北海道知内町から出土したベトナム銭「開泰元寶」の化学分析 [in Japanese] Chemical Analysis of the Vietnamese Coin"Khai Thái Nguyên Bảo" Discovered in Shiriuchi Town, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan [in Japanese]
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Wakimoto hoard was discovered in Wakimoto section of Shiriuchi Town located on the Oshima Peninsula in the southwestern part of Hokkaido in of 1951 or 1952. Wakimoto hoard contains two Vietnamese coins. One is the Thiên Phúc Trấn Bảo of Early Lê Dynasty (980-1009), and the other is the Khai Thái Nguyên Bảo of Trần Dynasty (1225-1400). The aim of the chemical analysis is to make clear that the Thiên Phúc Trấn Bảo is officially minted coin or privately minted coin.
- RESEARCH REPORTS OF NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, HAKODATE COLLEGE
RESEARCH REPORTS OF NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, HAKODATE COLLEGE 53(0), 58-65, 2019
National Institute of Technology, Hakodate College