|This 1911 China Kiangnan 10 Cents has been graded AU50 by PCGS and is encapsulated in the newer-style edge-view holder. The coin is cataloged as Y-146 and LM-268. According to the Krause reference, the legend reads “Chiang-nan Sheng Tsao” and the inscription reads “Hsüan-t'ung Yüan-pao.” The coin is a very even medium grey color with nice original mint luster. The details of the coin are also very strong with an amazing and very popular dragon design. The coin exhibits only minor circulation wear with no significant marks or issues. Although unattributed on the PCGS holder, this coin is clearly the doubled die reverse variety and the strong doubling can easily be seen in the close up photos, specifically on the characters on the left hand side of the coin. The coin was also professionally imaged by PCGS for their CoinFacts service. The PCGS Price Guide lists the value of this coin at $630, however the doubled die reverse variety has a Price Guide value of $790 in the AU50 grade. A wonderful example of this popular type with the relatively strong doubled die reverse variety.