子账户配资交易anc子账户配资交易ien子账户配资交易t coins are non-renewable items. One coin is less than the other. C子账户配资交易urrency such as Guangxu Yuanbao, which is rare in the world, is now mostly owned by collectors or museums in Peking University, and it is only occasionally seen at high-end auctions. If we meet each other by chance, it will be regarded as a kind of special bond between collectors and ancient coins.
[Collection Name]: Shuanglong Shouzi Coin Made in Guangdong Province
Guangdong Province made a silver ingot with the double dragon longevity character Guangxu. This coin was cast at the beginning of the 31st year of Guangxu (1905) to commemorate Cixi's seventieth birthday. Zhang Jiong-bo wrote in his article "Silver Coin Made in Guangdong Province:" However, this product is extremely difficult to break suddenly because it is not dated. However, when one looks at its design, it is harmonious and makes a happy life. It encircles Shuanglong and has no English screen. It means praising and wishing. It is very unusual. Therefore, it has become one of the commemorative coins specially made to wish Empress Dowager Cixi 70 years of life. "
Shuanglong Shouzi coins were used by Guangdong Provincial Casting Bureau to dedicate the Qing Dynasty to wish Empress Dowager Cixi a long life, so the amount of coins cast was not large. Most of them were dedicated to the Qing Dynasty or given to the dignitaries at that time, which was rarely seen in folk circulation. The silver coin has "made in Guangdong province" engraved on the upper end of the front bead ring, regular script "Kuping Qiqian 2" or "Kuping Yiliang" engraved on the lower end. The left and right sides of the coin are not used with the ordinary Guangxu silver ingot. Bat patterns are engraved on the two sides. The bead ring has "Guangxu silver ingot" engraved on the four characters. On the back of the silver coin, outside the bead ring, a double dragon play bead pattern is cast, and inside the bead ring, a round "shou" character is cast. The design of silver coins is very characteristic. The pair of bat patterns cast on both sides of the front symbolize good luck. Because bat's word "bat" is homophonic with the word "fu", the bat pattern cast on the coin surface is intended to take the homophonic meaning of "bat" and "fu", which corresponds to the word "shou" on the back, implying "both good and bad luck and longevity". So far, none of the silver and copper coins coined in the dynasties can be compared with the seven-dollar and two-dollar Shouzi coined in Guangdong Province. On the one hand, it is difficult to imitate almost every stroke and decoration of the coin. On the other hand, the double dragons depicted on the back of the silver coin are lifelike and breathtaking. They are very excellent panlong relief works.
This coin is full of legends. One view is that it was coined by the Guangdong government to celebrate the 70th birthday of Empress Dowager Cixi. However, more and more scholars believe that it was coined by the governor of Guangdong to celebrate the 60th birthday of Empress Cixi with fortitude. However, some studies also believe that the coin was not used as a commemorative coin, but was coined when Guangxu's power reached its peak in 1898. It was only because of the palace coup that Guangxu emperor was put into prison by Empress Cixi that the coin failed to circulate.
This ancient coin has a good appearance, clear font, regular shape, unique style, smooth writing style and fine carving. This coin is rare in the world and has a high collection value. We can see that this silver coin has been preserved till now, and its characters are very clear and have distinct characteristics of the times. The collection of ancient coins is a hot topic in today's collection circle. The rare and rare Guangxu Yuanbao copper coin has very high appreciation potential and collection value.