Throughout the ancient and modern times, the ancient coins of various periods in China have experienced the test of four thousand years of history. They have a long history and are full of variety. Up to now, the ancient coins are not only the medium of commodity exchange, but also the epitome of the cultural, scientific and technological development of the economic and political systems of various times.
The silver coins of Qing Dynasty were produced by Tianlu Mint General Factory under the unified management of Qing government. They were planned to be issued in the twenty-ninth year of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty and were cast in Xuantong in the third year. The reason why the value of "Silver Coin of Qing Dynasty" is high is that it has a small amount of existence in the world, and it has long been well known in the field of collection for its high value and stable rising trend. It is the most exquisite and royal edition of all the dragon coins cast in Qing Dynasty.
In the three years of Xuantong, the silver coins of the Qing Dynasty were of various types, with novel design and excellent production. They have always been treasured by coin lovers, including long whisker dragon, short whisker dragon, big tail dragon, quxulong and other types. Compared with other coins, its engraving is harmonious and traditional. Its characters and dragon patterns are designed and determined by the famous Western sculptor George himself. It is majestic and domineering. It is more delicate and exquisite in details. It can definitely reach the standard of "national currency" treasures!
The silver coin of the Qing Dynasty has a three-year history of Xuantong. It is exquisite in appearance, bright in color, even in color, exquisite in graphics and text, exquisite in design and craftsmanship. The coin is surrounded by two beads on the front, four characters of "silver coin of the Qing Dynasty" are printed inside the bead circle, Manchu characters on the top and three years of Xuantong characters on the bottom are printed inside the bead circle, and chrysanthemum patterns are used on both sides for decoration; Qian has the face value of "one yuan" printed on his back, and is surrounded by a powerful quxulong. It is connected from head to tail, flying in the clouds, with a handsome and majestic body. The English version of "one dollar" is printed on the bottom of the outer ring. After years of baptism, coins still have clear patterns, bright silver and intact appearance. Its collection value is self-evident.
"Silver coin of Qing Dynasty" is a lifelike dragon on the back. In China, collectors like this coin very much, because the Chinese nation is a descendant of the dragon. According to folklore, the dragon on the back of the "Silver Coin of the Qing Dynasty" can increase a person's luck and make him always seek good fortune and avoid bad luck under the protection of dragon spirit. Therefore, the silver coins of Qing Dynasty have been deeply loved by collectors, and they invest in rare treasures.