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The fist coin is not a Chinese Character chop mark but there's no way to know when these happened and they don't add value to a coin. A few collectors do collect chop mark coins but they tend to sell for the same as normal coins.
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ahh ok daniel, i thought the chopmark can indicate the year of markings..and yes, ive read that it doesnt add a value, but hoping some other time they will realize the importance snd history of that mark...thanks daniel