Coins from ancient China

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China (ancient) › Three Kingdoms › Shu, State of

100 Wu Zhou - Liu Bei (Shu)
(214-221)

Bronze
Hartill# 11.5, FD# 517
100 Cash - Tai Ping (Shu)
(221-265)

Bronze • 2.2 g • ⌀ 23.7 mm
FD# 545, Hartill# 11.23
100 Cash - Ding Ping (Shu)
(221-265)

Bronze • 0.8 g • ⌀ 16.2 mm
FD# 556, Hartill# 11.27
100 Cash - Zhi Yi (Shu; with Yi Shi)
(221-265)

Bronze • 0.5 g • ⌀ 12.6 mm
Hartill# 11.26 var.

China (ancient) › Three Kingdoms › Wu, State of

500 Wu Zhou (Wu)
(222-280)

Bronze • 7.51 g
Hartill# 11.30, FD# 531, Schjoth# 193
500 Wu Zhou (Wu)
(222-280)

Bronze • 7.23 g
Hartill# 11.32, FD# 533
1,000 Wu Zhou (Wu)
(222-280)

Bronze • 9.52 g
Hartill# 11.33, FD# 536, Schjoth# 195
2,000 Wu Zhou (Wu)
(222-280)

Bronze
Hartill# 11.35, FD# 538
5,000 Wu Zhou (Wu)
(222-280)

Bronze
Hartill# 11.36, FD# 539

China (ancient) › Warring States › Chu, State of • Ant-nose money (401-220 BC)

Ant-nose Money (Jin; type 1)
(400 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 3.05 g • ⌀ 20 mm
Hartill# 1.13
Ant-nose money (Jin; type 2)
(400 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 3.45 g • ⌀ 20 mm
Hartill# 1.14
Ant-nose Money (Xing)
(400 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 2.67 g • ⌀ 20 mm
Hartill# 1.15
Ant-nose Money (Tao)
(400 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 3.12 g • ⌀ 20 mm
Hartill# 1.16
Ant-nose Money ("Ghost face" type; without upper line)
(400 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 3.5 g • ⌀ 19 mm
Hartill# 1.4, FD# 4, Schjoth# 15, MIT# 5376
Ant-nose Money (Ge Liu Zhu)
(400 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 1.73 g • ⌀ 20 mm
Hartill# 1.9, FD# 6, Schjoth# 14
Ant-nose Money (Jun)
(400 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 4.32 g • ⌀ 20 mm
FD# 5

China (ancient) › Warring States › Chu, State of • Gold block money (401-220 BC)

China (ancient) › Warring States › Chu, State of • Spade money (350-250 BC)

Pei Bi Dang Jin
(350 BC - 250 BC)

Bronze
FD# 289, Hartill# 3.470

China (ancient) › Warring States › Eastern Zhou, State of • Spade money (401-250 BC)

China (ancient) › Warring States › Han, State of • Spade money (350-250 BC)

½ Jin (State of Han; Qi Bei)
(350 BC - 250 BC)

Bronze • 5.43 g • ⌀ 48 mm
Hartill# 3.373, Schjoth# 35
1 Jin
(350 BC - 250 BC)

Bronze
FD# 284, Hartill# 3.170, Hartill# 3.171
½ Jin - Gong
(350 BC - 250 BC)

Bronze • 5.0 g • ⌀ 48.0 mm
FD# 282, Hartill# 3.175

China (ancient) › Warring States › Jin, State of • Spade money (501-400 BC)

China (ancient) › Warring States › Qi, State of • Knife money (401-220 BC)

Qi knife (An Yang Zhi Fa Hua)
(401 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 57.04 g • ⌀ 185 mm
Hartill# 4.1, FD# 356
Qi knife (Ji Mo Zhi Fa Hua)
(401 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 52.77 g • ⌀ 180 mm
Hartill# 4.2, FD# 393
Qi knife (Ji Mo Fa Hua)
(401 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 27.35 g • ⌀ 157 mm
Hartill# 4.3, FD# 355
Qi knife (Qi Jian Zao Bang Chang Fa Hua)
(401 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 49.36 g • ⌀ 179 mm
Hartill# 4.4, FD# 350, Schjoth# 44
Qi knife (Qi Zhi Fa Hua)
(401 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 44.62 g • ⌀ 181 mm
Hartill# 4.5, FD# 354
Qi knife (Qi Fa Hua)
(401 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze (0.54 Cu; 0.38 Pb; 0.08 Sn) • 47.65 g • ⌀ 181 mm
Hartill# 4.6, Hartill# 351, Schjoth# 45

China (ancient) › Warring States › Qin, State of • Liang (350-300 BC)

½ Liang (Pre-Qin Dynasty; State of Qin)
(300 BC - 221 BC)

Bronze • 2.89 g • ⌀ 27 mm
Hartill# 7.5
Wen Xing - State of Qin
(250 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze
FD# 2713, Hartill# 6.29

China (ancient) › Warring States › Wei, State of • Spade money (401-300 BC)

2 Jin (Liang State; Dang Lie)
(400 BC - 300 BC)

Bronze • 28.2 g • ⌀ 62.5 mm
FD# 307, Hartill# 3.48
½ Jin (Liang state)
(350 BC - 250 BC)

Bronze • 3.5 g • ⌀ 46.5 mm
FD# 184, Hartill# 3.227

China (ancient) › Warring States › Wei, State of • Jin (350-220 BC)

1 Jin (Yuan; City in the State of Wei)
(350 BC - 220 BC)

Bronze • 8.5 g • ⌀ 41.4 mm
FD# 357, Hartill# 6.3, Schjoth# 73

China (ancient) › Warring States › Western Zhou, State of • Jin (350-220 BC)

China (ancient) › Warring States › Yan, State of • Knife money (601-400 BC)

Needle-tip knife (Chengde)
(601 BC - 400 BC)

Bronze • 11.46 g • ⌀ 142 mm
Hartill# 4.08, FD# 515
Pointed-tip knife (Anepigraphic)
(601 BC - 400 BC)

Bronze • 13.45 g • ⌀ 155 mm
Hartill# 4.15, FD# 407, Schjoth# 65
Pointed-tip knife (With ideograms)
(601 BC - 400 BC)

Bronze • 15.91 g • ⌀ 155 mm
Hartill# 4.16, FD# 450, Schjoth# 62
Pointed-tip knife (With ideograms; half-unit)
(601 BC - 400 BC)

Bronze • 10.34 g • ⌀ 114 mm
Hartill# 4.33, FD# 452

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is Sulfur, pejounet.

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