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336-221 BC - Large full-weight ban-liang, Qin Kingdom under Eastern Zhou Dynasty, "Warring State" period, China (Gratzer/Fishman #11.42; Hartill #7.5)

336-221 BC - Large full-weight ban-liang, Qin Kingdom under Eastern Zhou Dynasty, "Warring State" period, China (Gratzer/Fishman #11.42; Hartill #7.5)

Two small Chinese characters - Ban Liang ("Half an ounce"), no rims  / Blank, no rims. 31.5mm, 7.65 grams. Gratzer/Fishman #A11.42; Hartill #7.5.

These rare coins are Qin Kingdom cast in full weight of half liang of 16 grams, rare this heavy. Very nice quality and well cast in brassy bronze. These are from the "third" (or "late") issue ban liangs.

Qin (778 BC-207 BC) was a Chinese feudal state that existed during the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods of Chinese history. It emerged as one of the dominant superpowers of the Seven Warring States by the 3rd century BC and eventually united China under its rule in 221 BC, after which it is referred to as the Qin Dynasty. This coin is unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic.

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