Last Coins of the Samurai five coin bracelet with small silver rectangular coins minted in the mid-1800s. Japan was the only culture that circulated rectangular coins. The single line of kanji (Japanese characters) is the denomination of the coin, the reverse provides information of time period, quality of the metal and mint. A simple and eye catching design.
Our original custom design by setting the coins vertically creates an eye-catching design. We alternated the obverse and reverse of the coin to display both sides.
Denomination: Isshu Gin
Obverse: Translates to one-quarter unit of silver
Reverse: Translates to mint, silver is stable and time period of the Emperor
Setting: Handcrafted in 14K gold. Length 7 inches. Bracelet can be lengthened.
Certificates of Authenticity for each coin with photo specific images included.