This Qianlong Tongbao spends money on the back with double dragons playing with beads. The front inner circle is in four-character regular script of "Qianlong Tongbao". The double dragon plays with beads on the back. It is made of brass, and the color is yellowish with golden light. Full of pearls. The coin was minted during the reign of Emperor Gaozong of the Qing Dynasty (1736-1795). The double dragon playing with the bead on the back is more complicated. The double dragon is a three-clawed dragon. This is a bronze reward coin.
In the days of close contact with traditional culture, I heard more than once that someone claimed that they had collected "Shuanglong" silver coins of the Qing Dynasty, and that they were "worth millions" at every turn. In fact, according to probability theory, the occurrence of such a thing is very rare. Today we will talk about Qianlong Tongbao Shuanglong Playing Pearl. The number of Qianlong Tongbao Shuanglong Playing Pearls is very small, and it is difficult to see them. I have seen Qianlong Tongbao Shuanglong Playing Pearls ancient coins with a price of one million, which shows their high value.
这枚银币是公元一八八九年光绪十五年，两广总督张之洞采纳了英国汇丰银行的建议，停止铸造七三反银币，改为七二反银币。钱币的特点是：钱币正面有一圈珠子，珠圈上左右各刻着“光绪元宝”四个大字，左右两侧刻有汉文“光绪元宝”四个大字，而在圆圈的四周，则刻着英文“KWANG- MACE ANDAREENS”，两点半和九点半各刻一颗“四花星”，依廓缘环上镌刻着小方齿。钱币背面有一条蟠龙图，上面写着“广东省造”四个汉文，下方刻着“库平七钱二分”四个大字，上面依廓缘环刻着一枚小方齿。均匀铸币的外缘。
This silver coin is from the fifteenth year of Guangxu in 1889. Zhang Zhidong, the governor of Guangdong and Guangxi, adopted the suggestion of the British HSBC to stop minting the seven-three-anti-silver coin and change it to a seven-two anti-silver coin. The characteristics of the coin are: there is a circle of beads on the front of the coin, and the four characters of "Guangxu Yuanbao" are engraved on the left and right sides of the bead circle, and the four characters of "Guangxu Yuanbao" in Chinese are engraved on the left and right sides. "KWANG-MACE ANDAREENS", a "four-flower star" is engraved at 2:30 and 9:30, and small square teeth are engraved on the edge ring. On the back of the coin, there is a picture of a dragon, which reads "Made in Guangdong Province" in four Chinese characters, "Kuping seven coins and two cents" are engraved on the bottom, and a small square tooth is engraved on the edge of the coin. Outer rim of uniform coinage.
Guangxu ingots are popular collectibles, and there are a certain number of collectors. In the early stage, there were powerful buyers in various regions in China who intervened in the Guangxu ingot sector, which controlled the market supply to a certain extent, resulting in a rapid increase in its price. At the same time, the value of Guangxu Yuanbao is also rising simultaneously, and it is expected that the price of Guangxu Yuanbao will continue to rise in the later period. Guangxu Yuanbao records a period of history in my country and has important cultural significance and collection value.
The collection is exquisite in appearance, and its aesthetic style is unique. The fusion of Manchu and Han cultures can hardly be seen on the front of the coin, while the back of the coin clearly indicates the involvement of Western culture. Although coins are small, they can also give a glimpse of social culture. It is packed into the bone, mature and natural, deep typing is clear, circulation traces are obvious, the edges and teeth are clear, and the dragon scales are clear. It has a very high investment value and collection value. It has historical influence, is a revolutionary cultural relic of high value, and has far-reaching historical commemorative significance; at the same time, it is also a rare object for archaeology and research on Chinese history and culture.
"Ziting Yang" silver coin is one of the foreign silver coins circulating in China during the Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China.
The obverse of the coin is a seated statue of the Statue of Liberty holding a baton, with French on both sides. Below the constellation Goddess is the issuance time of the coin. The pattern on the back of the coin is decorated with ears of wheat, and the Chinese free translation of the surrounding text is: French Indochina. "Sitting in the Ocean" comes from the seated statue of the goddess.
One yuan coin is divided into "normal version" and "weighted version", and the normal version is divided into three types: A-word version, H-word version, and no-word version. Among them, the A-word version has the longest time and the largest circulation, while the H-word version and the no-word version have a relatively short release time and naturally have less circulation.
These regular silver coins weigh 27 grams, while the "weighted" version weighs 27.125 grams, so they are called "weighted." The weighted silver coins have only been in circulation for a few years.
Why did the release stop so soon? Because too much silver was used, some people made profits by melting the weighted silver coins. The Bank of France discovered the problem and stopped making the aggravated coins. Therefore, the heavier version of the silver coins has very little stock, and the price is much higher than that of the ordinary version.
There are four denominations in a set of "Ziting Yang" silver coins, which are one yuan, 50 cents, 20 cents, and 10 cents. Each currency is divided into different versions. The round coins were minted from 1885 to 1928, a total of 43 years.
Siyang silver coins have excellent workmanship, clear and beautiful layout, and have high artistic appreciation value and collection value.