Built on three levels of marble stone, it is made entirely of wood without any nails. The hall served the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for offerings to heaven in pursuit of rich harvests.
Built in 1402 in Beijing, the construction reached completion in 1420, along with the Forbidden City. Unfortunately, the original complex burned down in a fire caused by lightning in 1889. A few years later it was rebuilt identical to the original. The obverse features a rear view of the palace along with a right facing effigy of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Inscriptions include "ELIZABETH II", "COOK ISLANDS", "10 DOLLARS".
The reverse features the front of the palace with fireworks in the background along with the inscriptions "BEIJING-TEMPLE OF HEAVEN" and "2023". As a result, we will use a "stock" photo to represent the item. You will not receive the exact item, with the same certification number, that is displayed in the photo of this listing. When a "stock" photo is used, the actual item you receive is guaranteed to be of the same quality pictured.
Please be sure your address is correct before paying for the invoice. As a result, we will often use a "stock" photo to represent the item.Weekends and holidays aren't counted. Our products are 100% guaranteed authentic.
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