A cache of 9 very fine old silver coins from the Mon period from which is now Burma. One side has the symbol of the Sun , the other the symbol of a (Srivatsa) Temple. Weight: Total, 87 grams. Average size: Diameter, 2cm.Condition: Very fine.
This is a very rare Lever Brothers' Chinese framed poster calendar dated 1919. The two women pictured on the calendar are actually men dressed as women as women were not permitted at that time to pose for these posters. Size: Poster. 74 x50.3cm. Frame. 102.5 x 88.2cm. Condition: Very Good.A few small tears that are not noticeable. Poster is professionally framed under glass.
Two Song coins. Can be used as pendants. Size: 3.5cm. 3.6cm. respectively.
Assortment of Han coins. Sizes: Diameter; Largest 3cm. Smallest. 2.3cm.
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.
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.
A large ancient tiger's tooth that has almost turned into stone. Found in Southeast Asia. Teeth like these were used as pendants by ancient people in Asia. This one is about 2000 years old and is in fine condition with a lot of the enamel still remaining. Can be worn as a pendant.
An never used mint condition Dupont gold plated lighter in it's original box with with all the papers and guarantee. Size: 5.8 x 3.5cm. Condition: Mint.
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.