In 1906, the Qing government ordered that "Guangxu Yuanbao" be stopped, and "Daqing Copper coin" be recast, and promulgated a unified ancestor model, ordering all parts of the country to imitate casting. Therefore, there are 20 provincial and bureau coins in the whole country, all of which are coined with the year number of the trunk and branch, without exception. The existing Qing Dynasty "Daqing Copper Coin" is ten. Six kinds of year names have been found: Yisi, Bingwu, Dingwei, Wushen, Jiyou and Xinhai. In addition, there are 19 provincial bureaus in the central household department, Zhizhi, Jilin, Fengfeng, Bian, Hubei, Hunan, Sichuan, Yunnan, Yunnan, Sichuan, Yunnan, Sichuan, Yunnan, Jiangxi, Fujian, Guangdong, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Anhui, East and Ningxia. Although the coinage of the Qing Dynasty did not take long to be minted, there were many versions, among which the fine products have become the first choice of modern coin collectors, and their value is increasing day by day.
Qing Dynasty coins
The top of the front of the coin is full text, the middle is "Bian", the two sides are "Ganzhi Jinian" and "Hubu", and the bottom is coined with the value of "Ten Texts of Money Making". The center of the back is Panlong, the top is "Guangxunian Made", and the bottom is English. Coin purse pulp is old, delicate in appearance, bright in color, uniform in color, exquisite in design, delicate in decoration, very beautiful.
The bronze coin of the Qing Dynasty is a high-value historical relic in the history of modern Chinese coinage. It has profound cultural Memorial significance. At the same time, it is also a rare object in Archaeology and research of Chinese history and culture. The precious copper coins of the Great Qing Dynasty witnessed the tremendous history of the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China. They are very popular among collectors because they have gone through a hundred years of ups and downs, and their stock is scarce, especially for those with good quality.