Shogun Ichibu Gin Pendant

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  • Obverse and Reverse: Inscription of Value
  • Denomination: Ichibu-Gin
  • Date: 1837 - 1868. Grade: Very Fine
  • Region: Japan
  • Silver Coin in 14k Gold Pendant, Weight 11g
  • Pendant Size: W 18mm X H 32mm, with 5.5mm Bail Opening for Necklace
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From the Battle of Sekigahara in the year 1600, Tokugawa Ieyasu became the founder and first Shogun of the Tokugawa Shogunate of Japan, which ruled until the Meiji Restoration in 1868. After he seized power, the Tokugawa ruled Japan as Shoguns and established a government from their castle town Edo (now known as Tokyo). This period saw the flowering of urban culture and a monetized commodity economy in Japan. Effective power rested with the Tokugawa Shogun, not the Emperor in Kyoto, whose role was ceremonial, even though the former ostensibly owed his position to the latter.
The Shogun built great temples and shrines while controlling foreign policy, the military and feudal patronage. The Samurai were the military nobility and were rewarded for their loyalty with land, which was in turn handed down and divided among their sons. The hierarchy that held this system of government together was reinforced by close ties of loyalty between Samurai and their subordinates. These interesting rectangular coins were minted and circulated during the time of Japan's Shogun rulers. Each coin is marked with an inscription bearing its value in silver.