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Antique & New Candareen (Candareens); Cash; Cent; Chiao; Chi'en; Dollar; Falus; Fen; Gold Miscal; Jiao; Li; Liang; Mace; Miscal; Sar; Tael; Tenga; Tilla; Yuan, Caindarin; Candarin Taiwan CoinsCurrency Collections, Commemorative coins, Commemoratives, Mint and Proof sets
Ancient chinese Coins
Pre-Imperial (770-220 BC)
 Cowries
Gold
Hollow handled spade money
Prototype spade money
Square shoulder spades
Sloping shoulder spades
Pointed shoulder spades
Flat handled spade money
Arched foot spades
Special spades of Liang
Pointed foot spades
Square foot spades
Sharp cornered spades
Dang Jin spades
Round foot spades
Three hole spades
Knife money
Qi knives
Needle tip knives
Pointed tip knives
Ming knives
 State of Qi Ming knives (Boshan knives)
Straight knives
 Early round coins
Ban Liang coins

Western Han and the Wu Zhu coins
San Zhu
Wu Zhu
Jun Guo Wu Zhu (118-115 BC)
Chi Ze Wu Zhu (115-113 BC).
Shang Lin San Guan Wu Zhu (From 113 BC)
Wu Zhu
Iron Wu Zhu,
Si Chu (Four Corner) Wu Zhu.
Shu Wu Zhu. Chuan on the obverse
Shen Lang (Lord Shen's) Wu Zhu.
Dang Liang (Worth Two) Wu Zhu
Nu Qian. The Female Coin. No outer rim.
Tian Jian Wu Zhu
Wu Zhu
Liang Zhu
Si Zhu (Four Pillar) Wu Zhu
Chen Wu Zhu
Yong Ping Wu Zhu
Da Tong Wu Zhu
Western Wei Wu Zhu
Sui Wu Zhu
Bai Qian (White Coin) Wu Zhu
Yan Huan
Zao Bian (Chiselled Rim) Wu Zhu
E Yan (Goose Eye) or Ji Mu (Chicken Eye)

Wang Mang
Yi Dao Ping Wu Qian
Qi Dao Wu Bai
The Six Coins. AD 9-14.
Xiao Quan Zhi Yi. Small Coin, Value One.
Yao Quan Yi Shi. Baby Coin, Ten.
You Quan Er Shi. Juvenile Coin, Twenty.
Zhong Quan San Shi. Middle Coin, Thirty.
Zhuang Quan Si Shi. Adult Coin, Forty.
Da Quan Wu Shi
The Ten Spades. AD 10-14.
Xiao Bu Yi Bai. Small Spade, One Hundred.
Yao Bu Er Bai. Baby Spade, Two Hundred.
You Bu San Bai. Juvenile Spade, Three Hundred.
Xu Bu Si Bai. Ordered Spade, Four Hundred.
Cha Bu Wu Bai. Servant Spade, Five Hundred.
Zhong Bu Liu Bai. Middle Spade, Six Hundred.
Zhuang Bu Qi Bai. Adult Spade, Seven Hundred.
Di Bu Ba Bai. Graduate Spade, Eight Hundred.
Ci Bu Jiu Bai. Lower Spade, Nine Hundred.
Da Bu Heng Qian. Large Spade, Weight One Thousand.
Huo Bu (Money Spade).
Huo Quan
Bu Quan
Kingdom of Wei (222-265)

 Kingdom of Shu (221-265)
Zhi Bai Wu Zhu
Zhi Bai
Tai Ping Bai Qian
Zhi Yi
Ding Ping Yi Bai
 

Kingdom of Wu (222-280)
 Da Quan Wu Bai
Da Quan Dang Qian
Da Quan Er Qian
Da Quan Wu Qian

 Jin Dynasty and the 16 Kingdoms
FORMER LIANG KINGDOM (301-76).
Liang Zao Xin Quan
LATER ZHAO KINGDOM (319-52).
Feng Huo
CHENG HAN KINGDOM (303-47).
Han Xingiod ended in 343.
XIA KINGDOM (407-31).
Tai Xia Zhen Xing
The North and South Dynasties (420-581)
Southern Dynasties
SONG (420-79).
Si Zhu (Four Zhu)
Xiao Jian. Rev:  Si Zhu (Xiaojian
Jing He
Yong Guang
Liang Zhu (Two Zhu).
LIANG (502-556).
Tai Qing Feng Le
CHEN (557-89).
Tai Huo Liu Zhu

Northern Dynasties
FORMER SHU KINGDOM (907-25).
Issued by Wang Jian (907-18).
Yong Ping yuan bao.
Tong Zheng yuan bao.
Tian Han yuan bao.
Guang Tian yuan bao.
Issued by Wang Yan, son of Wang Jian (919-25).
Qian De yuan bao.
Xian Kang yuan bao.
KINGDOM OF MIN (909-45).
NORTHERN WEI (386-534).
Tai He Wu Zhu (Taihe [period] Wu Zhu).
Yong An Wu Zhu (Yong An [period] Wu Zhu).
NORTHERN QI (550-77).
NORTHERN ZHOU (557-81).
 Bu Quan (Spade Coin).
Wu Xing Da Bu
3 and 4 Zhu Coins.

The Sui Dynasty
The Tang Dynasty
Tang issues
Kai Yuan Tong Bao
Qian Feng Quan Bao.
Qian Yuan zhong bao.

Xinjiang issues
Da Li yuan bao.
DA
Yuan
Jian Zhong tong bao.
Zhong

Tang rebels
 De Yi yuan bao.
Shun Tian yuan bao.

The Five Dynasties
LIANG DYNASTY (907-23).
Kai Ping tong bao.
TANG DYNASTY (923-36).
Tian Cheng yuan bao.
Issued by Emperor Ming in the Tiancheng period (926-29).
JIN DYNASTY (936-47).
Tian Fu yuan bao.
HAN DYNASTY (948-51).
Han Yuan tong bao
 The Ten Kingdoms

FORMER SHU KINGDOM (907-25).
Issued by Wang Jian (907-18).
Yong Ping yuan bao.
Tong Zheng yuan bao.
Tian Han yuan bao.
Guang Tian yuan bao.
Issued by Wang Yan, son of Wang Jian (919-25).
Qian De yuan bao.
Xian Kang yuan bao.
Issued by Wang Shenzhi.
Kai Yuan tong bao.
Kai Yuan tong bao.
Kai Yuan tong bao.
Yong Long tong bao.
Issued by Wang Yanzheng.
Tian De tong bao. Iron.
KINGDOM OF CHU (907-51).
Supreme Commander Ma Yin.
Tian Ce Fu Bao. Iron.
Qian Feng Quan Bao. Iron.
Qian Yuan zhong bao.
LATER SHU KINGDOM (926-65).
Da Shu tong bao (Great Shu currency).
Guang Zheng tong bao. Bronze and iron.
SOUTHERN TANG KINGDOM (937-75).
Emperor Yuan Zu (Li Jing). (943-61).
Bao Da yuan bao. Rev: Tian above. Iron. 943-57.
Yong Tong Quan Huo.
Tang Guo tong bao.
Da Tang tong bao. Li Script. From 959.
Emperor Li Yu (961-978).
Kai Yuan tong bao.
Da Qi tong bao
SOUTHERN HAN KINGDOM (905-71).
Kai Ping yuan bao. Lead.
Emperor Lie Zu (Liu Yan) (917-42).
Qian Heng tong bao.
Qian Heng zhong bao.
 Southern Han/Chu area (900-971).
Kai Yuan tong bao.
Wu Wu, Wu Wu Wu, Wu Wu Wu Wu, Wu Zhu, Kai Yuan Wu Wu.
YOU ZHOU AUTONOMOUS REGION. (900-14).
Yong An Yi Shi.
Yong An Yi Bai.
Yong An Wu Bai.
Yong An Yi Qian.
Wu Zhu. Iron.
Huo Bu. Rev:San Bai.
Shun Tian yuan bao. Iron.


The Northern Song Dynasty
EMPEROR TAI ZU (960-76).
Song Yuan tong bao.
EMPEROR TAI ZONG (976-97).
Tai Ping tong bao (976-989).
Chun Hua yuan bao (990-94).
Zhi Dao yuan bao (995-97).
EMPEROR ZHEN ZONG (998-1022).
Jing De yuan bao. Regular script. (1004-07).
Xiang Fu yuan bao. Regular script. (1008-16).
Tian Xi tong bao. Regular script. (1017-22).
EMPEROR REN ZONG (1022-63).
Ming Dao yuan bao (1032-33).
Jing You yuan bao. (1034-38).
Huang Song tong bao (1039-54).
Kang Ding yuan bao. (1040).
Qing Li zhong bao. Regular script. (1041-48).
Zhi He yuan bao (1054-55).
Zhi He tong bao (1054-55).
Jia You yuan bao (1056-63).


In the sixties aluminium 1, 2 and 5 fen coins were introduced. In the eighties brass 1, 2, and 5 jiao and cupro-nickel 1 yuan coins were added with the last 5 jiao and 1 yuan issued in 1985. In the nineties  new coinage  of  aluminium 1 jiao, brass 5 jiao and nickel-clad-steel 1 yuan were issued   New designs of the 1 and 5 jiao and 1 yuan were introduced before002.

The yuan --divided into 10 jiao  or colloquially "feathers" (mao)  One jiao is divided into 10 fen . In Cantonese, widely spoken in Hong Kong and Macau, jiao and fen are called ho and sin "Sin" ---  is the base unit of a number of modern Chinese currencies. When used in English in the context of the modern foreign exchange market, the "Yuan" or "Chinese yuan" most commonly refers to the renminbi

The earliest issues were silver coins of 5 cents, 1, 2 and 5 jiǎo and 1 yuan. Other regional mints were  producing similar silver coins along with copper coins in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 cash.
The central government began issuing its own coins in the yuan currency system in 1903. brass 1 cash, copper 2, 5, 10 and 20 cash, and silver 1, 2 and 5 jiǎo and 1 yuan. From 1936, the central government issued nickel (later cupronickel) 5, 10 and 20 fen and ½ yuan coins. Aluminium 1 and 5 fen pieces were issued in 1940.-

 



 

 

 

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