1940 Small Copper-Nickel Coin China Under Japanese Occupation Manchukuo One Chiao or 10 Fen NGC AU 58 Emperor K'ang-te
Description: A nice about uncirculated copper-nickel small coin from China during the Japanese occupation. This is the 1940 one Chiao or 10 Fen coin issued in Manchukuo by the Japanese authority under the rule of the puppet emperor K'ang-te. This rare coin is graded as AU 58 by NGC and comes in a plastic slab that is labeled as such. The coin shows two horse heads with wings under them and Chinese characters along the edge of the obverse. The reverse shows a stylized Japanese sun rise with the denomination in the center and the national symbol above it. The coin has a reeded edge. The coin lightly toned and has great eye appeal. This is KM Y#10 and is ~20 mm in diameter. Please carefully review the scan presented as it is part and parcel of our description.
Mint: Manchukuo, China.
Size and Weight: This is a one Chiao or 10 Fen, which is approximately 20 mm in diameter and is made of copper-nickel alloy.
References: It is KM #Y10.
Condition: The coin is graded as About Uncirculated AU 58 by NGC and comes in a plastic slab that is labeled as such. It is beautiful, shows quite a bit of detail and has light wear commensurate with its age and about circulated status. A great coin to add to your collection. Please see photo for additional condition information.