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Japan is an island nation in East Asia with a population of 120 million. It shares maritime borders with Russia, Korea and the People's Republic of China. A highly developed industrialised country, Japan has the 3rd largest economy in the world. Read more

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Japan

Japan - Mameita Gin

Mameita Gin – obverse
Mameita Gin – reverse
Mameita Gin
(1695-1706)
Silver (.640)
KM# 21
Mameita Gin – obverse
Mameita Gin – reverse
Mameita Gin
(1695-1706)
Silver (.640)
KM# 22
Mameita Gin – obverse
Mameita Gin – reverse
Mameita Gin
(1706-1710)
Silver (.500)
KM# 26
Mameita Gin – obverse
Mameita Gin – reverse
Mameita Gin
(1706-1710)
Silver (.500)
KM# 27
Mameita Gin – obverse
Mameita Gin – reverse
Mameita Gin
(1706-1710)
Silver (.320)
KM# 33
Mameita Gin – obverse
Mameita Gin – reverse
Mameita Gin
(1710)
Silver (.400)
KM# 30.1
Mameita Gin – obverse
Mameita Gin – reverse
Mameita Gin
1714
Silver (.800)
KM# 45
Mameita Gin (Gembun) – obverse
Mameita Gin (Gembun) – reverse
Mameita Gin (Gembun)
(1736-1741)
Silver – 4.4 g – ø 19 mm
C# 8a.1
Mameita Gin (Tempo) – obverse
Mameita Gin (Tempo) – reverse
Mameita Gin (Tempo)
(1837-1858)
Silver (.260)
C# 8.3
Mameita Gin (Ansei) – obverse
Mameita Gin (Ansei) – reverse
Mameita Gin (Ansei)
(1859-1865)
Silver – 11 g
C# 8a
Mameita Gin (Gembun) – obverse
Mameita Gin (Gembun) – reverse
Mameita Gin (Gembun)
(1736-1818)
Silver (.460)
C# 8b
Mameita Gin – obverse
Mameita Gin – reverse
Mameita Gin
(1695-1706)
Silver (.640)
KM# 20.1

Japan - Ryō (1601-1867)

4000 mon = 16 shu = 4 bu = 1 ryō

1 Mon - Genyu (Seal script) – obverse
1 Mon - Genyu (Seal script) – reverse
1 Mon - Genyu (Seal script)
(1616-1646)
Cast Copper – 1.9 g – ø 24 mm
DHJ# 3.71 - 3.87
1 Mon - Tenmei (Sendai) – obverse
1 Mon - Tenmei (Sendai) – reverse
1 Mon - Tenmei (Sendai)
(1784-1787)
Cast Iron – 2.96 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 60
1 Mon - Ansei (Hakodate) – obverse
1 Mon - Ansei (Hakodate) – reverse
1 Mon - Ansei (Hakodate)
(1856-1857)
Cast Iron – ø 22 mm
1 Mon (Kan'ē Tsūhō; new type; copper alloy; with mintmark) – obverse
1 Mon (Kan'ē Tsūhō; new type; copper alloy; with mintmark) – reverse
1 Mon (Kan'ē Tsūhō; new type; copper alloy; with mintmark)
(1636-1862)
Cast Copper, bronze, brass or iron – ø 24 mm
C# 1, Hartill# 25.51-53
1 Mon (Kan'ē Tsūhō; old type; modified letter) – obverse
1 Mon (Kan'ē Tsūhō; old type; modified letter) – reverse
1 Mon (Kan'ē Tsūhō; old type; modified letter)
(1636-1656)
Cast copper alloy – ø 24 mm
C# 1.1

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