This is a ancient Chinese coins used in Qing Dynasty, Shun Zhi reign. Four Chinese characters "Shun Zhi Tong Bao" showed on the coins. It is said to put these Chinese coins into the purse, wallet, or handbag can attract wealth luck for feng shui wealth.
The Qing ( meaning 'pure ' ) Dynasty ( 1644 - 1912 ), also known as Ch'ing or Manchu, was the last of the Chinese dynasties. During the Qing period, imperial China reached its zenith of power and influence with a population growth from 150,000,000 to 450,000,000. The Qing extended China's borders farther than they had ever been before, and perfected the imperial system.
There were 12 rulers of Qing Dynasty. From the Emperor Nurhachi built the Manchu state (which located at North East of China) titled as "Tian Ming" outside the Shanhaiguan Pass in Year 1616 to the last Emperor Xuan Tong abdicated in Year 1911. The Qing Dynasty issued coins all long in every reign with varied coinages.
In the initial period before the Shun Zhi reign (the third ruler of Qing Dynasty), the coins coinage were imitated the styles of the former dynasty Ming. After Shun Zhi Emperor entered the Shanhaiguan in 1644, the coin style for one dollar had five versions: the first was with a blank reverse; the second was with a Chinese character on the reverse which showed the name of the mint or the place where the coin was made; the third was made in 1653 (the 10th year of Shun Zhi) with legend ??Yi Li?? indicating the value in silver; the fourth was issued by Bao Chuan and Bao Yuan mint in 1657(14th year) with the Manchu characters of Bao Chuan and Bao Yuan; the last was made in 1660(17th year) with both Chinese and Manchu characters.
Chinese coins used in the Qing Dynasty.
Reign title: Shun Zhi
Bless you safe and good luck
Chinese coins essentially represent auspicious money luck
Made of brassthe price is 10pcs size:1"1/2 Preparation time: 2-3 working days