No. 5. - Obverse:
Reverse: plain. Coin issued during the reign of Lư THAI-TO, the
first king of this dynasty, (1010 to 1028). The two following kings issued
No. 6. - Obverse:
Reverse: plain. This coin was issued during the reign of the Emperor
 THAI-TONG. (1028-1055.) It was during this epoch that the use of small
thin cash was first introduced, on account of the great scarcity of copper
then existing in the kingdom. The Chinese traders immediately took advantage
of this circum-stance, and had Chinese cash recast into smaller ones,
exporting them from their own country into Annam. In consequence of the
abundance of coins caused by this proceeding the manufacture of cash was
suspended by the Annamese govern-ment for a period of fifty years.
No. 7. - Obverse:
Reverse: plain. Diminutive coin made during the reign of the Emperor
 NHON-TONG in his seventh nien-hao. It is of white copper, and the
Nguyen of the obverse is written in seal characters
No. 8. - Obverse:
No. 9. - Obverse: Same as No. 8.
No rim on the Reverse.
No. 10. - Obverse: Same as No. 8, but varying in
the distribution of the four characters.
Reverse: plain. Diminutive coins made during the reign of King  ANH-TONG
(1139-1176), during his second nien-hao.
No. 11. - Obverse:
Reverse: plain. Diminutive coin made during the reign of the same
king in his fourth nien-hao.
No. 12. - Obverse:
Plain Reverse. Diminutive coin issued by the King  CAO-TONG
(1176-1211), in his second nien-hao.
No. 13. - Obverse:
Reverse: without rim.
Nos. 14 and 15. - Obverse:
nguyen is written in two different forms of the tchuen or seal characters.
Reverse: No. 14 plain; No. 15 without rim. Diminutive coins issued by
the former king in his fourth nien-hao.
Tiền Nhà Lư
Tiền VNCH 2
Tiền VNCH 3
Tiền VNCH 4
Tiền VNCH 5
Tiền VNCH 6
Tiền VN QG 1955
Tiền VNTrước 1954
Tiền Đông Dương 1
Tiền Đông Dương 2
Tiền Đông Dương 3
Tiền Đông Dương 4
Tiền Đông Dương 5