Copper coins of the Qing Dynasty, the scientific name of the Qing Dynasty mechanism copper circle, began in 1900 (26 years of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty) and ended in 1911 (three years of Xuantong). Although casting circulation time is only more than ten years, in its heyday, there were 17 provinces and 20 bureaus all over the country to start casting copper round. The seventeenth and twentieth bureaus successively cast ten bronze circles, each with different formats. There are hundreds of different formats just by obvious distinction. If divided by subtle differences, its format is more than 1000. Therefore, the contemporary copper circle collectors always have the greatest pleasure in searching for different formats of copper circles. In Qing Dynasty, there were many types of copper circular plates, especially Dang Shi. At the end of the Qing Dynasty, all the 20 bureaus of 17 provinces started to cast copper round, and all of them were cast as ten bronze round, while only some provincial bureaus cast Erwen, Wuwen and 20 bronze round. Therefore, the collection methods of copper circles listed in this paper are only as far as ten copper circles are concerned.
In the 26th year of Guangxu (1900), Li Hongzhang was certified to have cast copper yuan in Guangdong. The bronze coins in the Qing Dynasty are mainly divided into two categories: the first type of coin book "Guangxu Yuanbao" and the second type of coin book "Daqing Copper coin". In addition to Guangdong, there are more than 20 foundries in Fujian, Hubei, Sichuan and Qingjiang. Sichuan is a major copper-yuan casting province. From 1903 to December 1917, the two official factories in Chengdu and Chongqing ranked first in the country in the number of copper-yuan cast.
Collection name: Da Qing Copper Coin(Central Sichuan) When making money ten text
Collection specification: Weight: 7.78 g; Diameter: 28.56 mm
This large copper coin was made in the middle of the year of the Ministry of Commerce, and the middle word table was large, commonly known as Dachangchuan; The back of the dragon pattern is cast with beads, so it is also called the Pearl circle Dragon. The dragon pattern is clear. If it is carved with a knife, the casting process is brilliant, and the dragon body pattern is exquisite, and it is set off by the sea of clouds. It looks like a dragon soaring. Sky oil painting, extremely magnificent, beautiful and moving! It is a beautiful product in the same kind of money.
Up and down the thousands of years, the dragon has penetrated all aspects of Chinese society and has become a kind of cultural cohesion and accumulation. Dragon has become a symbol of China, a symbol of the Chinese nation, and a symbol of Chinese culture. For each of the descendants of the Yellow Emperor, the image of the dragon is a symbol, an idea, and a feeling linked by flesh and blood. The terms "descendants of the dragon" and "descendants of the dragon" often make us excited, excited, and proud. In China, collectors are extremely fond of dragon-pattern coins because according to folklore, the dragon on the back of the "Great Qing Copper Coin" can increase a person's gas and make it always under the protection of dragon gas. "Da Qing copper coin", the back is a lifelike Dragon. In China, collectors love this coin very much because the Chinese nation is the descendant of the dragon. According to folklore, the dragon on the back of the "Great Qing Copper Coin" can increase a person's luck and make it always under the protection of Longqi., to avoid evil. So this coin has always been a favorite of collectors. The Daqing Copper Coin in this article is not only natural, but also very old. It is very complete in all aspects of the product. It is very different from the fake currency in the market and is difficult to see. The collection value space is greatly worth the collection of Tibetan friends..
“Sìchuān hóng jǐn táng shì yījiā jí yìshù pǐn xiàn shàngxiàn xià zhǎnlǎn zhǎnxiāo, wénhuà jiāoliú, yìshù jiànshǎng yú yītǐ de zònghé xìng yùnyíng gōngsī; yǐ” jíqǔ zhōngguó zhìhuì, hóngyáng zhōngguó jīngshén, chuàngzào zhōngguó jiàzhí” de jīngyíng shílì, yǐ gāozhānyuǎnzhǔ de shìyě, jījí de cèhuà yùnzuò nénglì, jí jù kāità jīngshén de tuánduì, yǐnlǐng zhōngguó wénhuà zǒuxiàng shìjiè.