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A bronze coin (5 Shu, ??) of the en:Han Dynasty (China) - circa 1st century BCE. The most mass circulated coin in Han China.

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Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is (was) here * 03:07, 16 October 2005 [[:en:User:Randy Benzie|Randy Benzie]] 538×530 (57,813 bytes) <span class="comment">(From the private collection of Randy Benzie)</span> * 02:56, 16 October 2005 [[:en:User:Randy Benzie|Randy Benzie]] 538×530 (54,157 bytes) <span class="comment">(From the private collection of Randy Benzie)</span>

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