China - Foreign Colonies,HONG KONG: Victoria, 1842-1901, AE mil, 1863, KM-1, much original red luste

China -

75 - 100
China - Foreign Colonies,HONG KONG: Victoria, 1841-1901, AE cent, 1863, KM-4.1, PCGS graded MS64 RB+

China -

300 - 400
China - Foreign Colonies,HONG KONG:LOT of 8 coins including; 1866 mil (AU), 1898 10 cents (Fine), 18

China -

75 - 100
China - Foreign Colonies,MACAO:LOT of 51 coins including 4 silver coins from 1952-2007, appears to b

China -

75 - 100
China - Foreign Colonies,HONG KONG: Elizabeth II, 1952-1997, AV 10 dollars, 1994, KM-70a, bimetallic

China -

700 - 800
China - Foreign Colonies,MACAO: AR 100 patacas, 1978, KM-10, 25th Anniversary of Grand Prix Racing,

China -

550 - 650
China - Foreign Colonies,MACAO: AR 100 patacas, 1978, KM-11, 25th Anniversary of Grand Prix Racing,

China -

175 - 225
伪满洲国福字一两大福 NGC MS 60

伪满洲国福字一

3000 - 4000
1918年西藏狮图金币20两 PCGS MS 63+

1918年西藏

4000 - 5000
Numismatic Literature,Album, Stephen, Fixed Price Lists, SET of 53 early small format price lists, i

Numisma

50 - 75
China - Tibet,TIBET:LOT of 12 silver coins including; AR 1½ srang Y-24, BE-16-10, BE16-11, BE16-12,

China -

150 - 250
China - Tibet,TIBET:LOT of 6 debased silver trade coinage rupees: Y-3.2, L&M-359, struck at the Chen

China -

150 - 180
China - Tibet,TIBET:LOT of 5 silver trade coinage ¼ rupees: Y-1, L&M-362, struck at the Chengdu mint

China -

150 - 200
西藏桑松果木一两狮子 PCGS XF 45

西藏桑松果木一

2000 - 3000
西藏桑松果木一两唐卡 PCGS AU Details

西藏桑松果木一

1100 - 1300
西藏乾隆59年无币值 PCGS XF 40

西藏乾隆59年

200 - 300
西藏乾隆59年无币值 PCGS XF Details

西藏乾隆59年

200 - 300
西藏乾隆58年五分 PCGS XF 45

西藏乾隆58年

200 - 300

Lot:2896  广西省造民国十年壹毫铜质 PCGS SP 50

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拍品分类 机制银币>地方省造>广西省造>民国十年>壹毫>铜质 品相 PCGS SP50
拍品估价 USD 400 - 500 成交价 USD 1293
拍卖专场 SA2018年5月加州拍卖(#31) 拍卖公司 SA
开拍日期 2018-05-18 00:00:00 结标日期 2018-05-20 12:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 广西省造民国十年壹毫铜质 PCGS SP 50
China - Provincial,KWANGSI: Republic, AE 10 cents, year 10 (1921), KM-Pn3, L&M-168a, pattern in copper, PCGS graded Specimen-50. E. Kann wrote his book he states that these were possibly struck at the mint in Philadelphia. This was based on the fact that the patterns often show up in the USA, as well as a collection Kann viewed when witting his book. The owner of that collection was of the view that these were struck in Philadelphia. Basically the Philadelphia mint theory is just conjecture and not based on any solid fact. It is also possible that they were struck at Kwangtung. The Kwangtung mint at this time was one of the largest mints in the world (previously set up by the British). Kwangtung is also very closely located to Kwangsi and seems most logical.