The reverse side of the spade coin is shown at the near left and appears to be inscribed with a number s. Xia Boquq khaqan,AE cash 2. Regarding the privately cast coins, it is difficult to find any two coins with the same obverse and reverse. Described below are examples of Qing Ch'ing Dynasty coins. Qianbi Jianshang "Coins identification", Shanghai.
List of Chinese cash coins by inscription
Only two specimens of the da qi tong bao coin are believed to exist and one specimen's whereabouts is now unknown. These coins were cast during the period These coins began to be struck during the 31 st year of the Guang Xu reign at the "General Mint of the Ministry of the Interior and Finance" which had changed its name from the "Tianjin Silver Money General Mint". The diameter is 42 mm and the weight is Only two specimens were known, and these have now disappeared. He was interested in acquiring a great deal of wealth and during the very short period of time he was in power he managed to introduce 37 different kinds of money in a variety of substances, patterns and units. Qing Ch'ing Dynasty -