Excellent recommendation "Name": Hubei Province made Guangxu Yuanbao as the tenth
The ancient COINS are as brilliant as the stars, and on the value of the ancient COINS, when the qing dynasty guangxu years circulation of money - the most guangxu yuan treasure. The qing dynasty was the last feudal dynasty in China, and its decline in the later period led to the most chaotic period in Chinese history. The incompetence of the qing government was obvious, but poverty led to change.
The end of the qing dynasty was a time when silver COINS, banknotes and copper COINS were in parallel, and new silver COINS were not issued until the jiaqing period, and gold and silver COINS were not widely cast until the guangxu period. It is reported that zhang zhidong, governor of guangdong and guangdong provinces, had commissioned British ministers to order a complete set of mint machines in Britain in the 13th year of the reign of emperor guangxu. Later, the provinces followed suit and bought and made silver and copper yuan from foreign machines, and guangxu yuan bao came into being in this period.
The collection value of ancient COINS is determined by the quantity, cultural value and casting process. The rarest things in the world today are the "guangxu yuan treasure of hubei province", the "long beard and dragon coin made in fengtian province in the qing dynasty", the "gold standard coin in the 21st year of the republic of China", the "emperor song tongbao dang wu", and the "one and two COINS of tongbao from home and abroad". Among them "" hubei province guangxu yuan treasure" has not been born for several years, now "hubei province guangxu yuan treasure" is difficult to find a few, the value is indescribable.
This "hubei province makes bright emperor yuan treasure to be ten copper coin", coin front casts inscription, top casts regular script "hubei province makes" four characters, bottom casts the value "when ten" two characters, inside the bead ring enrolls "bright emperor yuan treasure" four characters, the center is decorated with a six flower. The back side of the dragon fine lines, such as the knife carved into, casting technology god god its skill, and there is a sea of clouds set off, looks like a dragon soaring in the sky oil painting, extremely magnificent, the United States moving soul!
Excellent recommendation "Name": In the second year of the Republic of China, Sichuan Mint created 200 texts
After the victory of the Revolution of 1911, the Qing Emperor abdicated and the Republic of China was founded. Sun Yat-sen, the pioneer of China's democratic revolution, took office as the provisional president of the Republic of China, and proposed in the "Provisional Presidential Decree" that "a new model should be published and commemorative coins should be drummed". In 1914, the copper coin was officially renamed as "Copper Coin". The biggest difference between the copper coin issued in the Republic of China and Qing Dynasty was that the dragon pattern was replaced by Jiahe pattern composed of rice ears. Most of the copper coins minted in various provinces are flags crossed on both sides with the words "Founding Commemorative Coin" or "Republic of China Copper Coin".
In 1913, in the second year of the Republic of China, Hu Jingyi, then the governor of Sichuan military government, continued to cast "Han" coins, and at the same time, added 200 large denominations of copper coins weighing seven yuan. The face value of "200 Chinese characters" in the center of the coin is divided into Jiasui patterns on both sides, with the year number "Republic of China in 2000" on the upper side and the factory name "Made in Sichuan Mint" on the lower side, with cruciferous stars on the left and right sides. In the center of the coin back, there is a cross double flag diagram, an outer ring bead circle, and the upper and lower edges are in English, Republic of China and 200 characters. It was also the only currency in Sichuan Copper Dollar in the Republic of China. Since the national government issued a unified currency model later, coins in various places stopped casting and issuing, so the amount of casting was small and the circulation time was short, which was quite precious.