China. Eastern Han Dynasty (formerly Eastern Chin). Rebel Li Shou of Han. AD 337 to 343. Probably a Wu Shu. H. 12.7.

Ancient Coins - China.  Eastern Han Dynasty (formerly Eastern Chin).  Rebel Li Shou of Han. AD 337 to 343. Probably a Wu Shu. H. 12.7.
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Li Shou was a rebel Emperor in what was originally known as the Eastern Chin Dynasty who in in AD 337 adopted the reign title Han-Hsing meaning "the rising Han" at which time he changed the name of the Dynasty to Eastern Han.

Date : AD 337 to 343.

Denomination : Bronze probably a Wu Shu denomination.

Reference : FD-559.  Hartill 12.7.

Size : 17.4 mm.  Weight : 1.13 grams
Fairly small for a Chinese coin.

Grade : VF with a green patina and tan earthy deposits.   These are always softly cast coin, and this is fairly nice for one of these.

Obverse : "Han-shing"  reading top to bottom.

Reverse : Blank.

Price SKU: vcoin6274
US$ 105.00
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  • CAD 130.45

Rates for: 01/16/18

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