Coins from Kiau Chau

Kiauchau or Tsingtao was a German colony on the East coast of China, founded in 1898 after a treaty between the Qing Dynasty and the German Empire. It remained largely underdeveloped throughout its history, and coins were issued only in 1909. In 1914 the colony was seized by a Japanese force upon the outbreak of the Great War in Europe, and at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 the settlement was turned over to Japan, who was later forced to return it to China in 1922. The area has remained Chinese ever since, but contains some German influence, such as a famous brewery.
Wikidata: Q489170

See also: Empire of China

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Dollar (1907-1914)

1 Dollar / Yuan = 100 Cents / Fen

1 Pfennig - Wilhelm II
(1914)

Token
Copper • ⌀ 17 mm
N# 354938
5 Cents / 5 Fen - Wilhelm II
1909

Copper-nickel (75% Cu; 25% Ni) • 2.99 g • ⌀ 18.5 mm
KM# 1, Schön# 1, N# 20877
5 Pfennig - Wilhelm ll (Counterstamped)
(1914)

Token
Nickel plated brass • ⌀ 21.5 mm
N# 354906
Available for swap 10 Cents / 1 Jiao - Wilhelm II
1909

Copper-nickel (75% Cu; 25% Ni) • 4.00 g • ⌀ 21.5 mm
KM# 2, Schön# 2, N# 17663
10 Pfennig - Wilhelm ll
(1914)

Token
Nickel plated brass • ⌀ 21.5 mm
PCGS# 682050, N# 348105
30 Pfennig - Wilhelm II
(1914)

Token
Brass • ⌀ 21.5 mm
N# 354905

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