Collection of 18 attributed ancient Chinese coins, spanning almost two thousand years (BC 175 to AD 1850).

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Collection of 18 different coins. The price is for the entire group of 18 coins shown above (the exact coins you will purchase are shown). This group includes a couple of scarcer coins, all pieces are in fairly decent condition.You can match the attribution to the picture above (coins are arranged right to left):Top row (right to left):1: 175-119 BC - Western Han dynasty. Bronze "4 zhu" ban-liang, after Emperor Wen Di (180157 BC), Empire of China - (Hartill 7.17)2. 113-90 BC - Western Han dynasty. Bronze Wu Zhu (=5 Zhus) with a bar bove hole, Emperor Wu Di (140-87 BC), Empire of China - Hartill #8.8.2: 115-113 BC - Western Han dynasty. Bronze Chi Ze Wu Zhu (=5 Zhus), Emperor Wu Di (140-87 BC), Empire of China - Hartill #8.63: 113-90 BC - Western Han dynasty. Shang Lin San Guan Wu Zhu (=5 Zhus), Emperor Wu Di (140-87 BC), Empire of China - Hartill #8.84: 90 BC - Western Han dynasty. Superb! Early Wu Zhu (=5 Zhus), Emperor Wu Di (140-87 BC), Empire of China - (Hartill 8.10)5: Huo-Quan (so called Biscuit Money). Minted between AD 14 to AD 23 by regent Wang Mang in Hsin Dynasty. Hsin Dynasty is Interregnum between W. Han and E. Han Dynasties. Schjoth 149. Weight: about 3 gram. Size: 20 mm in diameter.6: 25-220 AD - Eastern Han dynasty. Bronze "5 zhu" ("Wu Zhu"), Empire of China (Hartill 10.2)2nd row (right to left):1: 528-530 AD - Northern Wei dynasty. Bronze cash of Emperor Xiao Zhuang Di (528-530 AD), The "North and South dynasties" period of anarchy in China (420-581 AD)2: K'ai-Yuan Thong Bao. Minted from AD 621 to AD 900 (from T'ang Dynasty). The T'ang Dynasty is regarded by the Chinese as a Golden Age in their history. Weight: about 3.80 gram.3: 759-762 AD - Tang dynasty (618-907), bronze Qian Yuan Zhong Bao cash, Emperor Su Zong (756-762 AD), Empire of China - Hartill 14.1164: 961-978 AD. Kai Yuan Tong Bao cash, Emperor Li Yu (961-978 A), Southern Tang Kingdom (South-Central China), "5 dynasties and 10 Kingdoms" period (907-960 AD) - Hartill #15.995: 1039-1054 AD - Northern Song dynasty (960-1127), bronze cash (seal script, square Bao) of the Emperor Ren Zong (1022-1063), Empire of China - Hartill 16.956: 1078-1085 AD - Northern Song dynasty (960-1127), bronze cash (Yuan Feng Tong Bao, running script) of the Emperor Shen Zong (1068-1085), Empire of China - Hartill 16.2363rd row (right to left):1. 1408/1410-1424 AD - Ming dynasty (1368-1644), bronze cash of the Emperor Cheng Zu (1403-1424 AD), Empire of China - Hartill 20.1212. 1630-1644 AD - Ming dynasty (1368-1644), bronze cash of the Emperor Si Zong (1628-1644 AD), Empire of China3. Cash of Emperor Qian Long (1736-1795), Qing dynasty, Empire of China4. Bronze cash of Emperor Ren Zong (1796-1820), Qing dynasty, Empire of China5. Bronze cash of Emperor Daoguang (1820-1850), Qing dynasty, Empire of China6. Bronze cash of Emperor De Zong (1875-1908), Qing dynasty, Empire of China