2 edition of lead and tin coins of Pegu and Tenasserim found in the catalog.
lead and tin coins of Pegu and Tenasserim
Bibliography: leaves 80-83
|Statement||by M. Robinson|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 83 leaves, 23 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||83|
Tala (Twante), Srikestra. Coins with Hindu Symbols of badapita, conch, moon, srivatsa, sun, swastika, vagra, etc. They had their origin in Funan made in about 2nd century AD. They cannot therefore be truthfully called Pyu coins. Using this route., a Funan army invaded the Pyu land and occupied Visnu Old Town during AD Catalogue of Coins in Phayre Provincial Museum. Reportof Superintendent, Archaeoligical Survey, Burma, fortheyears ,, and From Akbar to Aurangzebe. Moreland. History of the Portuguese in Bengal. Campos. Coins of Arakan, of Pegu and of .
BURMA (). Union of Burma. Pyidaungzu Myanma Naingngandaw. COUNTRY OVERVIEW LOCATION AND SIZE. Situated between Indian and Thailand, Burma is a southeast Asian the borders of India and China in the north, the country extends into the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal in the south. The country also shares borders with Laos and ly smaller than the state of . The nearest to the land of Pegu, to Martaban, is Tenasserim (Tenaçarj) and then Junkseylon (Juncalom) and then Trang (Terrãm) and Kedah (Quedua), and it is a port of the kingdom of Kedah which is tributary to it. And from Kedah to Malacca they are all tin places, as we have already said in the kingdom and district of Malacca.
Myanmar is divided into four topographic regions: a mountainous area in the north and west, ranging from about 1, – 6, m (6, – 20, ft) in altitude, and including the Arakan coastal strip between the Arakan Yoma mountain range and the Bay of Bengal; the Shan Highlands in the east, a deeply dissected plateau averaging m (2, The Four Paladins defeated the Khmer army, and Tenasserim became part of Pagan Empire from then on. In the early s, Kyansittha was called into service to defend Pegu (Bago) against the raiders from the direction of Chiang Mai_(ဂြ်မ္းစစ္သည္ / Khmer warriors). The Pagan army easily drove out the raiders.
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There is apparently a book named "The lead and tin coins of Pegu and Tenasserim" written by M. Robinson, maybe someone here has it and could help me.
Thanks Traducteur catalogue: n'hésitez pas à me demander de traduire une fiche. The lead and tin coins of Pegu and Tenasserim by Robinson, M.,M. Robinson edition, in EnglishPages: tenasserim Download tenasserim or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get tenasserim book now.
This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The Lead And Tin Coins Of Pegu And Tenasserim. Author by: Michael Robinson Languange: en Publisher by. The so-called "coins" of Tennaserim-Pegu were used for various daily transactions, but wasn't really an official coinage from any particular government.
The authority on this series is Robinson who wrote: The Lead and Tin Coins of Pegu and Tenasserim The particular coin that Loong Siew mentions is rare and a difficult piece to find.
BURMA: TENASSERIM-PEGU: Anonymous, 17thth century, tin/lead coinage, Mitch, Robinson-plate 6, No. 1, Hantha (duck-like bird) / remnants of medieval Burma-Mon script, Very Fine, RR. This is the finest example we have handled of this rare type.
This book has been considered by academicians and scholars of great significance and value to literature. This forms a part of the knowledge base for future generations.
So that the book is never forgotten we have represented this book in a print format as the same form as it was originally first published. The Lead and Tin Coins of Pegu.
Buy The lead and tin coins of Pegu and Tenasserim by Robinson, M (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : M Robinson. Lead was used as money for many centuries in Burma, up until Most of these lead coins I have seen in seventeen visits to Burma have a bird on them.
I have seen less than five with a turtle so I think they are quite scarce. They are not even listed in The Lead and Tin Author: Hla Myaing.
PEGU: LOT of 47 tin/lead uniface tokens, all with the hintha bird on the obverse, as on Plate 2 of M. Robinson, The Lead and Tin Coins of Pegu and Tenasserim, 43 average examples (mostly F-VF condition) plus 4 damaged pieces; retail value $, lot of 47 pieces.
A fascinating study collection of different varieties. I originally put the coin on zeno where it's now listed under Tennaserim & Pegu zeno member frank added: very close to/same as Robinson( - The Lead and Tin Coins of Pegu and Tenasserim), zeno member frank added: p.
71, no. 1, plate 16(same size and weight), and among the miscellaneous pieces. Another time I found in a shop a very large lead coin 73 mm across and weighing 14 ounces. At that time I hadn’t seen M. Robinson’s book, The Lead Coins of Pegu and Tenasserim, so I didn’t know if it was a coin or a weight.
I bought it on speculation and it turned out to be a good buy. The Lead and Tin Coins of Pegu and Tenasserim Limited printing in-depth work on these uncommon Burmese series with 18 original glossy photo plates bound in.
Many items not published elsewhere. 88p+23pl, x11, sc,OP: NOT IN STOCK. They are not even listed in The Lead and Tin Coins of Pegu and Tenasserim by M. Robinson. US $ (62) 3-jul, ebay, neilsowards Ancient uniface.
I have two denominations of Burmese 'Two Fish' Coins but they are not in the database. 10 posts The other "lead" coin is most likely a lead/tin token from Tenasserim and Pegu. The standard book on these "coins" is Michael Robinson's The Coins and Banknotes of Burma.
I don't have the "rabbit" type coin, but I suspect it is this one. Stephen Album Rare Coins - Auct Lot TENASSERIM-PEGU: Anonymous, 17thth century, cast tin large coin (g), Robinsonvar (Plate ), 67mm, knotted dragon right with long protruding pointed tongue, 9 dots below the dragon // 3-line Burmese legend (somewhat carelessly engraved), bold fields, choice EF.
Among these are the primitive coins attributed to Pegu and Tenasserim. It is now believed that the earlier coins (c. AD) were those made from silver or sometimes bronze or gold.
There was then a hiatus, and the production of coins resumed in about AD when the earlier designs were copied or augmented in lead or tin designs. Full text of "History of Burma including Burma proper Pegu, Taungu, Tenasserim and Arakan, from the earliest time to the end of the first war with British India" See other formats.
Ports in Siam going towards Malacca on the Pegu side. The nearest to the land of Pegu, to Martaban, is Tenasserim (Tenaçarj) and then Junkseylon (Juncalom) and then Trang (Terrãm) and Kedah (Quedua), and it is a port of the kingdom of Kedah which is tributary to it.
And from Kedah to Malacca they are all tin places, as we have already said in. TENASSERIM-PEGU: Anonymous, 17thth century, cast large tin coin (g).
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TENASSERIM-PEGU: Anonymous, 17thth century, cast large tin coin (g), Robinson-Plate / type, 63mm, standard dragon // three-line legend type, apparently weakly cast, with the obverse somewhat erased (for the written legend), with a mantra written on both sides in Pali: an uncertain animal and a Burmese text in several lines // cabalistic square with the alphabets (a standard.Full text of "Burma, its people and productions; or, Notes on the fauna, flora, and minerals of Tenasserim, Pegu, and Burma" See other formats.The Book, "The Glass Palace Chronicle of the Kings of Burma" by Pe Maung Tin and is available online (with Athens login if it is accessed outside of University of Michigan) at American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) History E-Book Project.
- These are the chapters that I have based my searched on. Note sub chapters