David C. Graham Collection
Maxey Catalog Number
6 coins, each different. See descriptions of each: 3431 has a diameter of 4.2 cm. 200 Cash. Szechuan Prov. The back side has two flags crossing, and the front has plant life. Accession File states: "3431 Chinese Coin-two hundred cash. New coin-two flags. Republic Provincial stamp to be used in Szechuan Province." 3432 has a diameter of 3.6 cm. 50 cash, Szchuan Prov. Front side has writing. Back side has writing with concentric circles forming a circle. Accession Files states: "3432 Chinese Coin-fifty cash. Modern, Szchuan Province." 3433 has a diameter of 3.8 cm. 100 cash, Szchuan Prov. Front and back are the same as 3432. Accession File states: "3433 Chinese coin-one hundred cash, Modern, Szchuan Province." 3434 has a diameter of 3.7 cm. First dollar issued 1910/11-Last act of Manchu. Coin is silver in color, with some minimal tarnish. Accession File states: "3434 Chinese coin-one dollar, First issued in China about 1910-Last act of Manchu dynasty." 3435 has a diameter of 3.7 cm. One dollar 1906. Yuan ShiKi. Profile of man on front, back has wreaths. Accession File states: "3435 Chinese coin-one dollar 1906 Yuan shi ki-his image." 3436 has a diameter of 3.9 cm. Counterfeit Dollar, Sezchuan Province. Design of dragon on front and writing on back. Accession File states: "3436 Chinese coin-one dollar counterfeit. Szchuan Province, brass covered with silver."
Number of Artifacts
Szechuan Province, China
Dr. David Crockett Graham
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