Guangxu Yuanbao was one of the currency in circulation during the reign of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty. Zhang Zhidong, the governor of Guangdong and Guangxi, first introduced British coin making machines to cast silver and copper coins, and then all provinces followed suit. There are 19 provinces and prefectures casting. These coins are small and exquisite. With the change of dynasties, the collection of coins became more valuable. I believe that in the future, the value of coins will soar all the way, which is the best choice for today's collection. In recent years, with the increasing investment in collection, silver coins are becoming more and more popular, and their prices are rising all the way. In particular, precious silver coins are very active in the collection trading market, and have achieved very beautiful transaction records.
The coin of "Liaoning Province made Guangxu Yuanbao Kuping seven coins and two Fen" has Chinese characters "Guangxu Yuanbao" on the front, "made in Liaoning Province" on the top outside the bead circle, and the mark of "Kuping seven coins and two Fen" on the bottom. On the back is a picture of a dragon, and the upper and lower edges are cast in English. Its aesthetic style is unique. The integration of Manchu and Han culture can be seen on the obverse of coins, while Qian Bei clearly indicates the intervention of western culture. Although the coin is small, it can also be a glimpse of social culture.
Although the coins have experienced the baptism of merciless years, they are still relatively intact. The dragon on the back of the collection has a clear texture, such as a knife carving. The forging technology is marvelous. The dragon body is exquisite in texture and is set off by a sea of clouds. It seems to be an oil painting of a dragon flying in the sky. It is extremely beautiful and exciting!
In the Qing Dynasty, money, paper money and copper coins were in parallel, and new silver coins were issued in Jiaqing period, while more gold and silver coins were produced in Guangxu period. The westernization movement also affected the coinage industry. In 1887, the governor of Guangdong and Guangdong provinces, Zhang Zhidong, entrusted the British ministers to order a complete set of coin making machines in Britain, and first minted silver and copper coins in Guangdong money Bureau. Later, the provinces followed suit and purchased foreign mechanical casting silver and copper coins. Many mints, including Guangdong money Bureau, are ordered from the famous London Birmingham Mint Co., Ltd. With the intervention of British industry, silver coins were also stained with western color.
Guangxu Yuanbao was made in Liaoning Province in the Qing Dynasty. There was a lot of pressure to make Guangxu Yuanbao. The pattern on the back of the coin had no trace of weak beating and was extremely exquisite. The surface of the coin was smooth and smooth, and the original color of the silver coin was glossy, without a trace of mottled color, and the appearance was perfect. It was a rare and unforgettable piece of Chinese silver coin. Guangxu Yuanbao made in Liaoning Province is one of the best coins in modern China. It has historical influence and is a revolutionary cultural relic of high value, and has profound historical significance.