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943-961 AD. Rare small Tang Guo Tong Bao ("Tang Kingdom Currency"), Emperor Li Zing (943-961 AD), Southern Tang Kingdom, The Ten Kingdoms (907-960), China - Hartill #15.94

943-961 AD. Rare small Tang Guo Tong Bao ("Tang Kingdom Currency"), Emperor Li Zing (943-961 AD), Southern Tang Kingdom, The Ten Kingdoms (907-960), China - Hartill #15.94

Four Chinese characters Tang Guo Tong Bao ("Tang Kingdom currency" in regular script) / Blank. 19.5mm, 1.67 grams. Issued 959-961 AD. Schjöth #-; Hartill 15.94

Rare small issue, underpriced in Hartill. Hard to find and scarce. Southern Tang (also referred to as Nantang) was one of the Ten Kingdoms in south-central China created following the Tang Dynasty from 937-975. Southern Tang replaced the Wu Kingdom when Li Bian (a.k.a. Xu Zhigao) deposed the emperor Yang Pu. The capital was located in Jinling (also known as Xidu), located in present-day Nanjing in Jiangsu Province. The territory comprised parts of modern Fujian, Jiangsu and Anhui provinces and the whole of Jiangxi Province. Southern Tang was conquered in 976 by the Northern Song Dynasty. This coin is unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic.

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