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Moneta



Registered: August 2005
Location: Arizona USA
Posts: 1,967
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While listed as a Y 510.4, there is a major difference. The '200' is retrograde but the hammer & sickle are NOT reversed. See KM. Zero's are oval, not square. Hammer handle extension beyond the head connects to middle star [Y#510-.1] and "moth" motif is not outlined like Y#510.2 - each example is different and usually contains elements of other types. These are fascinating to study!


Here are a number of RARE articles on Communist Chinese Soviet coins & notes from the Moneta Library:
VIEW & DOWNLOAD:
Chinese Soviet Coins and Notes - Raeburn (1st research 1937!): [ link ]
Chinese Soviet Coins Intriguing - Hogan: [ link ]
Chinese Communist Armies - Kann (excerpt): [ link ]
Soviet Chinese Copper Coins - Hua Guangpu (Little Brown Book): [ link ]


The premier articles on Early Chinese Soviet issues are the invaluable documents below. It covers the history, coins and notes from 1927-1935 and includes photos and a map: (with color photos; in 3 parts);
Money of Communist China - Sandrock Part I: [ link ]
Money of Communist China - Sandrock Part II: [ link ]
Money of Communist China - Sandrock Part III: [ link ]
· Date: January 16, 2006 · Views: 12,260 · Filesize: 26.3kb, 62.7kb · Dimensions: 800 x 429 ·
Keywords: Szechuan Shenzi Soviet Chinese 200 Cash
Denomination: 200 Cash
Reference #: Y 510.4 variety
Date/Mintmark: 1933
Condition: VF
Weight: 16.6 gm; 34.5 mm
Metal: CU

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Zantetsuken

Registered: January 2010
Location: United States
Posts: 313
May 23, 2010 1:24am

Cool coin James. I have one similar to this. They are interesting because it looks like the design was done by a two-year old child because of the crude strike and craftsmanship. Thanks for posting this.
Moneta

Registered: August 2005
Location: Arizona USA
Posts: 1,967
May 23, 2010 1:08pm

Daniel, I really hope you post yours here, these are like ancients in that each one is different. I'm pretty sure this is the most complete on-line display of this fascinating and historical period of coinage on the Internet. I've linked all known articles above, so this is a major research resource as well. Soon I'll post photos of the rumored first Chinese Soviet coins that were Republic coppers counterstamped with Hammer & Sickle and the 'Soviet' cartouche.


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