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"From the 17th century on, the silver coins made from the mine's silver were traded as not only one of the basic currencies within Japan, but also as the currency for trade with China, Portugal, and the Netherlands. Portugal began trading with Japan
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2017-03-18 05:00:36 UTC
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- From the 17th century on, the silver coins made from the mine's silver were traded as not only one of the basic currencies within Japan, but also as the currency for trade with China, Portugal, and the Netherlands. Portugal began trading with Japan in late 16th century, and the Netherlands in the 17th century.)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iwami_Ginzan_Silver_Mine
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2017-07-12 08:45:44 UTC
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- From the 17th century on, the silver coins made from the mine's silver were traded as not only one of the basic currencies within Japan, but also as the currency for trade with China, Portugal, and the Netherlands. Portugal began trading with Japan in late 16th century, and the Netherlands in the 17th century.)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iwami_Ginzan_Silver_Mine
"Sea Rovers, Silver, and Samurai: Maritime East Asia in Global History, 1550–1700" (recent book):

https://www.uhawaiipress.com/p-9548-9780824852764.aspx

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