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Catalogue of Chinese coins from the VIIth cent. 621, including the series in the British Museum. London, 1892, 443 pp., illus. Deals with the issue of bank notes by the three government banks.

  • Inscriptions on cash.
  • Silver in China and its relation to Chinese copper coinage.
  • Davis, Andrew McFarland (1833–1920).
  • A discussion of the Chinese monetary situation as it was when the decline of silver was first becoming conspicuous.

CRp, v. 5, no. 9, Jan. 1837, pp. 419–422. —— Notice of three Chinese silver medals. S., v. 1, 1861, pp. 241–245, illus. —— Account of “Kin Ting Tseen Luh,” a Chinese work on coins in the library of the Numismatic Society of London.

IA, v. 42, 1913, pp. 85–132, 153–159, 181–185, 209–216, 237–239, 253–254, 273–276; v. 47, 1918, p. 28; v. 50, 1921, p. 248, pls. Temple, Clifton A. Methods used in dating Chinese coins. N, v. 47, no. 6, Jun. 1934, pp. 365–366, illus., chart. Chart of the 76th cycle (1864–1923). History of Japanese paper currency (1868–1890).

Photographie originale / Original photograph

N, v. 17, no. 8, Aug. 1904, pp. 242–243. —— Some rare and unpublished Chinese coins. SNC, v. 19, no. 227, Oct. 1911, cols. The coins of Tch’ui, illus.; v. 20, no. 236, Jul. 1912, cols. Rung Coins; v. 21, no. 1, Jan. 1913, cols. 63–65; no. 12, Dec. cols.

CCJ, v. 8, no. 3, Mar. 1941, pp. 44–45, illus. Hocking, William John. Catalogue of the coins, tokens, medals, dies, and seals in the Museum of the Royal Mint.

—— Ancient Chinese shell currency and derivate money, Yokohama, 1914. Rabbitt, James A. Brief history of nickel coinage. Japan Advertiser, Tokyo, 2 Oct. 1932. Weight money of ancient China. CCJ, v. 6, no. 4, Dec. 1939, p. 134, illus. CRp, v. 5, no. 9, Jan. 1837, p. 419.

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Koga, Tokyo, 1926, 117 pp., illus. —— The minted ten-cash coins of China. —— The coins of Shanghai, an unwritten chapter in the history of the “Capital of the Far East.” CJ, v. 27, no. 2, Aug. 1937, pp. 64–78, illus. —— Designs on old Japanese paper money.

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Tientsin Press, 1903, 30 pp. The Society is attempting to obtain those items not already credited to its library in this bibliography. A survey of the Society’s numismatic books in the Chinese language was prepared by the compiler and published in 1940, cf. —— Some remarks on a series of coins issued in China based on the British-Indian rupee. AJN, v. 41, no. 2, Oct. 1906, pp. 29–31, illus.

Description of emergency paper currency issued by various Shanghai firms. An exceedingly rare Chinese dollar in the collection of Mr. Ower of Paterson. CCJ, v. 5, 1880, pp. 8–9, illus. NSM, v. 6, no. 4, Apr. 1940, pp. 219–224, illus.

CCJ, v. 7, no. 1, Jan. 1940, pp. 12–13, illus. —— Some account of charms, talismans, and felicitous appendages worn about the person, or hung up in houses, &c., used by the Chinese. TRAS, v. 3, 1835, pp. 285–290. —— A Chinese commercial guide, consisting of a collection of details and regulations respecting foreign trade with China. Letter calling attention to article by Paul Bordeaux in RN (no. 50) on the counterfeits of the 1792 dollar of Charles IV.

Paires de devises populaires pour Dollar des États-Unis (USD)

—— The relation of copper and silver in China. JNChRAS, v. 31, no. 2, 1896, pp. 136–146. —— Silver coinage of Siam. NC, v. 11, 1849, pp. 40–48, pl.; v. 12, 1850, pp. 89–91. On p. 56, illustration and description of a Tangut coin. —— Mints and coins in China.

N, v. 4, no. 1, Jan. 1892, p. 5, illus. —— A supplement to the study relative to the shell money of China. (In Japanese.) Toyo Gakuho, Magazine of the Oriental Society, Tokyo, v. 2, no. 3, Oct. 1912, Saxo Bank: An Overview of the Firm pp. 429–431. The shell money of the ancient period in China. (In Japanese.) Toyo Gakuho, Magazine of the Oriental Society, Tokyo, v. 2, no. 2, May 1912, pp. 264–273. Hackman, Heinrich Frederick.

S. A., and others in the possession of Captain Archer. V. 4, 1864, pp. 34–39. —— Coins of the Tartars and Mongols. N, v. 46, no. 5, May 1933, pp. 304–306, illus.

Report of Treasury committee on the mode of issuing dollars in the east. —— The origin of birds found protruding from the outer circumference of certain Chinese coin-amulets. NPJJ, v. 4, no. 2, Aug. 1914, pp. 41–47.

N, v. 8, no. 1, Jan. 1895, pp. 16–17. Rockhill, William Woodville (1854–1914). Notes on the ethnology of Tibet, based on the collections in the U. S. National Museum, Smithsonian Institution, 1895, pp. 665–747, illus. Weight systems of China and farther Asia, pp. 154–168. See Ramsden (no. 643) for criticism of Ridgeway’s views on Chinese currency.

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1872, pp. 117–118, illus. —— The Hsi Hsia dynasty of Tangut, their money and peculiar inscriptions. JNChRAS, v. 30, 1895–96, pt. 2, pp. 142–160, illus.

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Partial translation in French in BN, v. 11, no. 4, Jul.–Aug. 1904, pp. 50–53, illus. —— The NPBFX Broker Review new Chinese dollar, by Franklin Perry (pseud.) CCJ, n. S., v. 1, no. 2, May 1934, p. 39.

numismatic bibliography of the Far East

Matsuoka, K. An early history of the gold exchange standard in Japan. Kyoto University Economic Review, Dec. 1935, 23 pp. A very full and documented account xCritical Review by one who played the leading part in the reform. Matsukata, Masayoshi. Report on the adoption of the gold standard in Japan. Tokyo, 1899, 389 pp., illus.

—— A new silver coinage for Chinese Turkestan. CRv, v. 13, no. 2, Sep. 1884, pp. 86–87, illus. —— The Chinese silver coinage of Tibet. CRv, v. 6, no. 6, May 1878, pp. 348–349, illus. —— The twelve ancient coins of Japan. N, v. 8, no. 11, Nov. 1895, pp. 270–273, illus.

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