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June, 2017 Update. Click on the links below to go to the updated page.

Item ref: NSG76.4
Item name: Da Guan Tong Bao
Price: US$ 300
Dimension: 33 mm
Reverse:
Remarks: Value 3, scarce
Item ref: MIN129.2
Item name: Hong Wu Tong Bao
Price: US$ 185
Diameter: 39 mm
Reverse: Wu Qian. 5 cash.
Remarks: Small hole at 6 o'clock. Just below "Wu".
Item ref: TKM13.5
Item name: Da Quan Dang Qian
Price: US$ 125
Dimension: 32mm
Weight: N/A
Remarks: S195
Item ref: SD14.10
Item name: Chang Ping Wu Zhu
Price: US$ 45
Dimension: N/A
Weight: N/A
Remarks: S242, Northern Qi in AD553. Legend translate as "Wu Zhu of Constant Equity"
Item ref: YU11.14
Item name: Da Yuan Tong Bao
Price: US$ 125
Dimension: 42 mm
Weight: N/A
Remarks: S1099. Mongol script

May, 2017 Update. Click on the links below to go to the updated page.

Item ref: AC 001.11 Obverse The inscriptions read as "Tian Guan Ci Fu" which means "Tian Guan, one of the 3 deities of the Taoist pantheon, bestows Good Fortune"
Reverse: The inscriptions read as "Zhi Re Gao Sheng" which means " Rapid and Loftly Promotion".
Item name: Good Fortune Amulet
Price: US$ 95
Dimension: 46 mm
Remarks:
Item ref: AC 005.6 Obverse: At the centre is a large Daoist magic character which means "Dead Ghost". Surrounding this magic character are 8 characters of which 6 are key characters (starting from the top going clockwise: "an ma ni ba mi hong" which compose of the Buddhist's famous mantra prayer which is said to contain all the teachings of Buddha. Buddhists believe that chanting this "Six Word Mantra" will bring forth the attention and blessings of Buddha.
Reverse: Read as "Chang Ming Fu Gui" which means "Longevity, Wealth and Honor". Surrounding is the 8 Trigram (Ba Gua).
Item name: Taoist Protection Amulet
Price: US$ 125
Dimension: 58 mm
Remarks: This amulet is unquie as it displays both Daoist and Buddhist inscriptions.
Item ref: AC 006.7 Obverse: Read as "Wan Shi Ru Yi" which means "May everything goes as you wish or desire".
ReverseRead as "Jin Yu Man Tang" which means "May gold and jade fill your house":
Item name: Lucky Amulet
Price: US$ 95
Dimension: 42 mm
Remarks:
Item ref: AC 007.9 Obverse: Read as " Tian Zi Wan Nian" which means "May the Son of Heaven (Emperor) live for a myriad (10,000) of years".
Reverse: Read as "Tian Xia Tai Ping" which means "Peace and Tranquillity under the Heaven (throughout the country).
Item name: Good Fortune Amulet
Price: US$ 95
Dimension: 42 mm
Remarks:
Item ref: MIN19.5
Item name: Xing Chao Tong Bao
Price: US$125
Dimension: 46 mm
Reverse: Yi fen
Remarks: S1327
Item ref: MIN29.5
Item name: Xing Chao Tong Bao
Price: US$ 60
Dimension: 35 mm
Reverse: Wu Li
Remarks: S1332

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