Friday, June 10, 2016

Gokoku-ji Bell which Commodore Perry brought back from Japan as a gift from the Ryukyuan Government

An exact replica of the
Gokoku-ji Bell which Commodore (Cdre.) Perry brought back from Japan as a gift from the Ryukyuan Government. Currently stationed at the entrance ofBancroft Hall at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD
The medal was struck in 1856 at the U.S. Mint on request and paid for by the Boston merchants. There was this one gold medal struck along with 20 silver medals and 104 bronze medals.
After the arrival of commandar Perry with his three black ships the Western Merchants saw the opportunity of trade and banking in Japan. But the Japanese Government did not open all the ports for Western Powers till March 1863,
YOKUHAMA BANKNOTE 1866 25 $ ,JAPAN,USA,INDIA LINK very rare banknote of japan
The Central Bank of Western India was an important bank because it related to Japan, America and India. The high value of $25 was significant as it was issued during a time of great turbulence in Japan,USA,INDIA and world
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