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CAST CHINESE COINS book download

CAST CHINESE COINS book download

CAST CHINESE COINS by David Hartill

CAST CHINESE COINS



Download CAST CHINESE COINS




CAST CHINESE COINS David Hartill ebook
ISBN: 1412054664, 9781412054669
Format: pdf
Page: 473
Publisher: Trafford Publishing


Cast silver coins were periodically produced but are considerably rarer. But to my juvenile eyes, it was nothing short of pirate's gold! Historically , Chinese money coins were cast in copper, brass or iron. Sophisticated bronze casting techniques emerged in China much earlier than in any other Asian culture. Later that night, the coin was hidden from sight in an impressive fortification I had made of Lego. Before the Dinh Dynasty, our country was ruled by China and we used Chinese coins. In the mid 1800s, the coins were made of 3 parts copper and two parts lead. It was a late summer evening with the sun hanging low in the sky, when I happened upon an old Chinese “I Ching” coin half-submerged in the sand, right on the tide line. Chinese Coins: For any knitters out there, this week I discovered a fabulous stitch I never saw before that really looks like Chinese coins. In the Shang Dynasty (1766-1045 BCE) the Chinese produced large scale elaborately cast bronze ritual vessels. €This was the first coin of independent Vietnam. Chinese money coins originated from the barter of farming tools and rural surpluses. Now we cast: heads count for three points, tails for two, which means a total between six and nine. Traditionally, Chinese money coins were cast in copper, brass or iron. In the mid Cast gold coins are also known to exist but are very rare. An exotic treasure cast up upon the shore, wet with sea-foam, and glinting in the fading light. We take three coins, groovy Chinese ones with holes in the middle preferably, but not necessarily.

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