Quxulong the dragon in the Qing Dynasty. It's named for its short and curved beard. It's lifted against the long beard dragon. The silver coins of the Qing Dynasty in the third year of Xuantong began to be minted in 1911, and many types of silver coins were minted. However, due to various reasons, only the silver coins of the three years of Xuantong in the "quxulong" version were officially minted and circulated, and the other types belonged to the trial minted sample coins, which had not been used in circulation. Therefore, the silver coins of the three years of Xuantong in the Qing Dynasty seen by the people were not many types of "quxulong".
[name]: silver coin of Qing Dynasty
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In the second year of Xuantong (1910), the Qing government unified the right of coinage in the central government. It was stipulated that the unit was yuan (yuan), which weighed seven yuan and two cents per yuan. It was named as "Qing silver coin"; in the third year of Xuantong (1911), the model was made again, and the trial production of Qing silver coins was carried out. There were many types of Panlong designs, including long, short, tail, anti, quxulong and signature plates. In order to rectify the confusion of currency system caused by scattered coinage, the Qing government devoted itself to the rectification and reform of currency system. In addition to the unification of the Ming Dynasty's fixed coinage right to the central government, the style, unit, weight and quality of the coinage were also formulated in detail. The silver coin "quxulong" is one of its members. This series of coins, with complete system and exquisite production, is unprecedented in the history of Chinese currency. This currency is called "national currency" and "Xuansan" in Tibet. Both the literal and longmian of "quxulong" were designed and finalized by George himself, and his signature appeared on both sides of the signature plate.
The obverse of this collection is divided into two parts: inner ring and outer ring. The inner ring is engraved with four big characters of "big Qing silver coin", while the outer ring is engraved with four small characters of "three years of Xuantong" in regular script and Manchu respectively. At first sight, the currency belongs to high-grade silver coin. The details are exquisite and complete, the design is neat, the lines are smooth, and the die is deep and precipitous, which is particularly striking. On the reverse side of the coin, the English version of "one dollar" is printed on the bottom of the outer ring, while the inner ring is a dragon flying from left to right along the edge. The dragon head is on the top, the dragon ball is under the word "round", the dragon eye is concave and protruding, the bridge of the nose is pretty, the beard is short and curved, accompanied by auspicious clouds, and the carving is lifelike and majestic. The two characters of "one yuan" engraved in the middle not only show the market value of the coins at that time, but also show the different royal style in the feudal society.
The silver coins of the Qing Dynasty, with the influence of the former history, are of high value as innovative cultural relics, with profound significance as a souvenir of the former history. A small ancient coin contains rich prehistoric elements. Nowadays, although there are not many fine ancient coins inherited in the world, the value of each fine ancient coin is not poor, which is worth collecting!
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