This time, we have the honor to collect two pieces, Guangdong province Guangxu Yuanbao and Xuan Tong treasure. Its face value is four yuan and four cents. The two coins are thick and thick, with clear handwriting and uneven patterns. The back Panlong is lifelike, like the feeling of flying clouds.
Since the Qing Dynasty has experienced many wars, the precious Guangxu Yuan Bao has suffered serious losses, so far, the number has been extremely limited. Long Wen Guangxu Yuan Bao, this kind of Yuan Bao is very unique, it represents not only the money, but also the economic situation in the late Qing Dynasty. For this reason, many collectors flocked to find the treasure of Longwen Guangxu in order to meet the needs of Qing Dynasty economic research.
Another Xuan Tong Yuan Bao is the silver medal of the Xuan Tong year issued by Emperor Xuan Tong. The three year old Qing Dynasty silver coin was the official currency of the former Qing Dynasty. It was issued in October. Wuchang has not yet been issued, and the state system has suddenly changed. The silver coin of the Du branch has been resolved to become the two town of Beiyang to suppress the new army of Wuchang.
Guangxu Yuanbao was one of the currencies circulated in Guangxu during the Qing Dynasty. Zhang Zhidong, governor of Hubei Province and Guangdong Province, took the lead in introducing the British coin machine to cast silver and copper coins, and later provinces followed suit. Guangxu Yuanbao is the first large denomination currency circulated in the Qing Dynasty, and it is the first casting and issuing currency with overseas technology in China. It also has a certain historical significance for today.
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