In recent years, ancient coins have been a hot topic in the collection market. At first, such a market has not formed a trend. Most people do not know the value of ancient coins.
[collection name]: Ten copper yuan, a treasure made in Guangxu, Jiangnan Province
In July 1903, the Qing government formulated ten articles of articles of Association for rectifying the circular law, in which it was proposed that copper coins should be made exclusively by the mint, and four bureaus, namely Nanyang (Jiangnan), Beiyang, Guangdong and Hubei, should be kept as branch factories. At the same time of making copper coins, many people put forward the idea of making gold coins. In the 20th century, there was a discussion about the establishment of the standard system. Some people advocated that China should implement the gold standard system. In the case of insufficient gold reserves, the gold exchange standard system (also known as the "virtual gold standard system") could be implemented first.
This currency system uses gold to set the price standard, but the actual circulation of copper yuan in China is copper yuan, which is the value symbol of gold. When there was no condition for the implementation of the gold standard system, the silver standard system was generally advocated at that time. On this premise, there was a "two yuan dispute" in monetary units. Some people claim that silver dollar weighs one or two, while others claim that silver dollar weighs seven yuan and two Fen, that is, it takes yuan as the unit. Xuyuanbao was one of the currency circulating in Guangxu period of Qing Dynasty. Zhang Zhidong, governor of Guangdong and Guangxi, took the lead in introducing the British coinage machine to make silver and copper coins, and then the provinces followed suit. There are 19 provincial bureaus casting.
This piece of Guangxu Yuanbao made in Jiangnan province is worth ten copper yuan. The Pearl circle on the front of the coin is engraved with Guangxu Yuanbao. The upper ring is engraved with Jiangnan Yuanbao. Yisi is engraved on the left and right sides, indicating the date of its casting. The lower ring is engraved with the value of "Dang ten copper yuan". The back of the coin is engraved with the picture of flying dragon playing a pearl, and the upper and lower rings are engraved with English. The coins are old and natural, with a clear deep typing mouth, obvious circulation traces, clear teeth and dragon scales. They have high investment value and collection value. It has historical edification, is a revolutionary cultural relic of high value, has far-reaching historical significance, and is also a rare object for Archaeology and research of Chinese history and culture.
Guangxu Yuanbao of Jiangnan province is a series of coins of mechanism "Guangxu Yuanbao" which was cast by Nanjing mint from the 23rd to the 31st year of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty (1897-1905). It is a legal currency officially cast in Qing Dynasty. But at the end of Qing Dynasty, there was no Jiangnan province. Jiangnan province was established in 1645, the second year of Shunzhi in the Qing Dynasty, and the provincial capital is located in Jiangning (now Nanjing). Jiangnan Province in Qing Dynasty was formerly nanzhili Jiangnan Province in Ming Dynasty, and its scope is roughly equivalent to Jiangsu Province, Shanghai city and Anhui Province today. In the sixth year of Kangxi (1667), the Qing government withdrew Jiangnan province and divided it into two provinces, Jiangsu and Anhui. Nanjing Mint marked its coinage as "made in Jiangnan province", because there was a mint in Suzhou at that time that specialized in the production of copper coins, and its copper coins were all marked as "made in Jiangsu Province". In order to avoid confusion, Nanjing Mint marked its silver coins as "made in Jiangnan province". Jiangnan coinage is the only provincial currency in the history of Chinese currency.
As the only provincial currency in the history of currency, how expensive is the value of Jiangnan province? According to the editor, in April 2013, the Guangxu Yuanbao Jiangnan Province, which was launched at the Hong Kong Spink rare coin fair, made 10 yuan per year in Zuogui Mao, and sold successfully at a price of 6.2 million yuan. All kinds of news data show that many coins similar to Guangxu Yuanbao made in Jiangnan province are still the "fragrant cake" in today's art collection market.
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