All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Numismatics : Pre 1492 item #672597 (stock #COIN-004)
Two Song coins. Can be used as pendants. Size: 3.5cm. 3.6cm. respectively.
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Numismatics : Pre AD 1000 item #672241 (stock #COIN-003)
Assortment of Han coins. Sizes: Diameter; Largest 3cm. Smallest. 2.3cm.
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Numismatics : Pre 1492 item #671454 (stock #COIN-003a)
A very fine large Song bronze coin with four characters. Can be used as a pendant. Size: Diameter: 4.2cm. Condition: A very fine piece.
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Numismatics : Pre AD 1000 item #625560 (stock #COIN-001)
This coin is from the Warring States period and is known as a "Square Foot Spade" coin. Size: H. 5cm W. 2.8cm. Condition: No repairs, very fine.
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Numismatics : Pre 1910 item #569198 (stock #SILV - 003)
A shoe shaped silver ingot with the Phoenix symbol representing silver. The Dragon representing gold. Weight is 250 grams. The underside is stamped with the Emperor Guangxu. Size: L. 5cm. H. 3.3cm. Condition: Normal wear.
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Numismatics : Pre 1900 item #154061
Since the time of Edward I, who reigned from 1272 to 1307, English monarchs have observed Maundy (or Maunday) Thursday - the day before Good Friday - by distributing specially struck fine silver coins (Maundy Money) and other gifts to the "Deserving Poor" in a major cathedral service. The term "Maundy" derives, like "mandatory," from the Latin "mandatum" - meaning command. It refers to the commandment, "Love one another," expressed by Jesus at the Last Supper when he washed disciples' feet...
All Items : Archives : Collectibles : Numismatics : Pre 1700 item #154035
Since the time of Edward I, who reigned from 1272 to 1307, English monarchs have observed Maundy (or Maunday) Thursday - the day before Good Friday - by distributing specially struck fine silver coins (Maundy Money) and other gifts to the "Deserving Poor" in a major cathedral service. The term "Maundy" derives, like "mandatory," from the Latin "mandatum" - meaning command. It refers to the commandment, "Love one another," expressed by Jesus at the Last Supper when he washed disciples' feet...