The Qing copper coin is one of the top ten famous products in modern China's mechanism coins, which is famous because of its historicity and rarity. As we all know, the collection value of ancient coins is determined by the amount of existence, cultural value and casting technology. There are 20 provincial bureaus casting the "Qing Copper Coin" as ten copper coins. Except those cast by the central household department, all copper circles cast by local provinces are engraved with the abbreviation of the provincial name of Yin or Yang in the front center. Including: the central household department; Straight; Ji; Serve; Dike; E; Xiang; Chuan; Clouds; Yunnan; Sichuan and Yunnan; Gan; Min; Guangdong; Zhejiang; Sue; Huai; Anhui; East; Ning. Among them, auspicious characters are the least; Sichuan, Yunnan and Yunzi are second; Yunnan, Jiangxi, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and East are repeated.
There are many layouts of copper coins in Qing Dynasty, especially when they are ten. Many Qing emperors issued copper coins as currency in circulation when they were in power. The use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, which makes the transaction gradually convenient. Mr. Liu Yiqian, a well-known collector, once said: Copper coins of Qing Dynasty, like this kind of coins, have always been the dream of big collectors, and it is fate and blessing to collect this collection with great collection value. In China, collectors like this coin very much, because the Chinese nation is a descendant of dragons. For thousands of years, dragons have penetrated all aspects of Chinese society and become a kind of cultural cohesion and accumulation. Dragon has become the symbol of China, the symbol of Chinese nation and Chinese culture. According to folklore, the dragon on the back of "Da Qing Copper Coin" can increase a person's luck, so that he can always seek good fortune and avoid bad luck under the protection of dragon spirit. Therefore, this coin has been deeply loved by collectors.
此大清铜币户部当制钱十文,钱面中央有“大清铜币”四个汉字，内嵌一小字代表地名,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。
This household department of Daqing Copper Coin has ten characters for making money. There are four Chinese characters "Daqing Copper Coin" in the center of the money face, with a small print embedded to represent the place name. The upper end is Manchu "Daqing Copper Coin", and the two sides are years. There are two Chinese characters "Hubu" in the middle of the edge, and "Dangqian Shiwen" at the lower end. The central part of Qian Bei is Panlong, the upper part is "made in Guangxu", and the lower part is English "tai-ching ti-kuo copper coin" (copper coin of Qing Empire). The whole text and ornamentation are very precise, convex and concave are distinct, and the text strokes and ornamentation lines are round, which shows that the die presses deeply. This collection is exquisitely carved, elegant in layout design, and extremely rare in the world, which is of great collection value.