Round copper coin of ten cash, minted in Tianjin province in commemoration of the establishment of the Republic of China in 1912. On the obverse is the design of the iron-and-blood 18-star flag and the five-colour flag crossed at the centre, surrounded by Chinese inscriptions 'Zhong Hua Min Guo' meaning 'the Republic of China' above, and 'kai guo ji nian' meaning 'commemorating the establishment of a state' at the bottom. On the reverse, at the centre, is the Chinese inscription 'ten cash' flanked by a wheat plant within a beaded circle. It is surrounded by the English inscriptions 'The Republic of China' above, and 'Ten Cash'at the bottom with two stylised seven-dotted flowers in- between.
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