Mint located in Henan Province. 26mm in size; 5 grams in weight. S-1414.

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