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JAPAN

1 Sen of Japan (1874), Meiji Year 7
2 Sen of Japan (1874), Proof?
50 Sen of Japan 1910

Dating Japanese coins
Dating Tool for Japanese Coins
Fun Facts About Japanese Coins
Imperial Japan: Emperor Meiji (1868-1869) One Shu (KM#C-12a)
Imperial Japan: Samurai Coins of the Shogun Era
Intended coins of the Japanese WW2 Occupations

Japan - 2 different 4 mon's (or not different?)
Japan - new commemorative issues 2008
Japan - new issue 2010
Japan 1883 half sen variety?
Japan 33 (1958) 10 Yen
Japan 5 yen
Japan 10 Yen Y # 97.2
Japan 50 Sen 1904 KM#25
Japan New Issue: IMF Meeting 2012
Japan to Restart Production of ¥1 and ¥5 Coins
Japan Y# 74

Japan, 1 Yen
Japan, 10 yen 1979
Japan, 100 mon local issue in wood
Japan, 20 Sen ,Meiji 4 = 1871. 
Japan, Mon, 1626?
Japan, mon, around 1668-1700, Cr 1.1
Japan, mon, from 1737, Nikko, Temple of Jakkoji
Japan, Ryukyu Islands: ½ Shu ND (JDNA2008-134.2, KM-C115)
Japan, Ryukyu Islands: 100 Mon, ND (JNDA2008-134.1, KM-C100)
Japan: Collector coins support post-tsunami reconstruction
Japan: Commemorative Coins Planned for 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics
Japan: Contradiction
Japan: Kanonji kanei tsuho
Japan: New 2014 Coins to Commemorate Shinkansen Bullet Train
Japan: New Issues for 2014
Japan: No 1 Yen Coins Anymore?

Japanese 500 yen commemorative coins circulate?
Japanese 500 Yen 'Prefecture' Series
Japanese 50-yen pieces
Japanese Chogan bunsei coin?
Japanese fantasy token, what are the symbols?
Japanese Mint Set (1989)
Japanese Mon with unknown mark on reverse
Japanese year identification and Emperor identification. 2 Sen coin.

Nagasaki Trade Coin; Gen Ho Tsu Ho - 1659 - 1667
Record price Japanese coin
Some Japanese Coins
Some tougher Japanese coins
Two 19th century Japanese coins dated
Years on Japanese coins

 
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