PCGS-Certified Rare, Experimental Chinese Coins In November 2015 Ginza Coins Auction

Rare Chinese and Japanese coins certified for authenticity and grade by Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGSasia.com) will be offered by Ginza Coins (http://ginzacoins.co.jp/) in an auction on 7 November 2015 in Tokyo, Japan.

Among the coins in the auction will be seven 1936 experimental copper coins made at the Tientsin Mint in the 25th year of the Republic of China (1936) under orders of General Sung Cheh-Yuan.

The coins are P1 mei, graded PCGS Secure SP64RB; P2 mei, PCGS Secure SP64RB; P5 mei, PCGS Secure SP64RB; P10 mei, PCGS Secure SP64RB; P50 mei, PCGS Secure SP63RB; 1 fen, PCGS Secure SP64RB, and 20 cash, PCGS Secure SP63RB. 

1936 P50MEIThe full auction catalog can be seen online at http://ginzacoins.co.jp/catalog/auction/merged.pdf.

The coins can be seen in person now until 6 November at Ginza Coins office in Tokyo and on the day of the auction, 7 November, in the Kiku Room of the Tokyo Imperial Hotel.  The auction will be held on 7 November in the Botan Room of the hotel.

For additional information about the auction, contact Ginza Coins Auction in Tokyo by telephone at 81 03 3573 1960 or by email at [email protected].

Founded in 1986 by distinguished numismatic experts, Professional Coin Grading Service has offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Paris and the United States and has graded more than 31 million coins with a combined value of more than US$29 billion. 

For additional information about PCGS and its services in Asia, visit www.PCGSasia.com, email [email protected] or call the PCGS Hong Kong offices at +852 2194 6688.