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Bunkyu Eiho 4 Mon
Denominated as 4 mon, these Bunkyu Eiho coins mean "Eternal Treasure of the Bunkyu Era," according to Hartill. Cast from March of 1863 until 1868, they have 11 waves on the back, as with the Kanei Tsuho 4 Mon. Three main varieties exist (the names are also according to Hartill): Shin Bun (normal script), So Bun (cursive script) and Ryaku Ho (abbreviated Ho). Many minor varieties exist, and as with the 100 Mon, specialized Japanese works have been created solely on these Bunkyu Eiho.

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Catalog Number Inventory Number Shipping Weight Price Notes
Bunkyu Eiho - March 1863 to 1868
Coin Picture H5.15-20 I1H75 0.6oz Sold for $4.49 Set of the three major varieties: So Bun, Shin Bun and Ryaku Ho (see above)
Coin Picture H5.15-20 I1H76 0.6oz Sold for $4 Set of the three major varieties: So Bun, Shin Bun and Ryaku Ho (see above)
Coin Picture H5.15-20 I1H77 0.6oz $4 Set of the three major varieties: So Bun, Shin Bun and Ryaku Ho (see above)
Coin Picture H5.15-20 I1H16 0.2oz each $0.7 9 available. Price is for one coin! Not for picking! Minimum order required for these coins is $10 (because of shipping costs). Bunkyu Eiho with problems (holes, cracks, etc.).
Coin Picture H5.15 I1H55 0.2oz $1.5 Normal script (Shin Bun) and normally-sized characters
Coin Picture H5.16 I1H56 0.2oz $1.5 Normal script (Shin Bun) and small characters
Coin Picture H5.17 I1H49 0.2oz $1.5 Cursive script (So Bun) and thick rim on hole
Coin Picture H5.18 I1H45 0.2oz $1.5 Cursive script (So Bun) and thin rim on hole
Coin Picture H5.20 I1H38 0.2oz $1.5 Abbreviated Ho (Ryaku Ho) and thin rim on hole