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Moneta



Registered: August 2005
Location: Arizona USA
Posts: 1,932
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Another example I have placed as a Y#511.1 variety with open '3' and a backwards '4'. The size and lettering style are different on this one with the letters rather thinner.
Compare to others by clicking on the expanded view of the ones you'd like to compare and then place all of them on the desk top.


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 ]
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Keywords: Szechuan Shensi Soviet 200 Cash
Denomination: 200 Cash
Reference #: Y #511.1 type
Date/Mintmark: 1934
Condition: VF+
Weight: 8.25 gm; 27.2 mm
Metal: copper

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Zantetsuken

Registered: January 2010
Location: United States
Posts: 313
May 4, 2012 11:40pm

Nice one. It's interesting how in one year, their minting methods look much more refined. Not perfect, but compared to the 1933 issues, it's a drastic improvement. Even more so for the 500 Cash series.
Moneta

Registered: August 2005
Location: Arizona USA
Posts: 1,932
May 4, 2012 11:59pm

Thanks for all the fantastic additions! The big improvement in the Soviet series occured post Long March when they gained access to a regional mint in north China. The Chinese forgeries now extend to the coppers so you have to be careful. Prices have dramatically increased in the last five to eight years.


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