Spring-Autumn and Warring States B.C. 770-221 Info

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Hollow-shaft spade coin. Ding 63. Ji Fu Xiao Hua. 

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Pointed Knife without characters. Schjöth 62-64v or Ding 336-338v. 13,32 gr.

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Straight back knife with one character (Which?) Ding 346v. 8,64 gr.

Schjöth 57. Character probably Ming . 15,31 gr.

Ding 158. "Bu" spade from Pingyang, Shanxi. 5,53 gr.

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Schjöth 70/Ding 440. Yi Liu Hua. 9,70 gr. 
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Schjöth 76. Ming Hua. 2,54 gr. 
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Schjöth 77. Yi Hua. 1,77 gr.  Schjöth 78. Yi Hua. 1,32 gr. 
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Schjöth 73 Round hole coin. 8,92 gr.
Character is Yuan
, which means wall and was a city in the state of Wei.

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"Ant nose" bronze money of the Chu state. An imitation of cowry shells.

Ban Liang from Qin kingdom of Warring States. 5,15 gr. 31 m.m. 
Note the rounded "fork" in Ban. According to the catalog Monnaies Chinoises 
by F. Thierry p. 256 nr. 486-487 it seems to be from a local mint from the last 
half of The Warring States period (336-221 b.c.).

Ban Liang with long script from Qin kingdom of Warring States. 6,2 gr. 32 m.m.

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