A denomination of money, in China, worth nearly six shillings sterling, or about a dollar and forty cents; also, a weight of one ounce and a third.
Traditional Chinese unit of weight. 1 tael is equivalent to 37.429 grams or 1.20337 ounces. Typical bar sizes are 5 and 10 taels of 99.00% purity.
a unit of weight used in east Asia approximately equal to 1.3 ounces
a full ounce and a halfe Portingale weight
a measure of weight in China
an ounce of silver, isn't it - a dollar and a third
A measure of gold, just short of six ounces in weight.
Chinese unit of weight, slightly more than an ounce.
The tael is the name used in English to refer to various weight measures of the Far East. Most commonly, it refers to the Chinese Tael, or Liang (Mandarin) or Leung (Cantonese) , a part of the Chinese system of weights and currency. There were many different weighting standards of tael depending on the region or type of trade.