For collectors of machine-made copper coins, the "three years and ten articles of Xuantong copper coins in the Qing Dynasty" can be described as a popular variety in the market, especially the good-looking or original light coins are sought after by copper coin lovers. In the third year of Xuantong (1911), the lunar calendar is 1911, and the decadent Qing Dynasty wants to unify the currency system and stipulate the price comparison between copper and silver dollars, Two new versions of "Qing copper coins" were created in Tianjin mint, with the Dragon symbolizing imperial power in the middle, commonly known as "word wrapped dragon".
In the qing dynasty, the casting of machine-made copper circles began in 1900 (the 26th year of the reign of emperor guangxu of the qing dynasty) and ended in 1911 (the third year of xuantong). Although the circulation time of casting is only more than 10 years, its peak period of the country has 17 provinces 20 bureau open casting copper round. Seventeen provinces twenty bureau has been cast when ten copper circle, different, various format. There are hundreds of different formats, just with distinct distinctions. If divided with fine distinction, its format is in 1000 kinds above. Therefore, contemporary collectors often search for different patterns of copper circles as the greatest pleasure.
The coin is wrapped in an old paste. On the front side of the coin, the upper edge is four characters of "xuantong three years", the lower edge is seven characters of "100 pieces as a silver coin", and in the middle is a circle of beads, with double grain grain and vertical "ten characters". Back: outer edge for vertical reading "qing dynasty copper coin" four-character equidistant distribution, the middle of the circle, circle for a flat dragon. Overall view, the production of fine, neat modeling, design design simple and generous.
Xuantong three years of the qing dynasty copper COINS one, this copper coin style and our common qing dynasty copper COINS completely different, the version is very new. The front of the coin is composed of two parts. On the outside, the four characters of "qing dynasty copper coin" are listed above the surface of the coin. Dragon head left, open mouth, domineering leakage, very powerful. The other side of the copper coin is also composed of two parts, the inner circle center vertical line engraved "ten text" two character ji value, the peripheral lower margin engraved two bundles of intersecting wheat decoration, text and pattern into a row, giving a harmonious aesthetic feeling. "Xuantong three years" is carved on the top of the ring on the side of the side of the road. Underneath, from right to left, is the inscription "one hundred pieces for one dollar." This coin has been passed down through the long years, the product appearance is still good, its shape, good quality, unique style, is a good copper coin.
In China, ancient coins once became the favorite of the collection industry, because the Chinese nation is the descendant of the dragon. In folklore, the dragon on the back of the "Qing copper coin" can increase a person's luck and make him pursue good luck and avoid bad luck under the protection of the dragon spirit. Therefore, ancient coins have always been loved by collectors. There are many types of copper coins in the Qing Dynasty. Many Qing emperors issued copper coins as circulating currency during their reign. The use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, which gradually facilitated the transaction. Today, the Qing Dynasty copper coins also have a certain collection value. They are rarely issued and have a very high collection value.
There were many types of copper coins in the Qing Dynasty, especially when they were ten. Many Qing emperors issued copper coins as circulating currency during their reign. The use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, which gradually facilitated the transaction. Nowadays, the Qing Dynasty copper coins also have a certain collection value. Many collectors love the Qing Dynasty copper coins, and collecting a variety of copper coins has become their goal.
Although this copper coin of the Qing Dynasty has experienced the baptism of infinite years, it is still well preserved. Its color is bright and natural, the depth of decoration is moderate, the thickness of edge lines is uniform, and the spacing is also consistent. This ten Wen Qing copper coin is a high-quality silver dollar with high collection value, and its future value appreciation is unlimited.