The silver coin of the Qing Dynasty, Xuan Tong's three years and one yuan
Name of the collection; 3-year-one-yuan collection of the Qing Dynasty; 39 mm in diameter and 26.8 G in weight
This silver coin was minted in 1911 by the Tianjin Mint General Factory, a branch of the Qing Dynasty. On the front of the coin, the Chinese characters "Da Qing silver coin" are inscribed in the Central Bead Circle. On the outer end of the Bead Circle, the Chinese characters "Xuan Tong three years" are inscribed in the Chinese characters "Da Qing silver coin" . Silver coins on the back of a circle circle of twisted dragon and a large cloud, inscribed in the value of "ONE round" , the lower end of the coin inscribed in round English "ONE DOLLAR" . The characters of this coin are delicate and handsome, magnificent and magnificent, covered with pulp, exquisitely cast, the mold is extremely deep, the inner teeth are sharp, the dragon pattern on the back is made deep and clear, the front is colorful and Silvery, the dragon pattern satin is dazzling, the product is perfect, the surface is smooth and glossy, for the Qing Dynasty central coinage model work, rare and precious, is a group of rare and exquisite silver coins.collection
Collection description: Daqing Silver Coin Xuantong three-year-one-yuan, the front bead ring has "Daqing Silver Coin" four characters, the upper and lower margin is full, Chinese "Xuantong three-year" characters, the left and right sides are divided into long branch chrysanthemum decoration; the back of the middle of the currency value "one round" two characters, the dragon rises from left to right along the edge. Its design is novel, well-made, exquisite patterns, good taste, and the version is rare, very rare, very valuable collection!
The dragon is a kind of Scaly and clawed supernatural animal which can make wind and rain in ancient Chinese legends. For thousands of years, the dragon has been worshipped by Legend of the Dragon as a symbol of the Chinese nation. The discovery of dragons on the coins, a symbol of wealth, is one of the reasons why collectors love the silver coins of the Qing Dynasty. In recent years, thanks to a more flexible trading market, a growing collection of coins and the rediscovery of more private coins, silver has been on the rise, becoming the focus of many buyers.