[Tibet. Recommendation] column for the strong dissemination effect of the collection to recommend to buyers the selected art treasures by experts at the first level of national appraisal, to bridge the gap for Tibetans, so that the value of thousands of art treasures are excavated and valued, and high-priced transactions can be concluded in the auction.
【藏 品 名 称】 ：光绪元宝/大清铜币
【藏 品 类 型】 : 钱币
【藏 品 信 息】 :直径：32.7mm/28.4mm 厚度：1.4mm/1.4mm 重量：9.5g/6.5g
[collection name]: Guangxu Yuanbao / Qing copper coins
Collection type: Coins
[collection information]: diameter: 32.7mm/28.4mm thickness: 1.4mm/1.4mm weight: 9.5g/6.5g
In the Guangxu period, the corrupt late Qing Dynasty, in order to achieve temporary stability, cut off land for compensation year after year, combined with foreign powers' extortion, resulting in the loss of a large number of silver in China. Under the initiative of Li Hongzhang and other ministers, the Qing government, in order to resist and ban foreign money that is not good enough, approved Li Hongzhang, governor of Guangdong and Guangxi, to purchase advanced coin making machinery in the UK Shi took the lead in setting up China's first Mint in Guangdong Province. After the successful trial casting, all the provinces in the country rushed to follow suit one after another. They established their own mints. For a while, the mints were flourishing in China. There are many versions of Guangxu Yuanbao.
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. In recent years, the price of Guangxu Yuanbao, which is made in Jiangnan Province, has been increasing gradually because of its small amount of existence and is more and more popular with collectors.
In recent years, the price of silver dollar has been rising, especially taking Guangxu Yuanbao as an example. In 2013, an intact "Guangxu Yuanbao" was sold at a price of 3 million yuan, which became a thunderclap in the collection industry. Scholars believe that the collection value of "Guangxu Yuanbao" is immeasurable, and it is a "partial gate" in the collection market of antiques. In addition, the use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, so Therefore, this Guangxu Yuanbao of Qingjiang provided by antiques has a very high collection value, and the ancient coins are non renewable. For example, this Guangxu Yuanbao is rare in the world, and now it has been searched by major collectors and museums. Only occasionally can it be seen in the antiques auction, so it is extremely precious, which is really a good collection!
The obverse of this Guangxu Yuanbao is along the periphery of the outer ring, with meaningful toothed decorative stripes. Inside, there are evenly arranged dot bead rings. Inside the bead ring, there are four traditional kaishu characters of Guangxu Yuanbao on the top, bottom, left and right. In the center of the four characters, there are Manchu inscription of Guangxu Yuanbao. Two anti-counterfeiting dots are set on the top of the Yuanbao on the left and right. The mottled rust on the coin surface witnessed the change of history. With the passage of time, Guangxu Yuanbao also lost a lot. As we all know, rare antiques are precious. The Yuanbao is well preserved with clear texture and is a rare treasure among Guangxu Yuanbao.
此藏品，总重约：6.5g 直径：28.4mm，包含大清铜币户部当制钱十文“云字版”钱面中央有“大清铜币”四个汉字，内嵌一小字代表地名“云“，上端是满文“大清铜币”字样，两侧为年份。边缘中间分别“户部”二汉字，下端为“当制钱十文”。钱背中央为蟠龙，上端是“光绪年造”，下端英文“Tai-Ching Ti-Kuo Coper Coin”字样(大清帝国铜币)。整体无论文字和纹饰，皆十分精到，凸凹鲜明，文字笔划和纹饰线条圆滚，显示模具冲压着力深打。此组藏品雕刻精良，版面设计优雅，且存世量极为稀少，极具收藏价值。
bronze coin of Qing Dynasty is one of the ten famous coins in modern China. Its fame is determined by its historical and rarity. As we all know, the collection value of ancient coins is determined by the amount of existence, cultural value and casting technology. "Qing Dynasty copper coins" were minted in 20 provinces. In addition to the central household casting, the copper circles cast by local provinces are all engraved with the names of yin and Yang provinces in the center of the front. There are: central Hubu; Zhi; Ji; Feng; Bian; E; Xiang; Chuan; Yun; Dian; Chuan Dian; Gan; min; Yue; zhe; Su; Huai; Wan; Dong; Ning. Among them, Jizi is the least; Chuandian and Yunzi are the second; Dian, Gan, Su, Zhe and Dong are the second.
There were many types of copper coins in the Qing Dynasty, especially the ten. A number of Qing emperors issued copper coins as circulation currency. The use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, making the transaction more and more convenient. Mr. Liu Yiqian, a famous collector, once said that the Qing Dynasty copper coins, like this kind of coins, have always been the dream of big collectors. For this collection with great collection value, it is fate and luck to collect. In China, collectors like this coin very much, because the Chinese nation is the descendant of the dragon. For thousands of years, dragon has permeated all aspects of Chinese society and become a kind of cultural cohesion and accumulation. The dragon has become a symbol of China, a symbol of the Chinese nation and a symbol of Chinese culture. According to the folklore, the dragon on the back of "Qing Dynasty copper coin" can increase one's fortune and make one pursue good fortune and avoid bad luck under the protection of dragon's spirit. Therefore, this kind of coin has been loved by collectors.
This collection, with a total weight of about 6.5g and a diameter of 28.4mm, contains four Chinese characters of "big Qing copper coin" in the middle of the ten characters of "cloud character version" for making money in the Department of big Qing copper coin. A small character is embedded to represent the place name "cloud". The upper end is the Manchu character "big Qing copper coin", and the two sides are years. In the middle of the edge, there are two Chinese characters "Hubu", and in the lower end, there are ten characters "Dangqian". The central part of Qian Bei is a pan dragon, the upper part is made in the year of Guangxu, and the lower part is Tai Ching Ti Kuo copper coin. As a whole, no matter the characters and patterns, they are very sophisticated, with distinct convex and concave. The strokes and lines of the characters and patterns are round, which shows that the die stamping force is deep. This collection is well carved, elegant in layout, and rare in existence, with great collection value.