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Live auction - fwo_670197 - CHINA - PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA Série 7 Monnaies 1980

CHINA - PEOPLE S REPUBLIC OF CHINA Série 7 Monnaies 1980  MS
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Estimate : 1 000 €
Price : 3 800 €
Maximum bid : 7 000 €
End of the sale : 15 June 2021 18:53:14
bidders : 6 bidders
Type : Série 7 Monnaies
Date: 1980
Quantity minted : -
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Coments on the condition:
Dans son étui scellé d’origine avec certificat d’origine
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : (LÉGENDE EN CHINOIS).
Obverse description : Emblème de la République Populaire de Chine.

Reverse


Reverse legend : (LÉGENDE EN CHINOIS).
Reverse description : Dans le champ.

Commentary


Série composée de 7 monnaies :
- 1 Fen aluminium, 0,70 g, 18 mm, KM# 1
- 2 Fen aluminium, 1,05 g, 21 mm, KM# 2
- 5 Fen aluminium, 1,60 g, 24 mm, KM# 4
- 1 Jiao laiton, 2,60 g, 20 mm, KM# 15
- 2 Jiao laiton, 4,15 g, 23 mm, KM# 16
- 5 Jiao laiton 6,00 g, 26 mm, KM# 17
- 1 Yuan “Grande Muraille” cupro-nickel, 9,30 g, 308 mm, KM# 18 .

Historical background


CHINA - PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC

(Since 1989)

The T'ang dynasty would rule China for three centuries (618-907). The Sui Dynasty (581-618), especially with Yang-ti (605-618) tried to restore Chinese hegemony over Central Asia. He succeeded in the West, but failed in China and Korea and was carried by a revolt. Li Min Che first placed his father on the throne (618-626) before succeeding him as the T'ai Tsung (626-648). T'ang restored the interior and exterior unity of the country and restored the authority of China's Turkestan and Mongolia. They were neighbors of oppressive for the Annamese, Japanese and Koreans as is China "popular democratic and socialist" martyr for the people of Tibet.

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