A Time Of Anachronistic Tradition
Feudalism is the concept of a society ruled by landed aristocrats and worked by peasants. This type of society remained the norm for portions of the Eastern World, until the 19th century. Such examples include the serfs of Tsarist Russia and the Japanese Shogunate. This list will showcase examples of the money, used during this anachronistic era.
(This period overlaps with the Early Industrial Era, within some cultures.)