Jin dynasty Prince Shao of Wei Chong Qing Yuan Bao Seal script 3 Cash 1212 AD
The Jin dynasty, Prince Shao of Wei
Chong Qing Yuan Bao, in Seal script 3 Cash
year title Chong Qing 1212-1213 AD
Weight: 14.8 grams; Size: 35.8 mm; Bronze
Jin Dynasty, Chong Qing Yuan Bao
in Seal script
the Jin dynasty Prince Shao of Wei
Wanyan Yongji (完顏永濟) (1168 – September 11, 1213), known in traditional histories as Prince Shao of Wei (衛紹王), was an emperor of the Jin Dynasty, who ruled most of northern China in the 12th and 13th centuries.
Yongji was the seventh of ten emperors of the Jin Dynasty. During his rule, the Mongols began heavy attacks on the Jin dynasty.
Yongji was betrayed and killed by a marshal in the capital of Beijing; he was the third and last of ten Jin emperors to be assassinated. After his death, he was posthumously demoted to his pre-reign title: Prince of Wei.