重：20.9 g 直径：3.897cm
The guangxu silver coin is one of the standard silver COINS of the qing dynasty, which was designed by the qing government branch and cast officially. Qing dynasty guangxu 33 years (1907) annual branch tianjin coin general factory foundry. Silver COINS represent the currency culture of modern China and reflect the vicissitudes of China's modern history, economy and finance.
The guangxu gold ingot made in beiyang has had a mysterious color over the years. Due to the controversial version, special historical background, complicated production process and other reasons, resulting in the release of a few versions of the circulation, to stop the production, the existence of very few. The central engraved on the back of the coin "one circle" two characters, the front and back of the dragon is very delicate. This guangxu gold ingot has a very small circulation, one or two product phase is complete, well preserved, has a certain sense of packaging pulp age, very valuable for collection.
This coin is one of the most exquisite dragon designs in China, with the most perfect carving and the strongest sense of floatation. The mirror surface is smooth and smooth, the pattern line is very clear, and the word mouth, pattern and edge teeth are deep and sharp. The package pulp on the coin surface is mellow and highly ornamental.
Silver COINS represent the currency culture of modern China and reflect the vicissitudes of China's modern history, economy and finance. They have high artistic appreciation value and cultural relic value, as well as certain functions of preservation and appreciation. After more than ten years of cultivation, the coin auction market represented by mechanism COINS finally shines. Even compared with overseas markets, the mainland market is not a patch at the moment. Collectors and investors have a richer knowledge, a broader vision and a profound change in concept. They pursue a more demanding collection. On the premise of being precious and scarce, they attach more importance to the perfect appearance and future value of the collection.