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【名 称】： 大清铜币湘字版
【藏 品 类 型】: 钱 币
【藏 品 年 代】： 清 代
【藏 品 信 息】: 直径：25.5mm 重：7.29g
[name]: Xiang type copper coin of Qing Dynasty
[collection type]: Coins
Collection date: Qing Dynasty
[collection information]: diameter: 25.5mm weight: 7.29g
As the last feudal dynasty in China, many cultural relics left by the Qing Dynasty have very high historical collection value. The copper coins of Qing Dynasty were born in the background of the times. As an important medium of material exchange, copper coins played a very important role in the history of Qing Dynasty. Its design and casting in that era skillfully borrowed the "popular elements" of that time, added it to the copper coins and played a perfect inlay role. The addition of these external factors laid a solid foundation for the extremely high collection value of copper coins in the Qing Dynasty.
On the obverse side of the coin, there is "Qing Dynasty copper coin" inside the bead circle, with a character of "Xiang" in the center representing the place name. The outer edge of the bead circle is engraved with Manchu characters. On the side of the coin, the year "Bingwu" of Ganzhi in Chinese is cast, and the lower margin is "Dangqian Shiwen", and the left and right are "Hubu"; On the back of the coin is engraved with "made in Guangxu year", surrounded by English. There is a dragon in the center. The lines are clear, like those made by knife carving. Moreover, the dragon body lines are exquisite. It looks like a painting of a dragon flying in the sky. It is extremely magnificent. If you touch it with your hands, you can feel the cool surface, concave and convex, and the dragon patterns and characters are quite good. As a historical relic, this coin has far-reaching commemorative significance and is a rare object for Archaeology and Research on Chinese history and culture.
China's money and silver civilization embodies the wisdom and talent of the Chinese nation for thousands of years, and also creates a systematic, dazzling and unique Oriental money and silver civilization. The collection value of ancient coins is determined by the quantity of coins, the quantity of coins in the world, the techniques and techniques, the records of documents, and the quality and quality of coins. Generally speaking, the less the coins are cast, the less they exist and the higher the degree of rarity.
This copper coin of Qing Dynasty, weight: 7.29G, diameter: 25.5mm. On the obverse side of the coin, there are four characters of "Da Qing copper coin" in the Pearl circle, with "Xiang" in the center circle, Manchu characters on the upper ring outside the bead circle, two characters of "C", "Wu" and "Hu" and "bu" on the left and right sides, and "dangzhi Shiwen" in the lower ring; on the back side of the coin, there are flat dragon patterns in the bead circle, and "Guangxu Nian Zao" in the upper ring, and English characters in the lower ring. The characters are beautiful and majestic. The dragon patterns on the back are deep and clear. They are majestic. The coins are exquisite in casting. They are coated naturally and wear naturally. The circulation traces are obvious. They are full of vicissitudes. They are of high collection value.