|Product:||TAISHO 50 Sen Japanese Silver 100 Yen Phoenix 72% Silver・10 Coins|
|Material:||Composition 72% silver, 28% copper.
Each coin weighs roughly 4.9 grams.
Each coin contains roughly 3.52 grams of silver. 3.52 grams X 10 coins = Roughly 35.2 Grams of Pure Silver.
Over 1 and 1/10 troy oz. of pure silver in each set of 10.
1 troy ounce = 31.1 Grams.
|Details:||The 50 Sen coin was a Japanese coin worth half of a Japanese yen. These coins were first minted in 1870, under the reign of the Meiji Emperor. Production of silver coins stopped in 1938, and the coins were replaced by brass ones starting in 1946.
Issued between 1922-1938 during Japan’s Taisho period.
Inscriptions on Japanese coins from this period are read clockwise from right to left: “Year” ← “Number representing year of reign” ← “Emperor’s name”
|Specifics:||Diameter: 23.5 mm
Weight: 4.95 Grams per coin.
|Offer:||We will choose a batch of circulated coins, in similar but not exact condition as those in the picture. The pictures included are for your reference only.|