10 Cash, China, 1912

Description (Brief):

One (1) 10 cash coin,

Description (Brief)

China, Szechuan Province, 1912

Description (Brief)

Obverse Image: Seal or Clerky script in a central circle with a ring of smaller circles surrounding, below the pearled rim is a line of Orthodox text denoting the date as the first year of the Republic.

Description (Brief)


Description (Brief)

Reverse Image: Orthodox script in a pearled circle with a floral symbol at the center, a line of Orthodox script below the top rim and above the lower rim denote the denomination and the province mint.

Description (Brief)


[[Obverse Text]] 軍政政府,當制錢十文, (center) 四川銅幣[[Transliteration]] JUN /ZHENG / FU / ZAO, DANG / ZHI / QIAN / SHI / WEN, SI / CHUAN / TONG / BI [[Translation]] Produced by Military government, 10 cents, Sichuan mint

[[Reverse Text]] 中華民國元年 (center) 漢[[Transliteration]] ZHONG / HUA / MIN / GUO / YUAN / NIAN [[Translation]] The first year of the Republic of China

Date Made: 1912

Crowdsourcing: Transcribed by Smithsonian digital volunteersLocation: Currently not on view

Place Made: China

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Exhibition Location:

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 2017.0060.1283Catalog Number: 2017.0060.1283Accession Number: 2017.0060

Object Name: coin

Physical Description: copper (overall material)

Guid: http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/ng49ca746b2-ff9c-704b-e053-15f76fa0b4fa

Record Id: nmah_1837306

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