請問有沒有人知道有關 Kim-Thanh 金子的來源?

Kim-Thanh 是一家出產金子的公司嗎?還是名子呢?謝謝

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Thank you for your answer even thought this is what I am looking for. Thank you anyway.

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    Antique Chinese Kim Thanh 24k bullion coins earrings ingot pendant set

    If you love high carat gold and bullion and antiques this is an incredible set of antique solid gold Kim Thahn Chinese bullion coins that are over 200 years old and set in a very elegant and appropriate 22k bamboo motif frame with butterfly backings for pierced ears. These coins/medallions are 17mm in diameter and weigh 5.3 grams.

    This set includes the medallion earrings and a heavy pure 24 k gold bullion ingot set in a matching bezel of 22kt. The pendant measures 40mm x 98mm and looks extremely rich. It weighs 28.2 grams.

    Gold is a great investment and numismatists (coin specialists) know that bullion isn’t just valuable or appreciable for its market value, but the pours, ingots and mints/strikes all make collecting bullion more interesting and fun.

    This ingot is very unique! its not only an antique but heavy and attractive. Its got the "TT" (kim thahn) mark at the top and the writing

    KIM-THANH

    saigon-hongkong

    hanoi-knompenh

    OR PUR

    and Chinese characters underneath

    This is an impressive and striking piece of jewelry and as a set worn together its just fabulous.

    BIG GOLD, collectible, and an INVESTMENT you can wear.

    about Kim Thanh:

    Kim Thanh (the name of the refiner and bullion dealer at the time in Saigon, Hanoi , Hong Kong and Phnom Penh ) bar which was manufactured before 1975 was 999.9 purity and weighed exactly 37.5 grams. Although called a 'bar', it was a compilation of three gold leaves: two leaves of 15 grams each and one leaf of 7.5 grams (15+15+7.5). The three gold leaves were then wrapped together in thin oil paper with the manufacturer's brand. The Kim Thanh bar was widely known throughout South East Asia before and during the Vietnam war and was used by many refugees and 'boat people' from Vietnam and Cambodia as the sole means of taking some of their savings with them."

    Collectible wearable history….

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