As a kind of antiques, coins have always been a hot spot for collectors. The company has recently collected Chinese copper coins as the money to make ten coins. "The copper yellow shape not only gives people a sense of historical vicissitudes, but also the entire coin layout is divided into two parts: the inner and outer circles. The overall design is very detailed. Above the front of the coin, there is a "Chinese copper coin", and below it is a currency "when the money is made". The middle pattern is "Eighteen Star Flag" and "Five Color Flag." On both sides of the back, there is a wheat ear map, the bottom is crossed, and the meaning of Feng Yimin is taken. In the middle, the word "one piece" is written. This coin is naturally coated with pulp and is a rare version of the double flag currency. As shown in the figure below;
In the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China, there were more types of money in the coin market in China, and the most widely used ones were silver and copper. In this variety of currency types, the double-flag currency is the most special type of coin with special historical significance. It is named after the double-flag pattern printed on its coin currency.
The double-flag currency was cast during the period of the Republic of China. On December 29, 1910, after the Revolution of 1911, the representatives of the 17 provinces that had been restored elected Sun Yat-sen as the interim president of the Republic of China in Nanjing. On January 3, 1912, the government of the Republic of China was announced and the Qing Dynasty was destroyed. Sun Yat-sen ordered the casting of the "Republic of China Founding Commemorative Coin"(also known as the Double Flag Coin), which was mainly based on the denomination of ten languages and was issued in large numbers throughout the country to replace the Qing Dynasty. Copper yuan. The founding commemorative coin of the Republic of China is a large number of copper coins in the collection of the Republic of China, and it is also a very important category. It can even be said that it is the main variety of the Republic of China copper yuan and is very precious.
After the establishment of the Republic of China, copper coins continued to be used in large quantities. In 1914, the copper yuan was officially renamed the "copper coin." The biggest difference between the copper coins issued by the Republic of China and the Qing Dynasty was that the dragon pattern was replaced by the Jiahe pattern composed of rice ears. Most of the copper coins cast in the provinces are two-sided national flag patterns.
This coin is made of high-quality copper materials. The coins are completely preserved, with natural wear marks, and the pulp is naturally mellow. It has a high collection value. The collection is beautifully designed, fine workmanship, rich textures, reasonable layout, distinctive layers, smooth and elegant lines, exquisite craftsmanship, and high artistic value. There is very little existence and no circulation in society. It is a rare collection of coins.