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Augsburg_Kaiser_Joseph_II__Cu_Pfennig_1786_Vindelicorum_Kupfer_Pyr.jpg
11 viewsRmisch Deutsches Reich - Augsburg, Reichsstadt

Zeit Joseph II. 1765 - 1790



Pfennig 1786

Stadtpyr in Kartusche/Wertzahl,darunter Jahreszahl.

Erhaltung: Sehr schn.

Durchmesser: 16 mm

Gewicht: 1,9 g (Cu) _1989
Antonivs Protti
Lotharingiai_Ferenc_(_-1765_AD),_1kr,_1758,_U-1298a_H-1821_K-B_Q-001_0h_15,0mm_0,75g-s.jpg
055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-1 Kreuzer, U-1298a, H-1821, K-B/1758, #01112 views055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-1 Kreuzer, U-1298a, H-1821, K-B/1758, #01
Franc I. was also a Holy Roman Emperor and King in Germany.
avers: FRANCD:GRI SAGEIERREX, Emperor bust right, border of dots.
revers: IN TE DOMINE -1- SPERAVI 1758, Crowned two-headed eagle, shield on chest, mint-mark on each side, mark of value "1" below, border of dots.
diameter: 15,0mm, weight: 0,75g, axis: 0h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//1, Krmcbnya, (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1758 A.D., ref: Unger-3 1298a/1758, Huszar 1821/1758,
Q-001
quadrans
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055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-3 Kreuzer, U-1296a, H-1815, K-B/1765, #01110 views055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-3 Kreuzer, U-1296a, H-1815, K-B/1765, #01
Franc I. was also a Holy Roman Emperor and King in Germany.
avers: FRANCD:GRISAGEIERRLOBMHD, Emperor bust right, border of dots.
revers: IN THE DOMINE -3- SPERAVI 1765 X, Crowned two-headed eagle, shield on chest, mint-mark on each side, mark of value "3" below; border of dots.
diameter: 20,0mm, weight: 1,67g, axis: 0h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//3, Krmcbnya, (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1765 A.D., ref: Unger-3 1296a/1765, Huszar 1815/1765,
Q-001
quadrans
Lotharingiai_Ferenc_(_-1765_AD),_XVIIkr,_1765,_U-1291b_H-1803_K-B_Q-001_0h_28,0mm_5,92g-s.jpg
055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-XVII Kreuzer, U-1291b, H-1803, K-B/1765, #01107 views055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-XVII Kreuzer, U-1291b, H-1803, K-B/1765, #01
Franc I. was also a Holy Roman Emperor and King in Germany.
avers: FRANCD:GRISAGEIERRLOBMHD, Emperor bust right, border of dots.
revers: IN THE DOMINE -XVII- SPER AVI 1765 X, Crowned two-headed eagle, shield on chest, mint-mark on each side, mark of value XVII below; border of dots.
diameter: 28,0mm, weight: 5,92g, axis: 0h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//XVII, Krmcbnya, (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1765 A.D., ref: Unger-3 1291b/1765, Huszar 1803/1765,
Q-001
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55. Henry V.19 viewsGroat, London mint.
Obverse: +HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGLIE Z FRANC / Crowned bust, facing; mullet on right shoulder.
Reverse: +POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM CIVITAS LONDON / Lond cross with three pellets in each angle.
3.72 gm., 25 mm.
North #1367; Seaby #1765.

Classification: The identifying feature on this coin is the mullet on the right shoulder. That places it in "class C" in both North and Seaby.

Callimachus
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Antoninus Pius / Securitas 25 views140-145 AD
AE As (24mm, 10.66g)
O: Laureate head right; ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III.
R: Securitas standing left, holding long sceptre and leaning on column; SECVRITAS PVBLICA, S-C.
RIC III, 828 / BMC 1765-66
ex Francis J. Rath

1 commentsEnodia
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AUSTRIA - Francis I103 viewsAUSTRIA - Francis I (reigned with wife Maria Theresa 1740-1765) copper Kreuzer, 1762, Vienna mint. KM #2007. dpaul7
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AUSTRIA -- Francis I38 viewsAUSTRIA -- Francis I (1745-1765 ) Copper 1/2 Kreuzer, No Date. Kremnitz Mint. Obv.: BUst right, FRANC D. G. R . I. S . A . GE . I . REX . Rev.: 1/2 / K in cartouche. Reference: KM #2006dpaul7
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Austria, 1 Kreutser, 1765136 viewsObv:- M THERES D G R I G H B R A AUST, Bust of Maria Theresa right
Rev:- EIN / KREUTZER/ 1765 . / H within werath
Minted in Hermannstadt mint.

Part of a large, mixed world lot I bought on a whim.
maridvnvm
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BHM 0651. King George III enters the Fiftieth Year of his Reign, 1809.94 viewsObv. Draped of George III, wearing Order, left. KING GEORGE III . ASCENDED THE BRITISH THRONE . OCT . 25 1765. NATIONAL JUBILEE . OCT . 25 . 1809.
Rev. Angel seated upon clouds beneath rays amid attributes of Time, On ribbon above: 1760 GEORGE THE III REIGNS 1809, On ribbon below: LONG LIVE THE KING

White Metal 52mm. BHM 651

LordBest
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BRUNSWICK-WOLFENBUTTEL72 viewsBRUNSWICK-WOLFENBUTTEL - Karl I (1735-1780) AR 1/3 Thaler, 1765. Obv: Portrait of Karl I facing right. Reverse shows the iconic HORSE design for this area! Reference: KM #972.dpaul7
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Cilicia, Irenopolis, Domitian RPC 176541 viewsDomitian AD 81-96
AE 19, 3.7g
struck AD 93/84 (year BM = 42 of the era of Eirenopolis)
obv. KAICAR - DOMITIANOC
bust, laureate, r.
rev. Pax/Nemesis, nude to hips, advancing r., holding kerykeion downwards with l.
hand and pulling fold of garment to her chin with r. hand; wheel to her feet.
[BM in r. field]
RPC 1765; Karbach in JNG 42/43 (1992/3), p.99
rare, good F, nice style!
Pedigree:
ex Davisson auction 7, 1996, lot 125
1 commentsJochen
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COLOGNE - MAXIMILIAN FRIEDRICH138 viewsCOLOGNE - MAXIMILIAN FRIEDRICH (1761-1784) Cu. 1/4-Stuber. Obverse with crowned monogram; reverse with value and date 1765 in floreate cartouche. Reference: KM#161.dpaul7
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Domitian, AD 81-9650 viewsCILICIA, Irenopolis.

AE half assarion.

ΔOMITIANOC KAICAP, laureate head right / Nike (?) advancing right, holding winged caduceus; wheel at feet; in left field, star; in right field, MB (Year 42 = AD 92-93). Struck AD 92-93.

RPC II, 1765 var. (no star in rev. field); Lindgren, A1518A var. (no star in rev. field).
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German states. Prussia. Friederich II 1740 - 1786. .4370 silver 1/12 Thaler 1765-A.142 viewsGerman states. Prussia. Friederich II 1740 - 1786. .4370 silver 1/12 Thaler 1765-A. FRIDERICUS BORUSSORUM REX, bust right / 12 EINEN THALER 1765 A.

KM 18a
oneill6217
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Himera17 viewsSicily, Himera. 440-430/425 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.93 gm). Slow biga driven l. by charioteer crowned by Nike flying r. Ex: IMEPAION (retrograde) and cock walking l. / Nymph Himera holding patera over altar to l.; satyr to r. stdg below fountain w/ lions-head spout; ear of grain above. gVF. Boston MFA 254 (same dies); de Luynes 976 (same dies); Rizzo pl. XXI, 12 (same dies); Arnold-Biucchi, Monetazione, Group III, 15 (Q4/H12); Gutmann & Schwabacher 10; SNG Ashmolean 1765 (same dies). cf. HGC 2 #434 (crane in ex); Jenkins Sicily 30; CNG 100 #1268 & Triton XI #37 (same dies). Very rare. 4 commentsAnaximander
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Hungary. Maria Theresa of Austria 1740 - 1780. .583 Silver 20 Krajczar 1765-KB.89 viewsHungary. Maria Theresa of Austria 1740 - 1780. .583 Silver 20 Krajczar 1765-KB. M. THERESA. D: GR. IMP. GH. HU. BO. REG, bust right within wreath / PATRONA REGNI HUNGARIA 1765, Madonna seated on thrown facing, infant Jesus in her left arm, throne flanked by branches, value on mantle below.

KM 366.1
oneill6217
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India. Princely states. Indore. Ahalya Bai 1179 - 1210 A.H. (A.D. 1765 - 1795) Copper 1/2 Anna 1203 A.H. (1787 A.D.).16 viewsIndia. Princely states. Indore. Ahalya Bai 1179 - 1210 A.H. (A.D. 1765 - 1795) Copper 1/2 Anna 1203 A.H. (1787 A.D.). Lingham & Flywhisp.

Maheshwar mint.
KM 53
oneill6217
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Lucilla, Augusta c. 164 - 182 A.D.8 viewsLucilla, Augusta c. 164 - 182 A.D., Wife of Lucius Verus. Ae 30.3~31.9mm. 21.75g. Obv: LVCILLA AVGVSTA, draped bust right. Rev: VENVS S-C, Venus standing left holding apple and sceptre. Cohen 74. RIC 1765 ddwau
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MODERN MILLED (up to 19th Century), Hungary - 1 Taler, 1782953 viewssilver coin with 27,85 grams
Ruler: Josef II (1765 - 1790)
(B) Kremnitz mint
Obv.: Coat of arms of Hungary - IOS II.D.G.R.IMP.S.A.GHB.REX.A.A.D.B.&.L.
Rev.: Crwned madona with sceptre and the baby Jesus - S.MARIA MATER DAI (B) PATRONA HUNG.1782 . X .
Huszar: 1869, Dav.: 1168
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PARMA - Ferdinanco di Borbone34 viewsPARMA --20 SOLDI, 1795. 4.0000 g., Billon Ruler: Ferdinando di Borbone (1765-1802) Obv: Crowned, oval shield in sprigs separates initials D G Legend: FERD I H I D G PAR PL VAST D 1795 Rev: St. Thomas Rev. Legend: S THOMAS APOST PAR PROT In exergue: SOLDI XX over E * S Reference: C# 7
dpaul7
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Faustina Sr., Augusta 25 February 138 - Early 141, Wife of Antoninus Pius, Gold aureus20 viewsSH33181. Gold aureus, SRCV II 4553 (same dies), Cayon 1765 (same), RIC III AP356d, Cohen II 98, BMCRE IV AP398, Choice EF, Rome mint, weight 6.923g, maximum diameter 19.8mm, die axis 180o, 147 - 161 A.D.; obverse DIVA FAVSTINA, diademed, draped and veiled bust left; reverse AVGVSTA, Ceres standing left, torch in right hand, scepter in left hand; very light hairline scratches; ex Numismatik Lanz auction 135, lot 745 (misattributed); ex Goldberg Auction44, lot 3704 (ICG AU 50); hints of red toning, bold and beautiful, struck with elegant dies!; scarceJoe Sermarini
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Roman Empire, Severus Alexander, Bimetallic Medaillon91 viewsObv. IMP CAES M AVREL SEV ALEXANDER PIVS FELIX AVG, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, seen from behind.
Rev. PONTIF MAX TR P V COS II P P, Alexander on quadriga right, holding eagle-tipped scepter and olive branch, crowned by Victory.
Mint: Rome, 226 AD.

38mm 41.44g

Cohen 481?


Curtis Clay

"A spectacular acquisition!

I know of two other specimens of this medallion:

(1) In ANS, ex Newell Coll.; ex Naville X, 1926, 1765; ex Hirsch 29, 1910, Herzfelder Coll., 1221; ex Sotheby, 29 June 1893, Hermann Weber Coll., 230; doubtless ex Northwick Sale, 1860, 333 (description only). Published by Toynbee, Roman Medallions, p. 85, note 103 and Fagerlie, ANS Medallions, Museum Notes 15, 1969, p. 82.

From the same dies as yours, 55.14g, and also bimetallic according to the Naville X catalogue, though Fagerlie fails to mention this fact and it's not clear one way or the other from the photographs.

(2) In Paris according to Gnecchi no. 21, 50.0g, not illustrated, no mention of bimetallic, but personal examination would be needed to be sure!"
3 commentskc
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Roman, Faustina Sr., Augusta 25 February 138 - Early 141, wife of Antoninus Pius461 viewsSH33181. Gold aureus, SRCV II 4553 (same dies), Cayon 1765 (same), RIC III 356d, Cohen 98, BMCRE IV 398, Choice EF, Rome mint, weight 6.923g, maximum diameter 19.8mm, die axis 180o, 147 - 161 A.D.; obverse DIVA FAVSTINA, diademed, draped and veiled bust left; reverse AVGVSTA, Ceres standing left, torch in right, scepter in left; very light hairline scratches; ex Lanz, Auction 135, lot 745 (misattributed); hints of red toning, bold and beautiful, struck with elegant dies!; scarce

Gold aurei are about the same size as silver denarii but they were not struck with the same dies. The finest work of the mint's top master engravers was reserved for striking gold. The difference between the artistry of the gold and silver is not always so striking, but no denarius equals the beauty of this coin.
8 commentsJoe Sermarini
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ROMAN, Faustina Sr., Augusta 25 February 138 - Early 141, Wife of Antoninus Pius35 viewsSH33181. Gold aureus, SRCV II 4553 (same dies), Cayon 1765 (same), RIC III AP356d, Cohen II 98, BMCRE IV AP398, Choice EF, weight 6.923 g, maximum diameter 19.8 mm, die axis 180o, Rome mint, 147 - 161 A.D.; obverse DIVA FAVSTINA, diademed, draped and veiled bust left; reverse AVGVSTA, Ceres standing left, torch in right hand, scepter in left hand; very light hairline scratches; ex Numismatik Lanz auction 135, lot 745 (misattributed); ex Goldberg Auction44, lot 3704 (ICG AU 50); hints of red toning, bold and beautiful, struck with elegant dies!; scarceJoe Sermarini
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S.1765 Henry V27 viewsGroat of Henry V, king of England, 1413-1422
Mint: London
Mintmark: cross pattee
S.1765
Class C

Ex- P.Hutchings, I.White
1 commentsNap
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SBCV 1765 - Petit module mis Cherson de Constantin VII et Romain I (945-959)10 viewsA l'avers P/ω.
Au revers Un grand Δ.
Les monnaies mises Cherson au Xme sicle sont coules et non frappes.
Atelier : Cherson (Crime)
Ref : Sear 1765 - Anokhin 455 (Romain IV), DOC 34, Esty E43
3,10 g / 21 mm
Eric
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Schjth 1471, Hartill 17.57 Type CP1.2.a (QC) & 22.310 CPT (CCC), KM 40549 viewsQianlong (1736-1795)

1 cash (cast brass), 1756 [?] -1765 [?],Jiangsu Province, Suzhou mint, 24 mm.

Obv: Qianlong tongbao.

Rev: Boo su.

This is a Coastal Province Type Coin. Type CP1.2 coins have a closed head, two dot tong. In Type CP1.2.a coins, there is a vertical dot su.

Hartill rarity 11 & 16 (CCC).
Stkp
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SWEDEN - ADOLF FREDERICK - 1751-177154 viewsSWEDEN - ADOLF FREDERICK - 1751-1771 2-Ore, 1765, copper. KM#310.dpaul7
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Tarsos, Cilicia. AE 33.2mm;Lion attacking bull8 viewsTrajan Decius, Tarsos, Cilicia. 33.2mm, 18.30g, ΑΥ ΚΑΙ Γ ΜΕΣ ΚΥΙΝ ΔΕΚΙΟΣ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟΣ Π Π,Head of Traian Decius radiate r. / ΤΑΡΣΟΥ ΜΗΤΡΟΠΟΛΕΩΣ ΑΜΚ Γ Β,Lion attacking bull. France 2, 1765 (same dies). Ex Gerhard RohdePodiceps
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Thailand "ancient" Ayudhaya, Silver bullet coin -- 1 Baht, King Songthom, 1612 - 1628 AD101 viewsAyudhaya Kingdom; King Songthom, 1612 - 1628 AD; AR "Bullet" Coin, 14.7 gms, EF.

The kingdom of Ayutthaya (Thai: อยุธยา) was a Thai kingdom that existed from 1350 to 1767. King Ramathibodi I (Uthong) founded Ayutthaya as the capital of his kingdom in 1350 and absorbed Sukhothai, 640 km to the north, in 1376. Over the next four centuries the kingdom expanded to become the nation of Siam, whose borders were roughly those of modern Thailand, except for the north, the Kingdom of Lannathai. Ayutthaya was friendly towards foreign traders, including the Chinese, Indians, Japanese and Persians, and later the Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, British and French, permitting them to set up villages outside the city walls. The court of King Narai (1656-1688) had strong links with that of King Louis XIV of France, whose ambassadors compared the city in size and wealth to Paris.

After a bloody period of dynastic struggle, Ayutthaya entered into what has been called its golden age, a relatively peaceful episode in the second quarter of the eighteenth century when art, literature, and learning flourished. There were foreign wars. The Ayutthaya fought with Nguyen Lords (Vietnamese rulers of South Vietnam) for control of Cambodia starting around 1715. But a greater threat came from Burma, where the new Alaungpaya dynasty had subdued the Shan states.

In 1765 Thai territory was invaded by two Burmese armies that converged on Ayutthaya. The only notable example of successful resistance to these forces was found at the village of Bang Rajan. After a lengthy siege, the city capitulated and was burned in 1767. Ayutthaya's art treasures, the libraries containing its literature, and the archives housing its historic records were almost totally destroyed, and the city was left in ruins.

The country was reduced to chaos. Provinces were proclaimed independent states under military leaders, rogue monks, and cadet members of the royal family. The Thais were saved from Burmese subjugation, however, by an opportune Chinese invasion of Burma and by the leadership of a Thai military commander, Phraya Taksin.

All that remains of the old city are some impressive ruins of the royal palace. King Taksin established a capital at Thonburi, across the Chao Phraya from the present capital, Bangkok (Kruen Thep).

The ruins of the historic city of Ayutthaya and "associated historic towns" in the Ayutthaya historical park have been listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.

The city of Ayutthaya was refounded near the old city, and is now capital of the Ayutthaya province.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayutthaya_kingdom
Cleisthenes
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Tiberius, RIC 66, sestertius of AD 36-37 (Quadriga)75 views sestertius (25.9g, 36mm, 12h) Rome mint, struck AD 36-37.
Obv.: Empty quadriga advancing right, side ornamented with trophy, Victory and captive.
Rev.: TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST PM TR POT XXIIX around large S C
RIC 66 (S); Sear (RCV 2K) 1765
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varb17671 viewsElagabalus
Philippopolis, Thrace

Obv: [AVT K M] AVP ANTΩ(NE)INOC, laureate head right
Rev: ΦIΛIΠΠOΠOΛEITΩN NEΩKO →PΩN, naked athlete advancing left holding wreath and palm branch.
18 mm, 4.11 gms

Varbanov 1767
Charles M
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Vietnam (under Chinese occupation). Càn Long (Qianlong in Chinese).20 viewsBarker 98.2, KM 131, C 34.1, Toda 212 var. (not white copper).

1 phan (cast brass), 24 mm. Cast in 1789 in Yunnan for the payment of Chinese troups.

Obv: Cn Long thong bao.

Rev: An nam.

During the Later L Dynasty (1428-1788), the Vietnamese rulers recognized the Chinese Emperor as their feudal lord, while ruling independently. This changed during the Ty Sơn Uprising, when the feuding Trịnh and Nguyễn lords were defeated and the last L ruler, Emperor L Chiu Thống (17651793), was overthrown. Chiu Thống fled to China and appealed to the Qianlong Emperor (1736-1795) for help. In 1788 a Chinese army restored Chiu Thống to the throne. The Ty Sơn leader, Nguyễn Huệ, launched a surprise attack against the Chinese forces while they were celebrating the Chinese New Year festival in 1789, defeating them at Battle of Đống Đa. Chiu Thống fled back to China and Nguyễn Huệ was proclaimed Emperor Quang Trung (1788-1792). Nguyễn Huệ eventually submitted himself as vassal of China and agreed to pay annual tribute.
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