The Guangxu Yuan in the 34th year of Guangxu dynasty was made by the Beiyang Silver Dollar Bureau (formerly known as the Beiyang Machine Bureau) in the 34th year of Guangxu Dynasty (1908). The central bead ring on the obverse side of the silver coin engraved with the Chinese characters "Guangxu yuan Bao", the upper end of the bead ring engraved with the Chinese words "Made in beiyang", the lower end engraved with the Chinese currency "Kuping seven qian two", and the left and right ends each engraved with a spot. Silver coin back engraved panlong drawing in the center, the upper ring engraved English "Guangxu 34 years" engraved English "Beiyang", the left and right ends slightly lower side each engraved a dot. Guangxu yuan Bao was one of the COINS circulated during the Reign of Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty. A total of 19 provincial bureau casting, in addition to the central ministry, the local province casting copper. It was one of the first to introduce overseas technology to print and circulate currency, which also has some historical significance for today.
"Guangxu yuan Bao" is one of the earliest mechanism COINS in China. It is one of the top ten honorary COINS in modern Mechanism COINS of China, commonly known as "Longyang". It is named after the dragon pattern on the back of the coin. It has important practical and historical significance, and coupled with the late Qing Dynasty, the Republic of China repeatedly war and other factors, some of the more precious Guangxu silver has been rare in the world, the collection value is high. The development of beiyang silver reflected the advance and retreat of China's monetary policy in the late Qing Dynasty, and each time it broke off, it also recorded a historical turbulence. Understanding the history of coinage and the changing process of the mint can not only understand the historical value of silver, but also improve the cognition of the types, fineness, dragon pattern and tooth edge characteristics of silver in different periods.
Guangxu yuan Bao was one of the COINS circulated during the Reign of Emperor Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty. Zhang Zhidong, governor of Hubei province and Guangdong Province, took the lead in introducing British coinage machines to cast silver and copper COINS, which were followed by other provinces. A total of 19 provincial bureau casting, except the central ministry of households, the local province of the cast copper yuan, all engraved on the front edge of the province name.
This piece of Guangxu Yuanbao made in Beiyang is a 34 year old edition. On the obverse side of the silver coin, the Chinese character "Guangxu Yuanbao" was engraved inside the central bead circle. On the outside of the bead circle, the Chinese character "made in Beiyang" was engraved on the upper end, and the currency value of "Kuping seven coins and two Fen" was engraved at the lower end, and a dot was engraved on the left and right ends respectively. On the back of the silver coin, a dragon is engraved in the middle, the upper ring is inscribed with "the 34th year of the reign of Emperor Guangxu" in English, and the English word "Beiyang" is engraved on the lower side. A dot is engraved on the left and right ends of the coin. This Beiyang made Guangxu Yuanbao is well preserved, naturally coated, exquisitely made and of high quality. The characters are bulging, the strokes are round and deep. The regular script calligraphy is very dignified and grand, and the frame structure is balanced and extended. The dragon's design has a vivid and bright look. The Dragon scales are arranged in a fine and neat way, and the Pearl grains are not empty and sticky. The Dragon claws are open and vigorous. The edge teeth are standard, the ring teeth are convex, the particles are clear, and the floor seal is flat and smooth.
The pieces in the collection are exquisite and their aesthetic personality is unique. The fusion of Manchu and Han cultures can be seen on the front of the coin, while the back of the coin clearly indicates the involvement of Western culture. Its package pulp into bone, ripe old natural, deep typing mouth understand, circulation marks significant, side teeth clearance, dragon scale clear, with high investment value and preservation value. It has the edification of pre-history, is the innovation cultural relic of high value, has the profound implication of pre-history; The Guangxu yuan Treasure is a kind of special money and silver in the Guangxu Period of the Qing Dynasty. It has the characteristics of the Qing Dynasty. Because of the unstable situation at that time, there were special forges in almost every province of the country. As a result, we will find that the money and silver of that era have distinct inscriptions on them, indicating the mint in which province they were forged.
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