Chong Ning Chong Bao, one of China's ancient coins, was cast at the end of the Northern Song Dynasty and has the largest number of editions. According to statistics, there are about 300 editions of Chong Ning Chong Bao. Every year, different editions are discovered by experts or Tibetan friends. This is a great treasure. During the reign of Emperor Chongning of the Northern Song Dynasty, the official script of the face-to-face inscription "Chongning Chongbao" was read with a bare back. The coin was covered with natural paste, with a thorough rust color, a correct outline, a clean wearing wheel, handsome and handsome writing, simple and elegant modeling, and a sense of vicissitudes of history.
[Collection Name]: Chong Ning Chong Bao
In January 1100 AD, Emperor Zhezong of the Northern Song Dynasty died. His brother Zhao Ji succeeded Song Huizong, the eighth emperor of the Northern Song Dynasty. Huizong was "skillful in nature and superior to craftsmanship". He indulged in calligraphy and painting all day long and ignored Chaogang. During his reign, he successively cast six kinds of coins. Chong Ning and Chong Bao made a lot of money from official script copper and iron, making them excellent. In this article, the coin with the inscription "Chong Ning Chong Bao" is Song Huizong's "thin gold body" and its surface is covered with copper rust. This piece of Chong Ning Chong Bao handed down from ancient times is also covered with black or copper paste due to oxidation in the air. The overall structure is rigorous and solemn, of primitive simplicity and founder, the money is thick, bronze and rusty.
About this money, there is a legend, saying that Cai Jing wrote his face, and when he wrote it, he purposely linked the mountain with zong's vertical pen. The omission of the word "heart" from the traditional Chinese character "ning" has been accused of "intentionally breaking the song dynasty but unintentionally calming the country." However, up to now, no coins written in this way have been found. It is still a mystery that they cannot be verified. Chong Ning Chong Bao was cast during the reign of Emperor Chong Ning of the Northern Song Dynasty (1102-1106 A.D.). The coins were made of copper, iron and silver. Chong Ning Chong Bao is rich in copper and iron for official script. It is well-made and well-made, and has a long history. In addition, Chong Ning Tong Bao's Qian Wen is the thin gold body of the imperial calligraphy of Hui Emperor, with iron and silver hooks. It has the charm of a clear and elegant character. Its calligraphy is superb and can be called the peak of regular script in coins. The world regards this as "the first spring of the song dynasty" and, together with Xin mang, calls it the "two saints" of China's money distribution, which has a certain collection value.
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