宁波股票配资公司a宁波股票配资公司ccor宁波股票配资公司ding to the amount of coins cast and the length of the reign of the dynasty, the amount of coins in circulation is determined. As we all know, the amount of coins in circulation will be reduced if the circulation time is not long. In addition, with the passage of time, many coins will become less damaged, lost and other factors, so these coins will become more precious.
Since the reform and opening up, the collection of ancient coins in China has become more and more active, and more people pay attention to the value of ancient coins. Sichuan copper coin is one of the best coins in China. It is a revolutionary cultural relic with high value and profound historical significance. The precious Sichuan copper coins recorded the great history of the revolution of 1911. After a hundred years of wind and rain, the amount of copper coins in the world is very rare, especially those with good quality, so they are very popular with collectors.
This group of Sichuan copper coins "made by the military government" is a 100 character copper coin, weighing 20.9g, with a diameter of 39.55mm. There are four characters of "Sichuan copper coin" in the Pearl circle on the front side of the coin, a small flower of HaiTangHua in the center, four characters of "made by the military government" on the top, and six characters of "when making money 100 Wen" on the bottom; on the back side, there is a big circle of 18 small circles, and the seal character of "Han" in the circle, with the straight line pattern as the bottom, and the upper ring as the character of "the second year of the Republic of China". This coin represents the currency culture of modern China, reflects the rise and fall of modern history, economy and finance, and has high artistic value and collection value.
"The military government made Sichuan copper coins" is a product of the 1911 Revolution. In December 1911, the "Chengdu rebellion" took place. The Sichuan military government, with Yin Changheng and Luo Lun as the chief and deputy governors, replaced the Sichuan military government, which had been under construction for only 12 days. At the beginning of the construction of the new Sichuan military government, it was faced with the financial dilemma of increasing demands and spending. The military government quickly accepted the Sichuan Chengdu mint and decided to cast "Sichuan copper coins" in case of emergency. In April of the first year of the Republic of China (1912), Sichuan Chengdu Mint was ordered by the Sichuan military government to cast "Sichuan copper coins made by the military government" (also known as "Han" copper yuan).
According to relevant data, Sichuan military government copper coins, due to its large number of casters, short casting period, and the original reasons such as mold change and revision during casting, exist in the world in a very complex version, more than 100 kinds of huge. In the middle of the reverse pattern of the coin is a large seal character "Han", which represents the meaning of "Great Han" of the new government, and the obverse value is "when making one hundred coins". Such a large coin value is really rare!
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