This collection is "Guangxu Silver coin is not a couple of double dragons", the silver coin front central circle engraved "Guangxu Silver coin" four words, outside the two sides of the circle engraved "Dingwei" two words and a pair of double dragon opera beads (Shouzi) pattern. On the back of the silver coin, the word "one or two" is engraved in the center, and the two dragons are engraved with double dragon beads on both sides. On the back and abdomen of the two dragons, three clouds are engraved, and on the bottom of the two dragons are engraved with waves. Dragon drawings on the front and back are totally different. This Guangxu Yuanbao has a very small circulation, not one or two, complete appearance, well-preserved, with a certain sense of pulp age, has great collection value.
Silver coin, representing the modern monetary culture of China, reflects the ups and downs and vicissitudes of our modern history, economy and finance, has high artistic and cultural value, and also has a certain function of preservation and appreciation. In recent years, rare old silver coins continue to be popular outside auction venues, and the trading performance of rare silver coins on the Internet is also remarkable. After more than ten years of cultivation, the coin auction market represented by machine-made coins has finally made a big splash. Even compared with overseas markets, the mainland market is not inferior at present. Collectors and investors have richer knowledge, wider horizons, and profound changes have taken place in their concepts. They are more demanding in their pursuit of collections. On the premise of rarity and rarity, they pay more attention to the perfection and future value of collections.
Silver coins are a large collection of machine-made coins, which have always attracted the attention of many collectors. Different versions of silver coins have their own unique charm and are worthy of deep appreciation by collectors. Because these coins are non-renewable and very few in stock, the value of the collection is incalculable. Nowadays, precious coins have been seized by collectors and museums. Only occasionally can they be seen at high-end auctions.
From the time of Chongzhen in Ming Dynasty to the eve of liberation, more than 640 kinds of silver coins were issued in China. Among them, "Pingyuan two silver yuan, Guangxu silver coin (Dingwei) two dragons, Wushen silver coin one or two" in Fengtian Province, Pingyuan one or two in Shaanxi Province and "Shanghai in Hong Kong" were made. One and two silver yuan, seven yuan in Guangxu, Hubei Province, and one yuan in Sun Yat-sen's Earth-like edition are rare items in the old edition.
In the 1930s (1907) of Guangxu, the General Mint of Duzhi Branch tried to produce Tingwei silver coins, but the "Guangxu silver coins" coined at that time were originally intended to blend the silver coins of the Qing Dynasty and the Yuan Bao of Guangxu and make innovations, which turned out to be self-defeating.
At that time, the coin was used as a birthday celebration, and the amount of coinage was limited. Then it was recovered by the Qing government, and fewer people knew it. As the top ten treasures of Modern Silver dollar, the exquisite craftsmanship and collection value of Guangxu silver coin Shuanglong-12 has always been amazed by the world. At present, its stock is extremely rare.
It is also the most exquisite representative of China's silver-based monetary system. In order to embody the authority of the Manchu and Qing imperial power system in the monetary field, its designers and manufacturers made exquisite designs regardless of cost.
Its artistic level and anti-counterfeiting ability have not been surpassed so far. There is only one such Guangxu silver coin handed down from generation to generation. It is recognized by collectors at home and abroad as a great treasure of modern Chinese silver coin, and it is also one of the artistic treasures bearing the circulation history and culture of modern Chinese silver coin.
Guangxu silver coin (Dingwei) Shuanglong one or two is one of the standard silver coins of the Qing Dynasty designed and formally minted by the Qing government branch. The annual branch of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty (1907) was minted by Tianjin Mint General Factory. Because the casting amount is small and handed down scarcely, most of the folk collectors have not seen the real object.
Guangxu silver coin Shuanglong one or two is one of the sample coins circulated briefly during the period of Guangxu. As the top ten treasures of Modern Silver coin, its exquisite craftsmanship and collection value have always been amazed by the world. At present, its stock and rarity are very rare. It is the most exquisite representative of China's silver-based monetary system. In order to embody the authority of the Manchu and Qing imperial power system in the monetary field, its designers and manufacturers made exquisite designs regardless of cost. Its artistic level and anti-counterfeiting ability have not been surpassed so far. Only one of these Guangxu silver coins survived in the world. It is recognized as a great treasure of modern Chinese silver coins by collectors at home and abroad.
Although this "Guangxu (Tingwei) Double Dragon One or Two" silver coin was put on the market in that year, its circulation time on the market was not very long, and it was later fully recovered. In fact, the actual casting volume of this coin in that year was not much, and it can be well circulated and preserved to this day, very few, very rare.