Tibetan 1 Sho Copper Coin - 1920's
Tibetan 1 Sho Copper Coin - 1920's
Tibetan 1 Sho Copper Coin - 1920's
Tibetan 1 Sho Copper Coin - 1920's

Tibetan 1 Sho Copper Coin


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Includes info cards and Certificate of Authenticity.

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Origin: These copper 1 sho coins were produced on the isolated Tibetan Plateau, and have a uniquely intricate design. They come from the Srang system of currency (used in Tibet from 1792 to 1959), with 1.5 copper sho being worth 1 silver Tangka.

Buddhist monks have long settled Tibet amongst the towering Himalayas, and this  religious heritage heavily influenced the design of their coins. These coins feature the inscription "The Ganden Palace, victorious in all directions," which references one of Tibet's central monasteries. Also featured is a snow lion surrounded by an eight petaled lotus, another prominent Buddhist symbol.

These are a great budget alternative to our silver Tibetan Tang'ka coins! Each includes a Certificate of Authenticity.

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Your order will include:

  • One Tibetan 1 sho coin from 1918 to 1928
  • Glass top leather display box
  • Detail card with relevant information about the relic
  • Certificate of Authenticity


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Typically, museums only want to display items that are either very rare or incredibly well preserved. This leaves many items that don't make the cut, and these are able to be owned by individuals.

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