1907-12年西藏一唐卡银币。三枚一组。中心圆直径12mm版。1) PCGS MS-62.2) PCGS AU-58.3) PCGS AU-55.西藏唐卡众说纷纭，主要有三种发行（5-6克重)1) Rhodes-F(vi)版别: 以螺旋压机所铸，莲花外有一大圆圈(12mm直径)2) Rhodes-F(vii)版别:多以螺旋压机所铸，莲花的外圆较小及细长。圆珠围绕币缘，数量大概由61至85不等。3) 机制 Rhodes-F(vi)版别:极罕版别，存世已知仅7枚。正面56圆珠，反面57圆珠。cf. ANS # 1973.217.36; British Museum # 1989,0904.274.
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CHINA. Tibet. Trio of Tangkas (3 Pieces), ND (1907-12). All PCGS Gold Shield Certified.All coins KM-Y-F13.1; Rhodes-F(vi). 12mm inner circle variety.1) PCGS MS-62.2) PCGS AU-58.3) PCGS AU-55.---An often misunderstood issue, there are three major varieties encountered for this Tangka issue (5-6 grams in weight).1) Rhodes-F(vi): Struck using a screw press with a large circle (12mm) around the lotus flower (the specimens above).2) Rhodes-F(vii): Likely struck using a screw press. The circle around the lotus flower is smaller and the style is slightly finer. Beads around the border range from 61 to 85.3) Machine-Struck Rhodes-F(vi): A very rare variety of which around 7 specimens are known. There are 56 obverse beads and 57 reverse beads on this issue. cf. ANS # 1973.217.36; British Museum # 1989,0904.274.