PUI- THE ANCIENT CHINESE COIN’S MYSTERY

                                                                      

                               THE REPORT OF Dr IWAN S’S STUDY

                                                       ON

THE ANCIENT CHINESE COIN  WHICH FOUND IN INDONESIA

                      

                                

Private Limited E-Book special for Numismatic collectors

               Jakarta @copyright Dr IWAN S 2010

PREFACE

1. THE CHINA MYSTERY BACKGROUND

More than two thousand years china coins were used in Indonesia for trading between the native Indonesian people and china trader  before and after European came to Indonedia, ,this cvoin name byI ndonesian native people Gobok  and in Bali still used until 1950, and now stil used as a,ulet and religious ceremony , also by tiongho ethnic they still used the qing dynasti Cheng Long emperor coins..but all the Indonesian people didnot understand the different between that gobok, which was the rare  or rare coins, still, in mystery.

Many Numismatic collectors have felt tooo difficult to read and identified the meaning of the chinese characters used on the ancient coins, because many differenct style like the antiqoe script, grass script, li script,ming script and manchu script, or modern script.

Due to that mystery abouve, the reasearch much begin to open that m,ystery , special for the archelogist for intendtified the years of locations, and also for the numismatic collector to identified what reign and emperor nama from that coins, and waht type the ccommon  and rare coins.

The pre- literatyure research have made by Dr IWAN S FROM 1960 ALMOST 50 YEARS, AND FROM HIS  COLLECTIONS will used for reaseach and compare with the other type which never found in Indonesia, also the repro or near same pattern mint in Indonesia by the chinese Tionghoa Kongsi at Bangka Belitung, West Borneo,and Java during the Ming dynasty which no chinese cah (gobok) trader anymore , that is why the firs step of reaseach were the trader historical research and after that the chinese ancient style script, and at least collecting the sample from every dynasty coins in Indonesia.

 

2. TARGET OF RESEARCH

1) the complete type of china ancient script style.

2) theAncient  China dynasty and emperor name.

3) the rare ancient china coin in the world, and  what type were found in Indonesia.

4) The factor whicH effect on the value of  rare ancient china coins

5) the list of rare China ancient coin found iIndonesia.

LITERATURE STUDY

1. CHINA DYNASTY HISTORY

2.THE IDENTIFIED  METHOD OF CHINESE COINS

CHAPTER ONE : THE TYPE OF  ANCIENT CHINA COIN WERE CIRCULATED  IN INDONESIA

1. CASH COIN OR GOBOK

1) COMMON GOBOK

2) MOTHER SHAPE CASH COIN

 

2. CHINA SYNCEE COIN(TOKEN)

1) ARROW STAFF  TYPE

2) SADDLE TYPE

3)SHOE SHAPE

4) ROUND SHAPE

5)POTERY CAKE SHAPE

6)BOAT SHAPE

7)ANT NOSE SHAPE

8)DOUBLE OPEN WORK

9)SOLID SILVER

10)EGG SHAPE

11)SHELL COWRY

(A) ORIGINAL

(B) METAL

3. CHINA COIN

CHAPTER TWO : THE TYPE OF CHINA SCRIPT CHARACTER

1. ANCIENT SCRIPT

1) LY  SCRIPT

2)LE  SCRIPT

3)GRASS SCRIPT

4)MONGOL SCRIPT

5)MING SCRIPT

6)MODERN SCRIPT

CHAPTER THREE:THE FACTOR WHIC EFFECT ON COIN’S VALUE

I. BASED METAL

1)GOLD

2) SILVER

3) BRONZE

4)IRON

5)  TIN OR LEAD

6)BRASS OR COPPER

II, THE NOMINAL VALUE OF COIN

1) TWO CASH

2) FIVE CASH

3) THOUSAND CASH

4)HUNDRED CASH

5)FIFTY CASH

6)TEN CASH

III. THE LUCKY CHARM DESIGN

1. CLOUD

2.CRESENCT MOOD

3. LUCKY ANIMAL

4. LUCKY CALLIGRAPHY

IV. WIDE AND HEAVY

1 STANDAR WIDE

2. BIGGER WIDE

3. MOTHER CASH

CHAPTER FOUR :” THE LIST OF RARE ANCIENT CHINA COIN”

I.THE RARE HAN DYNASTI COINS

II. THE RARE THREE KINGDOM,XIA,AND LIAO DYNASTI COINS

III. THE RARE TANG DYNASTY COINS

IV. :TE RARE  SONG DYNASTY COINS

1.NORTH SONG DINASTY

2.SOUTHERN SONG DINASTY COIN

3. THE MONGOL TARTAR DYNASTI COIN

V: MING DYNASTI COIN

VI.: QING DYNASTY COIN

VII.EARLY ROC COINS

THE END@COPYRIGHT Dr IWAN S 2010

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