Home : China : Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) : 1488-1505 AD - Very rare! Bronze cash, local issue by the semi-independent tribal Dali Kingdom in Yunnan, minted during the Hongzhi period, Ming Emperor Xiao Zong (1388-1505), Yunnan, China.

1488-1505 AD - Very rare! Bronze cash, local issue by the semi-independent tribal Dali Kingdom in Yunnan, minted during the Hongzhi period, Ming Emperor Xiao Zong (1388-1505), Yunnan, China.

1488-1505 AD - Very rare! Bronze cash, local issue by the semi-independent tribal Dali Kingdom in Yunnan, minted during the Hongzhi period, Ming Emperor Xiao Zong (1388-1505), Yunnan, China.

Four crude Chinese characters – Tai Ding Tong Bao / Blank. 24.5mm, 4.5 grams. Kingdom Dali in Yunnan. Harill 20.127

Very rare, very high quality for these! These coins were cast in crude sand moulds, and don’t get any nicer than this piece Dali Kingdom was a tribal Kingdom in Yunnan in China. They were independent or semi-independent a few times during China's history. During the Ming times the semi-independent areas in Yunnan issued crude local coinage based on the coins of the Ming Emperors. All these coins are very rare.

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