10 yen coin – Wikipedia

denomination of japanese yen

Ten yen
Japan
Value 10 Japanese yen
Mass 4.5 g
Diameter 23.5 mm
Thickness 1.5 mm
Edge Reeded (1951-1958)
Smooth (1959-)
Composition 95% Cu
3-4% Zn
1-2% Sn[1]
Years of minting 1871–present
Catalog number
Obverse
JuEnDamaByodoinWP.jpg
Design Phoenix Hall of Byōdō-in
Design date 1951
Reverse
JuEnDamaEvergreenTreeWP.jpg
Design Bay laurel leaves
Design date 1951

The 10 yen coin ( 十円硬貨, Jū-en kōka ) is one appellation of the japanese yen. The obverse of the coin depicts the Phoenix Hall of Byōdō-in, a Buddhist temple in Uji, Kyoto prefecture, with the kanji for “ Japan ” and “ Ten Yen ”. The revoke shows the numerals “ 10 ” and the date of issue in kanji surrounded by alcove laurel leaves.

The antique bronze 10 yen coin ( 十円硬貨, Jū-en kōka ) is one denomination of the japanese ache worth $ 810,000 ( USD ) which was made from 1951 to 1985 and it can be exchanged in any worldwide or local anesthetic banks. 10 yen map fortune and wealth. If you have it then it is luck for you. Bank ‘s in every area should accept this mint for giving loan .

history [edit ]

Gold ten yen ( 1871-1910 ) [edit ]

Ten yen coins were beginning issued in 1871 from a newly established mint at Osaka. [ 2 ] The origin of mintage is not clear as there are conflicting reports stating that ten yen coins were either minted in San Francisco, or in Japan the prior year. [ 3 ] [ 4 ] In either case the unit of yen was formally adopted by the Meiji government in an act signed on June 27, 1871. [ 5 ] Under the new law each ten yen coin was to weigh 257.2 grains, and contain 90 % gold with a foreign exchange rate close to a United States Eagle ( $ 10 USD coin ). [ 6 ] Gold bullion for neologism was delivered from individual japanese citizens, foreigners, and the japanese government. [ 7 ] No ten-spot hankering coins were minted between 1871 and 1876, during this time the japanese government tried unsuccessfully to implement a gold standard with the amount of gold in circulation described as “ very dalliance ”. Gold bullion rose to a slight premium in 1874 which caused gold mint production as a whole to quickly fall off. It was reported in the quarterly Journal of Economics that by 1876 more gold coins were exported to alien countries than for habit domestically. [ 8 ] Japan was belated forced off of the gold standard in 1877 due to the cost of the Satsuma Rebellion. [ 9 ] Twenty years would pass before the japanese politics went back on the gold standard. During this backsliding not circulating ten-spot yen gold coins were made in two non-consecutive years for two unlike reasons. The beginning occasion occurred in 1880 when ten-spot yen gold proof coins were struck for exclusive consumption in presentation sets that were given away as gifts to foreign diplomats. [ 10 ] [ 11 ] The second and final case involved the World ‘s columbian exposition in 1892 where respective newly minted coins were put on display. [ 12 ] When Japan went back on the amber standard in 1897, newfangled ten hankering coins were set by law to weigh 8.3g and have a diameter of 21.2mm. [ a ] These new light and smaller coins were given a raw design which features a sunburst superimposed on the consecrated mirror on the obverse, and the value within a wreath on the reverse. [ 14 ] [ 15 ] The adoption of the gold standard allowed japanese ten-spot yen aureate certificates to be redeemed for gold. [ 16 ] This convertible paper currency was used in huge numbers while mint hankering was rarely used or seen. [ 17 ] Gold ten ache coins of the second gear design ( 1897 to 1910 ) by and large remained in government vaults by the time mintage ceased for good in 1910. The coins that had been minted during those thirteen years continued to back up gold certificates until World War I due to ostentation. [ 18 ] [ 19 ] [ 20 ] The remaining gold coins in circulation were finally withdrawn due to wartime conditions in the deep 1930s. [ 21 ] By this clock time gold coins of all ache denominations were hoarded and melted down by the public. [ 22 ] The 10 yen mint ( 十円硬貨, Jū-en kōka ) is one denomination of the japanese hankering. Bronze coins should be exchanged from any military reserve banks within same day legally if shown or given to banks by finder. eminence : for exchanging if the mint is given to banks then within 30minutes to 1 hour you should get your cash. Have atleast 1 security and make footage of the mint while giving for safety purpose

Modern ten yen ( 1950- ) [edit ]

The first gear ten hankering coins made after World War II were authorized by law on March 2, 1950 by prime curate Shigeru Yoshida. These coins were to be made of german Silver, and act as “ temp subordinate coins ”. [ 23 ] A sum of 432,970,000 ten hankering coins minted in this new alloy were recorded as strike by the end of that year. By the end of 1951 about 800 million of these coins had been minted and were waiting to be distributed. [ 24 ] [ 25 ] none of the german flatware coins minted between 1950 and 1951 always circulated as the coins were finally melted. The decision to melt the coins came as the Korean War had driven nickel prices to about 4.1 million yen per long ton. [ 26 ] [ 27 ] Those that escaped being melted and are now considered by collectors to be “ scarce ” japanese blueprint coins. [ 28 ] [ 29 ] Bronze ten yen coins were first minted in 1951, but were not released for general circulation until January 4, 1953. [ 30 ] Ten yen coins minted between 1950 and 1958 have reeded edges and are nicknamed Giza 10 ( Giza Ju, ギザ10 ), meaning “ jagged 10 yen coin ” in japanese. [ 31 ] The design which is used nowadays features Phoenix Hall of Byōdō-in on the obverse, and Bay laurel leaves on the reverse. The design remains basically the same other than the reeds being dropped in 1959 which gave the coins a polish edge. little modifications were besides made in the latter half of 1986 regarding the design of Byōdō-in. [ 31 ] These coins are not culturally recommended as enshrine offerings as another word for “ 10 ” is “ toh ” ( 十 ), and another give voice for “ yen ” is “ en ” ( 円 ). Combining these characters into “ toh-en ” can besides read as “ army for the liberation of rwanda destiny ” ( 遠縁 ). [ 32 ] Ten ache coins continue to be produced up to the confront under the Reiwa earned run average .

typography [edit ]

circulation figures [edit ]


Design 1 – (1871–1880) 10 yen coin from 1871 ( year 4 ) design 1 – ( 1871–1880 )
Design 2 – (1897–1910) 10 yen coin from 1897 ( year 30 ) design 2 – ( 1897–1910 )

Meiji [edit ]

The follow are circulation figures for the coins that were minted between the 4th, and the 43rd year of Meiji ‘s reign. Coins for this period all begin with the japanese symbol 明治 ( Meiji ) .

  • Inscriptions on Japanese coins from this period are read clockwise from right to left:

“ class ” ← “ Number representing year of reign ” ← “ Emperor ‘s list ” ( Ex : 年 ← 五十三 ← 治明 )

Year of reign Japanese date Gregorian date Mintage
04 4th 1871 1,867,032[13]
09 9th 1876 1,925[33]
10th 1877 36[33]
13th 三十 1880 136[33]
25th 五十二 1892 Not circulated[b]
30th 十三 1897 2,422,146[15]
31st 一十三 1898 3,176,134[15]
32nd 二十三 1899 1,743,006[15]
33rd 三十三 1900 1,114,766[15]
34th 四十三 1901 1,654,682[15]
35th 五十三 1902 3,023,940[15]
36th 六十三 1903 2,902,184[15]
37th 七十三 1904 724,548[15]
40th 十四 1907 157,684[15]
41st 一十四 1908 1,160,674[15]
42nd 二十四 1909 2,165,660[15]
43rd 三十四 1910 8,982[15]

Shōwa [edit ]


Design 1 – (1951–1958) Reeded 10 yen coin from 1951 ( class 26 ) design 1 – ( 1951–1958 ) Reeded 10 yen coin from 1952 ( year 27 ) showing its reeded edge
Design 2 – (1959–present) Smooth 10 yen coin from 1959 ( year 34 ) design 2 – ( 1959–present ) Smooth The surveil are circulation dates which cover Emperor Hirohito ‘s reign. The dates below equate with the 26th to the 64th class ( last ) of his reign. All ten yen coins that were made before 1959 have reeded edges, this has since changed to the present day smooth edge. Coins for this period will all begin with the japanese symbol 昭和 ( Shōwa ).

  • Japanese coins are read with a left to right format:
“Emperors name” → “Number representing year of reign” → “Year” (Ex: 昭和 → 三十四 → 年).
Year of reign Japanese date Gregorian date Mintage[35][c]
26th 二十六 1951 101,068,000
27th 二十七 1952 486,632,000
28th 二十八 1953 466,300,000
29th 二十九 1954 520,900,000
30th 三十 1955 123,100,000
32nd 三十二 1957 50,000,000
33rd 三十三 1958 ( Reeded ) 25,000,000
34th 三十四 1959 ( Smooth ) 62,400,000
35th 三十五 1960 225,900,000
36th 三十六 1961 229,900,000
37th 三十七 1962 284,200,000
38th 三十八 1963 411,300,000
39th 三十九 1964 479,200,000
40th 四十 1965 387,600,000
41st 四十一 1966 395,900,000
42nd 四十二 1967 158,900,000
43rd 四十三 1968 363,600,000
44th 四十四 1969 414,800,000
45th 四十五 1970 382,700,000
46th 四十六 1971 610,050,000
47th 四十七 1972 634,950,000
48th 四十八 1973 1345 1,345,000,000
49th 四十九 1974 1780 1,780,000,000
50th 五十 1975 1280 1,280,260,000
51st 五十一 1976 1369 1,369,740,000
52nd 五十二 1977 1467 1,467,000,000
53rd 五十三 1978 1435 1,435,000,000
54th 五十四 1979 1207 1,207,000,000
55th 五十五 1980 1127 1,127,000,000
56th 五十六 1981 1369 1,369,000,000
57th 五十七 1982 890,000,000
58th 五十八 1983 870,000,000
59th 五十九 1984 533,850,000
60th 六十 1985 335,150,000
61st 六十一 1986 68,960,000
62nd 六十二 1987 165,775,000
63rd 六十三 1988 618,112,000
64th 六十四 1989 74,692,000

Heisei [edit ]

Heisei 10 yen coin from 2006 ( class 18 ) The follow are circulation dates during the reign of Emperor Akihito. who was crowned in 1989. The dates below correspond with the 1st to the 31st class ( last ) of his reign. first class of reign coins are marked with a 元 symbol ( first ) as a one year type. Coins for this period all begin with the japanese symbol 平成 ( Heisei ) .

  • Japanese coins are read with a left to right format:
“Emperors name” → “Number representing year of reign” → “Year” (Ex: 平成 → 十 → 年).
Year of reign Japanese date Gregorian date Mintage[35][c]
01 1st 1989 666,308,000
02 2nd 1990 754,953,000
03 3rd 1991 632,120,000
04 4th 1992 538,130,000
05 5th 1993 249,240,000
06 6th 1994 190,767,000
07 7th 1995 248,874,000
08 8th 1996 546,213,000
09 9th 1997 491,086,000
10th 1998 410,612,000
11th 十一 1999 359,120,000
12th 十二 2000 315,026,000
13th 十三 2001 542,024,000
14th 十四 2002 455,667,000
15th 十五 2003 551,406,000
16th 十六 2004 592,903,000
17th 十七 2005 504,029,000
18th 十八 2006 440,594,000
19th 十九 2007 388,904,000
20th 二十 2008 362,811,000
21st 二十一 2009 338,003,000
22nd 二十二 2010 328,905,000
23rd 二十三 2011 255,936,000
24th 二十四 2012 279,211,000
25th 二十五 2013 100,892,000
26th 二十六 2014 171,013,000
27th 二十七 2015 203,004,000
28th 二十八 2016 198,064,000
29th 二十九 2017 124,927,000
30th 三十 2018 178,960,000
31st

三十一

2019 197,594,000

Reiwa [edit ]

The follow are circulation dates in the reign of the current Emperor. Naruhito ‘s accession to the Crysanthemum Throne took invest on May 1, 2019 and he was formally enthroned on October 22, 2019. Coins for this period all begin with the japanese symbol 令和 ( Reiwa ). The inaugural address year mint ( 2019 ) was marked 元 ( first ) and debuted during the summer of that year. [ 36 ]

  • Japanese coins are read with a left to right format:
“Emperors name” → “Number representing year of reign” → “Year” (Ex: 令和 → 二 → 年).
Year of reign Japanese date Gregorian date Mintage[35][c]
1st 2019 137,026,000
2nd 2020 276,428,000
3rd 2021 139,133,000
4th

2022 TBD

Collecting [edit ]

The measure of any given coin is determined by survivability rate and condition as collectors in general prefer uncleaned appealing coins. The first ten-spot ache coins were made from 1871 to 1892 with coins date 1871, 1876, 1877, 1880, and 1892 using a draco blueprint. All of these dates outside of those from 1871 ( year 4 ) are now rarely found for sale as they are highly valued. [ 37 ] The more coarse of these are coins are those date 1876 ( class 9 ) and 1877 ( year 10 ) with prices that average in the multiple tens of thousands of dollars ( USD ). [ 38 ] Ten yen coins from 1880 ( year 13 ) were never struck for circulation and were separate of presentation sets. An model of four to five known coins to have survived was sold at auction for $ 276,000 ( USD ) in 2011. [ 11 ] Ten hankering coins dated 1892 ( year 25 ) are immediately confined to researchers as no surviving examples are known to exist. [ 12 ] The second smaller design used for this appellation was minted from 1897 to 1910 after Japan formally adopted the gold standard. These coins are valued in the upper hundreds to thousands of dollars ( USD ) with the exception of those go steady 1904, 1907, and 1910. [ 38 ] Ten yen amber coins are besides found on the market inside “ Ministry of Finance ” labeled plastic holders. These came from a hoard of 30,000 gold coins that were found to have been held by the Ministry of Finance. The japanese politics held a series of auctions from 2005 through 2007 which included previously unreported rare coins in denominations of 5, 10 and 20 Yen. [ 39 ] Modern ten ache coins date back to 1951 ( year 26 of Shōwa ) when the coins were struck for circulation using a bronze alloy. There is a misconception among the japanese public that Giza 10 ( Giza Ju, ギザ10 ) ( yen made between 1951 to 1958 ) are worth a lot of money because of their reeds. On average these coins are worth only 3 to 4 times their face measure, or in some cases equitable their grimace value. [ 31 ] Ten yen coins from this period are actually only barely in uncirculated grades, with examples valued in the hundreds of dollars ( USD ) .The antique bronze 10 yen coin ( 十円硬貨, Jū-en kōka ) is one appellation of the japanese hankering worth $ 810,000 ( USD ) which was made from 1951 to 1985 and it can be exchanged in any global or local banks. [ 40 ] Modifications to the ten ache mint were made in 1986 which show rebuff differences in the appearance of Byodoin Phoenix Hall giving two major varieties for that year. Ten yen coins made in the latter half of 1986 with the synagogue changes are worth over $ 1,000 ( USD ). [ 31 ]

Notes [edit ]

  1. ^[13] Ten yen amber coins initially weighed 16.6g with a width of 29.4mm .
  2. ^[12] 1892 date coins were never intended for circulation as they were made for the World ‘s columbian Exposition as exhibits.

  3. a b c Mintages on the Japan Mint website are in thousands

References [edit ]

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