Chinese cash coins catalog with values

Empire of China (before 1912)

Chinese Cash

Anonymous coinage

chinese old coin 1 cash 618-907 square hole
1 cash no date (618-907)

brass
square hole
Value - 5-10 USD

 

 

chinese old coin 1 cash 960-1044 square hole
1 cash no date (960-1044)

brass
square hole
Value - 5-10 USD

 

 

Emperor Huizong (1100-1126)

chinese old coin 10 cash Huizong square hole
10 cash no date (1102-1106)

copper
square hole
Value - 10-15 USD

 

 

Emperor Chongzhen (1627-1644)

chinese old coin 1 cash Chongzhen square hole
1 cash no date

copper
square hole
Value - 5-10 USD

 

 

Wu Sangui Prince of Zhou (1674-1678)

chinese old coin 1 cash Zhu Di square hole
2 cash no date

brass
square hole
Value - 15-20 USD

 

 

Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722)

chinese old coin 1 cash Kangxi square hole
1 cash no date

brass
square hole
Value - 10-15 USD

 

chinese old coin 1 cash Kangxi square hole
1 cash no date

brass
square hole
Value - 5-10 USD

 

 

Emperor Qianlong (1735-1796)

chinese old coin 1 cash Qianlong square hole
1 cash no date

brass
square hole
Value - 3-5 USD

 

coin China cash 1739-1795 Qianlong square hole
1 cash no date

copper
square hole
Value - 3-5 USD

 

 

Emperor Jiaqing (1796-1820)

coin China cash 1796-1820 Jiaqing square hole
1 cash no date

brass
square hole
Value - 3-5 USD

 

chinese old coin 1 cash Jiaqing square hole
1 cash no date

copper
square hole
Value - 3-5 USD

 

 

Emperor Daoguang (1820-1850)

chinese old coin 1 cash Daoguang square hole
1 cash no date

brass
square hole
Value - 3-5 USD

 

 

Emperor Xianfeng (1850-1861)

chinese old coin 1 cash Xianfeng square hole
1 cash no date

brass
square hole
Value - 1-3 USD

 

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Republic 1912-1949

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Japanese occupation

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Provisional Government of China

 

 

Coins of Chinese cash in the catalog are presented divided by historical periods, indicating the main characteristics and differences by type.
Inside the sections, the coins are sorted by denomination - from large to small.
The cost of the coin is approximate and is indicated specifically for the coin shown in the picture. You can use this price to evaluate similar coins (of the same type), but remember that the value is affected by many factors, such as the state of preservation and the date of minting. The cost of coins of the same type can vary greatly depending on the number of surviving copies.
Coins of Chinese cash presented on this page are not sold or bought - this is only a catalog.