Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

Explore 1722, Mayan, and more!

Cinco de Mayo/Mayan Riches: MAR-1722, All languages

A 'Kang Xi Tong Bao' (康熙通寶) 1 cash coin cast during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722 AD). The reverse side of this coin features the mint name in Manchu (left side) and in Chinese (right side) which shows the Chinese character 'Yuan'(原), indicating this coin was cast at the 'Taiyuan' Mint located in Shanxi Province. Both sides of this coin still bear the original filing marks indicating this coin was not in general circulation very long. 28mm in size; 5 grams in weight. S-1429.

A Chinese twelve-panel Coromandel lacquer screen. Qing dynasty, Kangxi period (1661-1722), a hinged 12-panel screen of black lacquer over wood, polychrome enameled to one face with a classical palace scene depicting dignitaries approaching the interior castle walls while the battle of famous Tang Dynasty General Guo Ziyi (697-781 AD) unfolds outside. Estimate: $60,000- $80,000

Obverse side of a 'Kang Xi Tong Bao' (康熙通寶) 1 cash coin cast during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722 AD). The reverse side of this coin features the mint name in Manchu (left side) and in Chinese (right) with the Chinese character 'Yuan'(原), indicating this coin was cast at the 'Taiyuan' Mint located in Shanxi Province. Both sides of this coin still bear the original filing marks indicating this coin was in general circulation a very short time. 28mm in size; 5 grams in weight…

Reverse side of a 'Kang Xi Tong Bao' (康熙通寶) 1 cash coin cast during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722 AD). The reverse side of this coin features the mint name in Manchu (left side) and in Chinese (right) with the Chinese character 'Yuan'(原), indicating this coin was cast at the 'Taiyuan' Mint located in Shanxi Province. Both sides of this coin still bear the original filing marks indicating this coin was in general circulation a very short time. 28mm in size; 5 grams in weight…

Dynasty The Hotaki or Ghilzay Afghan Shahs of Iran, 1135-1169 H/1722-1755 AD

Dynasty The Hotaki or Ghilzay Afghan Shahs of Iran, 1135-1169 H/1722-1755 AD