Ancient Jewish coins were minted from the fourth century BC to the reign of Emperor Hadrian in the second century AD. Coinage and Power in Ancient Israel From the Collection of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem.
Da Ding Tong Bao bronze 1 cash coin cast in 1188 AD during the Da Ding reign (1161-1189 AD) of Emperor Shi Zong 1161-1189 AD, of the Jin Dynasty, S-1085. The S-1086 variety has the Chinese character 'Shen' of the reverse top side of the coin.
This Tang Dynasty (618 - 907 AD) gold coin is engraved with the characters "Kai Yuan Tong Bao". Kaiyuan 开元 (Kāiyuán) is the reign name (713-741) of Tang Emperor Xuanzong 唐玄宗, who reigned at the peak of Tang prosperity. It was issued from 684 to755 AD.