[collection name]: silver coins of Qing Dynasty
[collection type]: Coins
[introduction to the collection]: in the second year of Xuantong of the Qing Dynasty (1910), the Qing government unified the coinage right in the central government. It was stipulated that the unit was yuan (yuan), weighing seven and two cents per yuan, which was named "silver coin of the Qing Dynasty"; In the third year of Xuantong (1911 AD), the mold was made again to trial produce the silver coins of the Qing Dynasty. There are many versions of the flat dragon pattern of the main coins, including long beard dragon, short beard dragon, big tail dragon, anti dragon, Qu beard dragon and signature version. The Qing government devoted itself to the rectification and reform of the currency system in order to rectify the confusion of the currency system caused by the scattered coinage in various places. In addition to the clear determination that the coinage right was unified under the central government, the style, unit, weight and fineness of coinage were also formulated in detail. "Qu Xulong" silver coin is one of its members. This series of coins, with complete system and exquisite production, is unprecedented in the history of Chinese currency. This currency is called "national currency", and the Tibetan community calls it "Xuansan of the Qing Dynasty".
The front of this silver coin is divided into two parts: the inner ring is engraved with "Qing silver coin" and the outer ring is engraved with "three years of Xuantong" in regular script and Manchu. The currency belongs to high-grade silver coin at first sight. The details are not only exquisite and complete, with few wear marks, but also glittering silver, which is particularly eye-catching. Looking at the reverse side of the coin, the English version of "one dollar" is printed at the bottom of the outer ring, and the inner ring is surrounded by Qu Xulong and engraved with two large characters of "one circle", which not only explains the market value of the coin at that time, but also better shows the different royal style in feudal society.
The silver coin Xuantong three years and one yuan in the Qing Dynasty is one of the top ten reputable products in modern Chinese mechanism coins. It is quite famous in the coin collection industry and has always been the favorite choice for Chinese silver coin collection. The collection is well preserved, the opening is regular, the appearance is exquisite, the decorative writing is clear, the surface is as bright as new, the sawtooth is neat and deep, the pulp is round, the color is bright and the color is even. It is a fine collection of ancient coins, which is worth starting with by collectors.
In recent years, with the continuous warming of the coin collection market, ancient coins have gradually come close to people's attention. In local coin trading markets, ancient coins have also achieved good transaction prices one after another. The silver coin Xuantong three years and one yuan of the Qing Dynasty is a very well-known coin in the world of coin collection, and its existence is very rare, which has immeasurable academic and historical value. This Qing silver coin has been Xuantong for three years and one yuan. It has exquisite appearance, profound decoration, excellent production and high artistic value. It is worth collecting!