The copper coins of the Qing Dynasty began to be minted in 1900 (the 26th year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty) and ended in 1911 (the third year of Xuantong in the Qing Dynasty). Although the minting and circulation time was only ten years, there were altogether 17 provinces and 20 bureaus in the heyday of minting copper coins. If divided by nuance, its layout is more than one thousand. The circulation time is short. Because of its elegant layout, excellent carving, and extremely rare amount of existence, the Qing Dynasty copper coins made in the year of Guangxu were regarded as one of the ten famous products in modern Chinese coin making. It is famous because of its historical and rare nature. There were many types of copper coins in the Qing Dynasty, especially the ten. Many Qing emperors issued copper coins as currency, which made the transaction more convenient. The use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, but also has a certain collection value. Many collectors can't let go of the Qing Dynasty copper coins, and collecting a variety of copper coins has become their goal.
[collection name]: ten pieces of Ding Weidang
This collection is "Ding Weidang's ten characters for making money". On the front of the coin, there are four characters of "Da Qing copper coins" in the Pearl circle, and Manchu characters in the upper circle outside the Pearl circle. On the left and right, there are two characters of "Ding Wei" for chronicle. On the lower circle, there are five characters of "ten characters for making money"; on the front, the characters are beautiful and magnificent. On the back of the coin, there is a dragon pattern in the bead circle. On the outside of the bead circle, there is a year in the upper circle and an English character in the lower circle. The dragon pattern is deep and clear, the characters and patterns are natural and delicate, the depth is appropriate, the slurry is thick, and the casting is exquisite. After years of baptism and spread, although the surface of coins is worn, it does not affect its overall aesthetic feeling, but it has a sense of historical vicissitudes, rich historical precipitation, transitional nature and profound historical value.
When ten copper circles were cast in Qing Dynasty, the Qing government didn't make strict regulations on the patterns of copper circles. Therefore, although the back of the coins of the copper circles cast by the provincial bureaus all adopt dragon patterns, the dragon patterns are different and various. The beginners of copper circle collection are easy to distinguish when they collect ten copper circles according to the name of the provincial bureau where they are cast, the year number, and the material. However, it is relatively difficult to distinguish them according to the Dragon diagram.
China is one of the first countries to cast and use coins. China's ancient coins have experienced thousands of years of changes and witnessed thousands of years of ups and downs. Its strong cultural and ideological background makes ancient coins have a very profound historical and cultural significance in addition to the beauty it contains, and also gives it a certain value of collection and investment. This copper coin is completely preserved, the characters and patterns can be clearly distinguished, rich in the historical charm of vicissitudes, complementary and complementary. It is a rare boutique collection and investment in one!
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