Silver yuan, originating in the 15th century, was first cast in Europe and introduced to China in the 16th century. It was started to be cast during the reign of emperor guangxu, but it was not until the period of the republic of China that a large number of silver COINS were officially issued as national COINS. Over the past 100 years, there have been more than 1,000 kinds of silver COINS in circulation in China, and more than 10,000 kinds of silver COINS have been published in China. It can be said that it is a "big family" of modern currencies.
Since the early qing dynasty, most of the silver flowing into China has been in the form of silver yuan, among which the most typical ones are the Spanish native silver dollar, the Mexican eagle silver dollar, the British dependency silver dollar, the Japanese dragon and so on. Because of the foreign silver dollar exquisite production, component standard, easy to count the value of the core, use is very convenient, very popular in the circulation market. The widespread use of foreign silver COINS "caused the authorities to raise a little bit of a fuss" and "proposed to make silver COINS to resist the importation of foreign silver".
At the end of the reign of emperor guangxu of the qing dynasty, the qing government tried to rectify the confusion of the monetary system caused by the scattered coinage, so it was devoted to the arrangement and reform of the monetary system. In addition to specifying that the coinage power was uniformly vested in the central government, the coinage style, unit, weight and finish were also worked out in detail.
Xuantong three years of the qing dynasty silver coin, is the product of the late qing dynasty currency system reform, edition is not multi-style, innovative design, excellent production, calendar for coin lovers treasure collection. Xuantong three years of silver COINS have different formats, among which the long bearded dragon, short bearded dragon, big tail dragon are relatively rare. But has not been issued on the encounter wuchang uprising, only "qu xulong" issued, the rest of the majority is the sample currency.
The silver coin of the third year of Xuantong of Qing Dynasty was minted by Tianjin General mint of Du branch of Qing Dynasty in 1911. On the front of the silver coin, the Chinese character "Qing silver coin" was engraved inside the central bead circle, and the Manchu "silver coin of Qing Dynasty" was engraved at the upper end of the bead circle, and the Chinese character "Xuantong three years" was engraved at the lower end. A symmetrical flower ornament was engraved on both sides of the coin. On the back of the silver coin, there is a circular curved bearded dragon and a large cloud, with a currency value of one yuan and one dollar in English on the bottom. This coin is beautiful, majestic, natural and exquisite in casting. Its mold is very deep, the inner teeth are sharp, and the dragon pattern on the back is deep and clear. The front is colorful and silver, and the satin of dragon pattern is dazzling. Its appearance is perfect. Its surface is smooth and glossy. It is a model work of central coinage in Qing Dynasty, and it is engraved with lucky on the front. It belongs to the mark left by Yinzhuang at that time. Rare and precious, it is a group of rare and exquisite silver coins.
Dragon is an ancient Chinese legend has scales and claws and can make wind as rain of the supernatural animals. For thousands of years, as the symbol of the Chinese nation, the dragon has been worshipped by hundreds of millions of its descendants. Finding traces of dragons on COINS that are symbols of wealth is one reason why collectors like qing COINS.
In recent years, thanks to the increasingly flexible trading market, the ever-expanding collection of COINS, and the rediscovery of more folk COINS, the price of silver yuan has been rising all the way, becoming the focus of many buyers.
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