The Qing Dynasty
bronze coins, Guangxu Yuanbao (when 10) a group
Collection Name: (1) Da Qing Copper Coin Department (2) Guang Xu Yuan Bao Dangshi collection specification: (1) diameter 28.5 mm weight 22 grams (2) diameter 39 mm weight 26.7 grams weight 27 grams (2) diameter 39.1 mm weight 27 grams diameter 39.63 mm weight 26.7 grams
The Qing Dynasty Copper Coin, Guangxu Yuanbao, the scientific name of the mechanism of the Qing Dynasty Copper Circle. Casting began in 1900(Qing Guangxu twenty-six) , to 1911(Xuantong three years) , circulation time is short. Because of its elegant layout design, well-carved, and very rare, the Qing Dynasty copper coins Guangxu Hubu was known as one of the top ten modern Chinese coins.
There were many forms of bronze coins in the Qing Dynasty, especially when ten were the most. Many emperors of Qing Dynasty issued copper coins as currency, the use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, so that the trade is gradually facilitated. Today, however, there is a certain value to be had in the collection of copper coins of the Hands All Over, and many collectors have made it their goal to collect a wide variety of copper coins.
Guangxu Yuanbao, known as the treasure of silver and yuan in the world of currency collection, was a product of the combination of Manchu and Han culture, because the Qing Dynasty was dominated by the Manchus, so Guangxu Yuanbao also incorporated some Manchu cultural factors. It is the most influential silver coin among the nearly one thousand kinds of modern Chinese silver coins, and it is also an important role in the reform of Chinese currency system. Because it is physical currency, due to the recognition of precious metals, as well as a strong sense of historical and cultural identity, so the collection is not a small number of people. As long as the hands of folk collectors have a high "value" , its survival is rare, so it is more valuable in value