【规格】重20.8g 直径3.93cm 重17.7g 直径3.73cm
Sichuan copper coins made by the military government were the product of the 1911 Revolution. At the beginning of the establishment of the new Sichuan military government, it was faced with the financial predicament that needed more and more money and spent less and less. The military government quickly took over the Chengdu Mint in Sichuan and decided to mint Sichuan copper coins for emergency. In April of the first year of the Republic of China, the Chengdu Mint of Sichuan, under the order of the military government, replaced the old model of copper yuan with dragon pattern in the former Qing Dynasty and engraved the new model of copper yuan in the Republic of China. The military government officially started to make Sichuan copper coins and the military government made Sichuan copper coins. At the beginning of the founding, only ten and twenty coins were issued. In May of the same year, another fifty words were added. In that year, more than 60.55 million coppers were cast, more than 12.47 million coppers were cast, and more than 9.35 million coppers were cast. In the two years of the Republic of China, in addition to continuing to cast ten, twenty and fifty bronze yuan, the casting weight of one hundred bronze yuan was increased by five dollars and eight cents.
The copper coin weighs 20.8g and is 3.93cm in diameter. The front central bead circle has four characters of "Sichuan Copper coin", which are arranged from top to bottom, and the center is decorated with hibiscus pattern. The upper margin of the bead circle is "made by the military government" and the lower margin is "made as a hundred words of money". The left and right sides are decorated with flower stars. On the back of the large circle in the center of the copper coin is a seal book "Han". There are dozens of horizontal lines on the bottom of the word "Han". Therefore, coin collectors also call it "Han" copper yuan. There were 18 small circles outside the "Han" circle, representing 18 provinces at that time. The combination of 18 small circles around the word "Han" implies the unity of the people of 18 provinces. It bears the distinct epoch mark of the 1911 Revolution and witnesses the magnificent national history. It has a high collection value.
The copper coin weighs 17.7g and is 3.73cm in diameter. The front central bead circle has four characters of "Sichuan Copper coin", which are arranged from top to bottom, and the center is decorated with hibiscus pattern. The upper margin of the bead circle is "made by the military government" and the lower margin is "made of 50 pieces of money", which is decorated with flower stars on the left and right sides. On the back of the coin is "the first year of the Republic of China" in the central circle, which is a seal book "Han". There are dozens of horizontal lines on the bottom of the word "Han". Therefore, coin collectors also call it "Han" copper yuan. There were 18 small circles outside the "Han" circle, representing 18 provinces at that time. This coin is rusty and old, with mellow pulp and deep decoration. It has a very high collection value.
There are many types of copper coins in the Qing Dynasty, especially the ten. Many Emperors of Qing Dynasty issued copper coins as currency when they were in power. The use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, which gradually facilitates the transaction. Nowadays, the bronze coins of the Great Qing Dynasty also have a certain collection value. Many collectors love the bronze coins of the Great Qing Dynasty, and collecting a variety of bronze coins has become their goal.
The coin weighs 8.1G and is 3.93cm in diameter. The front side of the coin is "Xuantong three years". The bottom edge is "100 pieces of silver coins a circle". In the middle is a bead circle. There are double Jiahe grain and vertical "Shiwen" in the circle. On the back: The outer edge is vertically read "Daqing Copper coin" four-character equidistant distribution, with Beaded circles in the middle, and a dragon pattern in the circle. Overall view, the production is fine, the shape is regular, the design is simple and generous. This coin has been handed down for a long time, and its appearance is still good. It is a good copper coin with regular shape, good quality and unique style. Shortly after the founding of this set of copper yuan, coincided with the outbreak of the 1911 Revolution, the Qing Dynasty was overthrown, so the casting amount was limited, the circulation was not large, and the survival was less. It has great collection value.
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