Yuanbao of Guangxu is one of the currency circulating in Guangxu period of Qing Dynasty. Zhang Zhidong, the governor of Guangdong and Guangxi, took the lead in introducing the British coinage machine to make silver and copper coins. Later, the provinces followed suit and made coins in 19 provinces. During the reign of Guangxu, a series of silver coins were minted. However, the Yuanbao of Guangxu made in Jiangnan was extremely rare and precious because it was not easy to circulate and use.
[collection name]: Guangxu Yuanbao Jiangnan zaogengzi library, seven coins and two cents
Guangxu Yuanbao of Jiangnan province refers to the "Guangxu Yuanbao" series of silver coins, which was cast by Nanjing mint from the 23rd to the 31st year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1897-1905). It is a legal circulation silver coin officially cast in the Qing Dynasty. But at the end of Qing Dynasty, there was no system of 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 silver coins 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". It is the only provincial silver coin with no real name in the history of Chinese currency.
Guangxu Yuanbao is a large category of silver coin collection, which has always been concerned by many collectors. Guangxu Yuanbao of different editions has unique charm and is worthy of deep appreciation. Especially taking the Guangxu Yuanbao made in Jiangnan Province as an example, in the online auction of coins, the Guangxu Yuanbao made in Jiangnan province and Guangxi Province are very popular and become the focus of many buyers.
After more than ten years of cultivation, the money auction market represented by mechanism money finally flourished. Even compared with the overseas market, the current mainland market is not inferior. Collectors and investors have more knowledge, broader vision and profound changes in their ideas. They are more demanding in their pursuit of the collection. On the premise of being rare and precious, they pay more attention to the perfect appearance and future value of the collection.
This fine coin "Guangxu Yuanbao Jiangnan province made gengzi library with seven coins and two cents", has unique dragon pattern and scales on its back, such as many pearls inlaid, so it is also called "Pearl Dragon" version. As can be seen from the photos, the characters and patterns are very exquisite, with distinct convex and concave. The strokes and lines of the characters and patterns are round and round, which shows that the stamping force of the mold is deep, resulting in the exquisite products, and the technological level is also beyond the fake up to now.
The seven coins and two cents of Guangxu Yuanbao treasury of zaogengzi in Jiangnan province was minted by Nanjing Mint in the 26th year of Guangxu (1900). On the obverse of the silver coin, the Pearl circle is engraved with the four characters of "Guangxu Yuanbao" in Chinese, on the top of the circle is engraved with "made in Jiangnan province", on the bottom is engraved with the word "Kuping seven coins and two cents", on the left and right sides are engraved with the word "gengzi" in the year of Ganzhi. The silver coin is engraved with a Pearl Dragon on the back, the English "Jiangnan province" on the top, the English coin weight "Kuping seven coins and two cents" on the bottom, and a six flower star on the left and right respectively.
The collection is exquisite in appearance and unique in aesthetic style. The integration of Manchu and Han culture is rarely seen in the front of coins, but the involvement of western culture is clearly indicated in the back of money. It has the advantages of deep typing, clear circulation trace, clear dragon scale, 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 is a public collection with a certain number of collectors. In the early stage, powerful buyers from all regions in China intervened in the Guangxu Yuanbao sector, controlling the market supply to a certain extent, leading to a rapid rise in its price. At the same time, the value of Guangxu Yuanbao is also rising. From the acceptance of collectors and citizens, it is expected that the price of Guangxu Yuanbao will continue to rise in the later period. Guangxu Yuanbao records a period of history in China, which has important cultural significance and collection value.
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