Stand the foreign currency
Number: OMPM - 00015
Diameter: 3.9 cm
Weight: 25 g
In 1912, the first year of the republic of China, the British made trade silver dollar, commonly known as "stanren, stanyang", "stanyang" silver dollar, is the late qing dynasty, the early republic of China, minted by Britain, in China's wide circulation of one of the foreign currency.After entering our country, "stanyang" silver dollar began to circulate in guangdong and guangxi. Because of its exquisite production and high silver content, it was deeply loved by merchants and people.
As early as in the middle of Ming dynasty, Spain had made "native foreign" silver COINS in Mexico (commonly known as "double column"). Until the reign of qianlong and jiaqing in the qing dynasty, China's foreign trade became increasingly prosperous, and the types of silver COINS flowing into China from abroad also increased day by day.By the end of the qing dynasty, in addition to the "double column", there are Mexico "yingyang", the British "standing Yang", Indochina "sitting Yang", Japan "longyang" and Germany William I commemorative silver COINS, among which the British "standing Yang" is famous for its excellent production and beautiful design.
On the front was a warrior with a halberd and shield, and at the top was a DOLLAR.Below the samurai is cast jinian.On the back is the shou character pattern, which is the Chinese character "one circle" on the top and bottom, and "one circle" in Malay on the left and right. This is a kind of historical carrier, which records the Chinese people's humiliating history of being oppressed politically and exploited economically.
The biggest gainers in the coin market are neither the spectacular conjoined commemorative notes nor the colorful gold COINS, but the traditional silver COINS, which have long been unknown, and the early foreign trade silver COINS.Money collection is not only to see the rarity of money, but also to see the historical value of money, the value of technology.