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An example of products targeted for purchase of Japanese stamps and Chinese stamps


Tensho large gold

​ Toyotomi Hideyoshi ordered the casting, and it is said to be the first large format in Japan. The purchase price is hundreds of thousands or more because it is a very valuable large format.


Keicho large size gold

A large format issued from the early Edo period, it is famous as a currency that symbolizes the unification of the world by Ieyasu Tokugawa. It is classified into about 8 types, and among them, the Keicho Sasasho large-sized gold can be expected to be quite expensive.


Genroku large format money

Large format issued in 1695. It looks whitish because the gold content is low, but the purchase price is about several hundred thousand yen because the number of existing gold is small.


Masanori Ichibuban

The Masanori Ichibuban has a distribution period of only 4 months and is recognized for its particularly high rarity value. Therefore, the purchase price may amount to hundreds of thousands of yen.


​Chogin / Mameitagin

A currency that has been used for hundreds of years as a weighing currency. The purchase price varies depending on the time when it was cast, as in the case of Oval, but some can cost tens of thousands of yen.


Ancient Chinese coins

​ In addition to Japanese old coins, we also buy Chinese old coins at a high price. However, since there are so many forgery, it is necessary for an expert to judge the authenticity.


Genroku Oval Gold

Most are crushed and few are extant. It is the rarest oval gold in the Edo period. Therefore, the purchase price is said to be hundreds of thousands or more.


Keicho Ichibuban

It was cast by Ieyasu along with Keicho large format and oval format. It is still very popular and the purchase price is overwhelmingly higher than other gold coins.


Genroku Ichibuban

​ Like the oval coin, it is a phantom gold coin with the fewest remaining number in the Edo period. Therefore, the purchase price is over tens of thousands of yen.


Kyoho large format money

​1725 Large format issued in 1725. The better the characters written on the table are (not rewritten) as they were when they were first issued, the higher the purchase price.


Mannobu large size money

The last large-sized gold in the Edo period. Until now, the large format was used for the purpose of rewards, etc., but it was also used as a currency. The purchase price is about several hundred thousand yen.


Keicho Oval Gold

The gold content is higher than other oval coins, and it is very valuable because it is an oval coin in the early Edo period. The purchase price is over hundreds of thousands of yen.

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