1868-69 Japan Edo Period Gold Samurai Ingot "Ni-bu" (2 BU), Meiji Emperor, UNC / Rare - Emporium Antiquities
1868-69 Japan Edo Period Gold Samurai Ingot "Ni-bu" (2 BU), Meiji Emperor, UNC / Rare - Emporium Antiquities
1868-69 Japan Edo Period Gold Samurai Ingot "Ni-bu" (2 BU), Meiji Emperor, UNC / Rare - Emporium Antiquities
1868-69 Japan Edo Period Gold Samurai Ingot "Ni-bu" (2 BU), Meiji Emperor, UNC / Rare - Emporium Antiquities

1868-69 Japan Edo Period Gold Samurai Ingot "Ni-bu" (2 BU), Meiji Emperor, UNC / Rare

$168.00

We have here on offer, the 1868-69 Gold Ingot used during the rule of Meiji Emperor (Mutsuhito).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emperor_Meiji

It has a denomination of 2 BU (Ni-bu) NI-BU (2 BU).

Beautiful, and in uncirculated condition, this gold ingot used during the period of Samurai (military-nobility) era.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samurai

The item is more than 150+ Years old! And was minted in the ancient capital of Edo (Tokyo now). It has a good size of 17 x 11 mm.

Its authenticity is guaranteed for life! This is a rather rare piece and is hard to come by.

This historical collector's rarity can be yours today!

Please feel free to email any questions - emporium.antiquities@gmail.com

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Obverse

  • Kiri crests top and bottom, in the center the value
  • Lettering: 分 二
  • Translation: 2 Bu
  • Engraver: Shozaburo Mitsutsugu

Reverse

  • Characters for the Mint Official and his signature
  • Lettering: 
  • Translation: Mitsutsugu
  • Engraver: Shozaburo Mitsutsugu

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