1870 (M3) Japan Silver 1 Yen Meiji Era MS-65 NGC

1870 (M3) Japan Silver 1 Yen Meiji Era MS-65 NGC

This beautiful Silver 1 Yen coin from Japan was struck during the third year of the Meiji era in 1870. The Meiji era extended from October 23, 1868 through July 30, 1912. In this era the Empire of Japan moved from being a feudal society to its modern form. The era is named after the reigning Emperor Meiji, the 122nd Emperor of Japan and lasted until his death in 1912. The Meiji era was succeeded by the Taisho era.

Coin Highlights:

  • Contains .7800 oz actual Silver weight.
  • Authenticated and graded MS-65 by NGC. Type-1.
  • Obverse: Depicts a splendid dragon and pearl.
  • Reverse: Wreath that encircles the Japanese characters indicating the value of this coin.
  • Struck in the third year (M3) of the Meiji era.


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