|Condition:||VF (Very Fine)|
Japan - Genbun Mameitagin (元文豆板銀) (1736-1741) - Genbun, Edo Era - silver
weight : 7.1 g
size : 15.07 mm
There is a stamp "文" on surface of coin.
Mameitagin (豆板銀, mameitagin) are silver coins from Japan in different denominations at Edo period.
The roundish, impressed silver lumps are also called "bean silver".
The embossing is two-sided, it is on the one hand embarked signs that symbolize the era and allow dating.
On the other hand, there is always the sign of the Japanese god of wealth Daikokusama.
Please have a look at the photos for your own impression.
|Member since:||November 7, 2017|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.It took 17 days before it got here... I had to pay 40 euro extra import-costum ! BUT the seller can't help that... EVERYBODY be warned, when you buy from China or Japan YOU PAY EXTRA CUSTOMS !
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