1354-1707 Kingdom of Lan Xang Tiger Tongue Silver Bar

1354-1707 Kingdom of Lan Xang Tiger Tongue Silver Bar

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The "Tiger Tongue" Silver bar is a unique form of currency from South East Asia. Common throughout parts of Cambodia and Vietnam, these bars were made locally from Silver taken in through foreign trade and likely contains Silver from Mexican 8 Reales.

Bar Highlights:
  • Long Silver bars resembling a cat's tongue.
  • These Bars formed larger scale merchant transactions as no Silver coin existed.
  • This listing is for an individual bar.
  • Obverses: Tiger Tongue Pattern.
  • Reverses: Plain.
  • Minted under the kingdom of Lan Xang/Ancient Vietnam.

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