A rectangular coin? Japanese are very precise people and hand cut these coins into rectangles because it was more efficient and there was no waste. Only culture known to have rectangular coins during the era of the Samurai. Makes sense doesn't it? We designed this so you can wear either side depending on your mood.
- Denomination: Isshu Gin
- Obverse: Kanji translates to one unit of silver
- Reverse: Kanji translates to mint, silver is stable, period of the Emperor
- Date: 1837-1868
- Mint: Ginza, Japan
Dimensions: 26mm x 18mm
- Setting: Handcrafted in 14K gold. Chain sold separately
Certificate of Authenticity with photo specific images included.
INV #: MD1387