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Kuanagai Tongbao It was cast in Japan in the third year (1626) of Emperor Mizuo's Emperor Mizuo after the 108th generation in Japan. At that time, money stoves were cast in various parts of Japan. They were still in use until the early Meiji period, and they were in circulation for more than 240 years. Kuanyongtong treasures have continuously flowed into China in the long-term Sino-Japanese trade and exchanges, and so far they have been found throughout China.



The word "Quanyong" was the year of Japan at that time. Its outline is regular, the font is correct, the caster is excellent, and the coin face is exquisite. The overall color is natural and delicate, the text and patterns are clear and smooth, and the depth is moderate. There are natural traces of use and wear, traces of cooked old circulation are natural, the style of the font is very charm, and the casting process is in line with the characteristics of the times, which is precious. Kuanyongtongbao reflects the ancient Chinese culture's great role in history and culture, and has become a historical physical witness of the friendly exchanges between China and Japan and other neighboring countries. It has historical significance and great collection value.


Thousands of Tang Dynasty Kaiyuan Tongbao coins unearthed in Kuan Yongtongbao have been unearthed over the years. The earliest square-hole round money in Japan, "He Tongkaibao (Wanger)", was made after imitating Yuantong treasure, and it is also found in China. In the Song and Ming dynasties, economic exchanges between the two countries became more frequent, and Chinese coins continued to be exported to Japan in large quantities. Later, Japan imitated the Chinese Song and Ming dynasties, and also used Chinese with the same name. These coins and other Japanese money also flowed into our country in large quantities. Kuanyongtongbao is the largest coin in the history of Japan, the longest casting period, and the most editions. It is also one of the largest foreign coins flowing into China.


This coin is inside the outer circle, with the word "Quan Yong Tong Bao" cast on the front, and the word "wen" above the back. This collection of copper is exquisite, exquisite workmanship, thick and natural paste, small and beautiful, dignified and beautiful, and it can also be called the essence of recasting. Its money calligraphy has inherited and developed the style of the regular script of Tongzhi coins. Very rare, with great cultural research value, artistic value, and economic collection value. This coin is still intact under the passage of time and is a rare collection.




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