This coin was made in the year of Xuantong in two parts of the Qing Dynasty copper coin. It was made in the year of Xuantong in 1910. It is rare and extremely rare. There are three types and three materials, one is the sample of white copper, the other is the sample of red copper, the third is the sample of red copper. In the second year of Xuantong, the Qing government issued a new monetary system, which adopted the silver standard, with one yuan as the main currency, and five jiao, two jiao five Fen, one yuan silver and five Fen nickel, plus two Fen, one fen, five li and one Li copper coins as auxiliary coins. For this reason, the mint entrusted VIENNA MINT, Austria, to make molds, and then sent them to the mint for development. Among them copper coins should be mostly sample coins, no circulation!
[collection name]: two points of Xuantong copper coins in Qing Dynasty
"In the second year of Xuantong (1910), the Qing government decided to fundamentally solve the problem of the confusion of silver dollar currency system. In April, the Du branch ordered the central government to take over the right to make coins, abolishing all the silver and copper mints set up in each province, leaving only six branches in Guangdong, Hubei, Sichuan, Yunnan, Fengning, etc., and the head of each branch appointed by the mint. Since then, all the factories in the whole country have been under the management of the Du branch, which completely solved the problem of indiscriminate production in each province.
This collection is divided into two parts of Qing Dynasty copper coins made in Xuantong. In the Qing Dynasty, there were many types of copper coins, especially in Xuantong. Many Qing emperors issued copper coins as circulation currency. The use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, making the transaction more and more convenient. Many collectors can't let go of it, and collecting a variety of copper coins has become their goal. In order to rectify the circular method, the Qing government ordered to stop casting "Guangxu Yuanbao" and to change the casting of "Qing copper coins", and the central government issued a unified ancestral mold. Therefore, the back dragon pattern of "Qing Dynasty copper coin" is relatively uniform, but it is not completely different. On the obverse of this coin, the four characters of "Qing Dynasty copper coin" encircle the coin. In the middle, there is a dragon pattern. On the back, there are four characters of "Xuantong nianzao" and on the bottom, there are seven characters of "five silver coins for one jiao". In the center, there is a mark of "dichotomy". This copper coin of the Qing Dynasty in Xuantong is extremely rare in existence. Now it can be encountered but not sought. It has a very high collection value and investment value!
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