Ancient coin stockpile discovered in northern China

01/2/2013 | United Press International

Chinese archaeologists found 7,700 pounds of ancient coins and more than 100 coin-casting molds in the ancient town of Huoluochaideng, which is in today's Inner Mongolia region. Most of the find was "Huoquan" coins, used during the Han Dynasty from 202 B.C. to 220 A.D., while the molds date to 156 B.C. to 87 B.C., one researchers said.

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