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Coins from Tonkin

Countries and territoriesVietnam › Tonkin

Tonkin was a northern part of what is today Vietnam, first claimed by France in the Sino-French War of 1883-84, whereupon it became a protectorate of France. In 1913, it, along with Cochinchina, Laos and Annam, were administratively reorganised into the colony of French Indochina. Read more

See also: French Indochina, Vietnam

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Tonkin - Piastre (1880-1952)

5 Sapeques = 1 Cent • 100 Cents = 1 Piastre

1/600 Piastre – obverse
1/600 Piastre – reverse
1/600 Piastre
1905
Zinc – 2.1 g – ø 25.2 mm
KM# 1

Tonkin - Frappes d'essai (1880-1952)

5 Sapeques = 1 Cent • 100 Cents = 1 Piastre

1/600 Piastre (Essai) – obverse
1/600 Piastre (Essai) – reverse
1/600 Piastre (Essai)
1905
Zinc – 2.4 g – ø 25.22 mm
KM# E1, Lec# 2
1/600 Piastre (Piedfort) – obverse
1/600 Piastre (Piedfort) – reverse
1/600 Piastre (Piedfort)
1905
Zinc – 2.1 g – ø 25.2 mm
KM# P1

Numista referee for this country is CassTaylor.

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