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Old 01-17-2014, 10:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any clue what exactly these are and what they are worth???
I'm 95% sure they are Japanese. They are in a book with no labels or other distinguishable identifiers.

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I've seen some coins in a folder like yours for sale in asian supermarkets, don't think they are worth much though
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They are Japanese. I have #18 in front of me now, that my grandfather got in Japan.
Sorry no idea on value of all of them though.
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These are novelty coin albums made by a
"Import-export" co called ANCO out of Alabama. Hope this helps.
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This website might help with identification:

Japanese Coins

The larger coin is shown here:

"The Tenpou Tsuuhou was a 100 mon value coin minted between 1835 and 1871"

unknown Japanese coins and variants
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This website might help with identification:

Japanese Coins

The larger coin is shown here:

"The Tenpou Tsuuhou was a 100 mon value coin minted between 1835 and 1871"

unknown Japanese coins and variants
Thanks for the info.
I can't believe some of these coins are from the 1600's and worthless.
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Thanks for the info.
I can't believe some of these coins are from the 1600's and worthless.
I can't either. Something doesn't add up.

Import/export from Alabama? And now, some are from the 1600's?
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