Silver coins of the Qing Dynasty were coined by Tianjin Mint General Factory in 1911. At that time, the Qing government wanted to unify the currency system, and hired overseas senior technicians to design and manufacture the three-year Xuantong Qing silver coin carefully. There were six or seven formats, among which Quxulong was one. New coins have just been successfully minted, coinciding with the Wuchang Uprising, so most of the new silver coins died in the womb, leaving only a small amount of sample coins. Quxulong is named for its special back dragon, which belongs to the nature of sample and is valued for its exquisite pattern and rare existence. People who play with collections will basically collect some silver and ancient coins. Xiaowei is no exception. As a young girl who loves collecting, today I will tell you about the currency circulated in Xuantong period of late Qing Dynasty - Qing silver coins. These silver coins are very beautiful and beautiful. Especially the shape of the dragon on the back is vivid and the design is delicate, which is loved by many collectors. Its price has been steadily rising.