Coins and Banknotes of Vietnam and French Indochina
ANNAM AND ITS MINOR CURRENCY

ANNAM
AND ITS MINOR CURRENCY.
by
ED. TODA.

PART I.
General Notices.

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I. Preliminary Remarks
II. Geographical and Historical Notes
III. Chronological Tables of the Annamese Dynasties
IV. Situation of Annam as an Independent Country
V. Mines
VI. Manufacture of Coins
VII. False Coinage, and Penal Laws relating thereto
VIII. Magazines for Coins, and Laws referring to them
IX. Customs and superstitions connected with Coins
X. Paper-money in Annam

PART II.
History of the Coinage.

XI. The Ngo Family. The twelve Suquan. The Dinh Dynasty. The former Le Dynasty. - 940-1010 A.D.
XII. The Ly Dynasty. - 1010-1225.
XIII. The Tran Dynasty. - 1225-1414.
XIV. Rebels. - 1368-1420.
XV. Chinese domination and war of independence. - 1414-1428.
XVI. The Le Dynasty. - 1428-1785. ( Part 1, Part 2 )
XVII. Rebels. 1459-1532.
XVIII. The Mac and Nguyen Governments.
XIX. The Tay-son Rebellion. 1764-1801.
XX. Chinese intervention in Tunquin, and the Nguyen Dynasty.
XXI. The Nguy-khoi Rebellion. The Nung Rebellion. Doubtful Coins. 1600 to date.
Appendix: Coins issued from 1882 to 1945.

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