Da Yuan Guo Bao, rev Zhi Da, Yuan (Mongolian) Dynasty Large 10 cash Seal Script

Da Yuan Guo Bao, rev Zhi Da, Yuan (Mongolian) Dynasty Large 10 cash Seal Script 1310AD

ANCIENT CHINA

Yuan Dynasty (元朝), also called the Mongol Dynasty, of China

Da Yuan Guo Bao, the Coin of Great Yuan

Zhi Da in Seal Script, 1310-1311 AD

 

Obv: "Da Yuan Guo Bao"

means: The Coin of Great Yuan

Rev: Zhi Da 至大 in Seal Script

 

 

reign title: Zhi Da 1310-1311 AD

Emperor Yuan WU TSUNG, Qayisan Külüg, Borjigin Qayshan

Weight: 27 grams; Size: 43 mm; Bronze

Value: 10 Cash

The Yuan Dynasty (Chinese: 元朝; pinyin: Yuáncháo; Mongolian: Dai Ön Ulus/Дай Юан Улс), or Great Yuan Empire (simplified Chinese: 大元国; traditional Chinese: 大元國; pinyin: Dà Yuán Diguó) was both the continuation of the Mongol Empire and the Mongol founded historical state in Mongolia and China[1], lasting officially from 1271[2] to 1368[3]. In Chinese history, the Yuan Dynasty