1891 20 Sen Japan Coin Meiji Silver Year 24


Obverse: Dragon within beaded circle, legends above, written value below
Obverse legend: 年四十二治明 本 日 大 20 SEN
Reverse: Chrysanthemum Flower (Coat of Arms & Emperor's Royal Seal) and branches of Paulownia Flower (heart-shaped leaf) around the rim and Chrysanthemum Flower on either side of the value
Reverse legend: 二 十 錢
Edge: reeded
Denomination: 20 Sen
Ruler: Emperor Meiji (3 November 1852 – 30 July 1912), also called Meiji the Great or Meiji the Good was the 122nd emperor of Japan according to the traditional order of succession, reigning from 3 February 1867 until his death on 30 July 1912, and the first monarch of the Empire of Japan.
Country: Japan
Year: 1891 年四十二治明
Mintage: 2 500 000
Metal: Silver (0.800)
Weight ±: 5.38 g.
Diameter ±: 22.8 mm
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SKU: MO3504- ISBN:
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