G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62    G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62

G003 Up for sale is a very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold coin PCGS MS62. Central Mint gold ingot was commonly known as Yellow fish during the Republic period in the 40s. To curb inflation the Government started to sell gold, holding gold deposit, withdraw legal tender, tame prices. In August 1945, the gold deposits coming due, the Government ordered the Central Mint production of gold in order to meet the needs of gold to cash.
The Central Mint imported raw gold bar from the United States to mint the gold ingot in one mace, 2 mace, 5 mace, one tael, 3 tael, 5 tael and 10 tael sizes. After the founding of new China, mainland China retained factory will be reclaimed by the Bank that doesn't melt, but there is also a bar of melted into jewelry, today's Republic of Central Mint production of gold bars number surviving is very rare. Because these gold taels were issued by the authority to cast, has an important historical research and collection value, hence more and more popular in the coin collecting market.
Only the one mace, 2 mace, 5 mace, one teal were put into the market for circulation. 5 tael and 10 tael only minted very small number and never put into circulation mainly used for military expenditures related to high prices. These gold taels are very hard to find because most of them were melted by the mint and the business merchants. In 2011 a 5 tael gold without Dr. A famous American coin collector DR. This gold 5 tael is 30 x 71 X 4 mm; 156.42 gms. Sun Yat-sen left, ancient spade behind, six characters below in a single row in cartouche; Reverse: Two columns of three characters each. Three rows of numbers to right indicating serial # CD 27972, fineness 991.0 and weight in Taels 5.006. Hallmark in lower right corner. Moderate contact marks and light hairlines.
No Return for any graded coin. The item "G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62" is in sale since Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Asia\China\Empire (up to 1948)". The seller is "888eight" and is located in Oakland, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Region: Asia
  • Type: Coin
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: China
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Grade: MS 62
  • Year: 1945
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Gold

G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62    G003 Very rare 1945 China Republic Central Mint 5 Tael Gold Coin PCGS MS62