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Tibet Silver 1 Sho, 1794ad Qian Long Bao Zang, Year 59 Sino - Tibetan Coinage Rare

Tibet Silver 1 Sho,  1794ad Qian Long Bao Zang,  Year 59 Sino - Tibetan Coinage Rare Coins: Medieval photo   Category : Coins: Medieval > Asian
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Tibet Silver 1 Sho,  1794ad Qian Long Bao Zang,  Year 59 Sino - Tibetan Coinage Rare Coins: Medieval photo 1


    

Numismatic data and valuation estimates provided by gaptul (Jul 24, 2017)
        
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Category : Coins: Medieval > AsianId number: 182232
Metal: SilverCountry/Region of Manufacture: China
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weight3.75 grams
S ize25.2 mm
MaterialSilver
ObvQian Long Bao Zang - Ch'ien Lung Treasure for Tibet, Year 59
RevTibetan translation
Minted in the 59th year of Chien Lung reign (1794)
A Chinese reference mentions about coins exquisitely minted in the first year of the K'ang Hsi reign (1661) were discovered for the first time and were not recorded in history
According to a Chinese reference ' 藏學研究論叢第六輯 - Zang Xue Yan Jiu Lun Cong', (page 87, ISBN7 223 00747 8/2. 46 ) the Qing Government had paid 10,520,000 taels in weight of silver for the Qing troop during the war
The first coin was minted by the order of Regent of the Tibet government Dican Hutuktu
This can only prove that there were at least two mints existed in Tibet during the 1790's. The Tibetan silver coins normally were known as Tangkas, they were minted in Tibet during the period of 1791 to 1946
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