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Thailand

Double bracelet money is a variation of this type of ngun chieng (fig.), made in the shape of two horseshoes joined together, and is known as ngun keuak mah, literally ‘horseshoe money’ or ‘silver horseshoe’.

 

This kind of money, was used only in northern Thailand, sometime in the Lan Na Period.

See also POSTAGE STAMP.

 

  double bracelet money