One Tael Silver Opium Trade Dollar Deer Head Yunnan, Myanmar WWII 1943 French In

One Tael Silver Opium Trade Dollar Deer Head Yunnan, Myanmar WWII 1943 French Indo China

One Tael Silver Large Deer Head Dollar

Yunnan, Myanmar WWII 1943

Struck for French Indo China opium trade.

 

37.19 grams; Silver 900; size: 40.7 mm; thickness: 3 mm

Yunnan, Myanmar 1943 1 Tael Silver Small Deer Head, KM-A4

Obverse: Deer Head

Reverse: 銀正兩一, and Lao Myanmar script, means: One Tael Fine Silver


Edge: Smooth

 

Yunnan, Myanmar 1943 1 Tael Silver Large Deer Head

Yunnan Province lies in the south of China, bordering Burma (Myanmar), Laos, and Vietman. To facilitate the trade of opium in Yunnan, the French, during WWII, minted silver bullion coinage from their mints in French Indo-China. As such, the coins have both Chinese and Lao script. "CHINA. Yunnan. Tael, (1943). 鹿頭正銀一兩。 "Large Head". Struck for French Indo China opium trade. ?span lang="zh-cn">大鹿頭?#12290;中南半島鴉片貿易用銀元.?/font>

Recorded mintage: unknown.
Specification: 37.19 g, silver.
Catalog reference: L&M-435; K-934; Hsu-304; KM-A4 (under French Indo-China).

 

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One Tael Silver Opium Trade Dollar Deer Head Yunnan, Myanmar WWII 1943 French In

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