Yuanbao of Guangxu is one of the currency circulating in Guangxu period of Qing Dynasty. Zhang Zhidong, governor of Hubei Province and Guangdong Province, took the lead in introducing the British coinage machine to cast silver and copper coins, and then the provinces followed suit. A total of 19 provinces and bureaus cast copper coins. In addition to the central household and local provinces, the names of provinces are engraved on the upper edge of the front.
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Collection specification: diameter: 27.72mm/28.06mm/28mm weight: 6.4g/6.7g/5.9g
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Guangxu Yuanbao is the first currency with large face value circulating in Guangxu, Qing Dynasty. It is the first batch of currency to be issued and circulated by introducing overseas technology in China. It also has certain historical significance for today.
This group of "Guangxu Yuanbao silver coins group I" has three pieces, diameter: 27.72mm/28.06mm/28mm, weight: 6.4g/6.7g/5.9g, this group of Guangxu Yuanbao, money face: the Pearl circle is full of Chinese "Guangxu Yuanbao".
Back of money: the back of the dragon is in the middle, the outer ring is in English, and the two sides are engraved with small flowers. The regular script is elegant and beautiful, and the foundry is excellent. It is one of the 20 treasures of Chinese silver coins.
Guangxu Yuanbao is a large category of silver coin collection, which has always been concerned by many collectors. Guangxu Yuanbao of different editions has unique charm and is worthy of deep appreciation.
This group of coins has experienced the baptism of the years and the precipitation of the history, but it is still well preserved; it emits a light golden light under the light, as if with a king's noble spirit. The eyes of the dragon are vivid and bright. The Dragon scales are carved in a fine and delicate way. They soar through the clouds and fog. They are strong and powerful, and their claws are widely displayed. They are of great ornamental value. It has historical edification, is a revolutionary cultural relic of high value, has far-reaching historical significance, and is also a rare object for Archaeology and research of Chinese history and culture.