|Added by||Alain Martineau|
|General Description||The Chinthe, is a leogryph (lion-like creature) that is often seen at the entrances of pagodas and temples in Burma and other Southeast Asian countries. The chinthe is featured prominently on the kyat, the currency of Burma. Chinthes almost always in pairs, and serve to protect the pagoda. They typically appear as animals|
|Rev. Description||Value and date flanked by sprays|
|Catalog code||KM# 32|
|Edge Type||-not in this list-|
*what it means?
|F $0.10 VF $0.15 XF $0.20 UNC $0.35|