Dating tibetan coins
With over 16 taps we showcase an extensive range of both local and worldwide craft beers and lagers.Our selection of bottled beers is pretty impressive too!The year is about on your first photo, and is worn, but appears to read 58 as well as I can make out (perhaps you can read it better with the coin in hand).Assuming the year is 58 and using the information from the Tibetan date converter at Tibet minted its own currency during the era of independence (1912-1951).
We also have 2-pint carry-out growlers for anyone who is going to a byob restaurant and just looking for a nice beer at home.The first tangkas were struck in Nepal from about 1640.From this period onwards many Nepali tangkas were exported to Tibet.China opened another mint in Lhasa in 1792, where the minting of the Sino-Tibetan tangka took place in 1792 (only pattern tangkas with inscription in Tibetan only).The Sino-Tibetan tangkas, struck in 1793 bear an inscription in Chinese, which says, Qian Long Bao Tsang (Tibetan money of the Qian Long period) on one side and its transcription in Tibetan on the other side.
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To convert: VS date - 57 = AD date Example 1: VS date = 2036.