In history, "Guangxu Yuanbao" was forged in 19 provinces. In addition to the central household department, the copper yuan cast by the local province is engraved with the provincial name on the upper edge of its front. There are: Hubu; Beiyang; Hubei; Jiangnan; Henan; Hunan; Jiangxi; Shandong; Guangdong; Qingjiang; Zhejiang; Jiangsu; Sichuan; Fujian; Anhui; Jilin; Fengtian; Guangxi; Xinjiang; Heilongjiang. As one of the most exquisite coins in modern times, the Guangxu Yuanbao "one or two silver coins of Tibet made by Guanlu bureau" has unique style and rich cultural connotation, which is rare. One or two samples of Guangxu Yuanbao in Tibet, with the inscription of "Guangxu Yuanbao official furnace bureau" on the obverse and the four characters of "Tibet one or two" on the reverse, with the double ring set bead pattern around both sides. Its outline is well-defined, Qian Wen is deep and precipitous, the shape is hard and strong, the strokes are plump, the thickness is even, there is no sudden setback in horizontal and vertical strokes, and there is no sharp edge in left, right and hook strokes. The overall material is excellent, the shape is regular and the appearance is excellent, which has immeasurable academic and historical value.
At present, the amazing interests and the emerging wealth myths of the ancient coins collection market attract many "local tyrants" to rush in. When people begin to realize the real value of the ancient coins, the ancient coins on the market will be searched early. At present, the ancient coins are all hidden in the hands of museums and individual collectors. The collection value of ancient coins is determined by the amount of existence, cultural value and casting technology. Nowadays, the most rare coin from Qing Dynasty to the Republic of China is the "double dragon longevity coin of Guangdong Province", "Guizhou automobile coin", "Tibet one or two", "salary one or two" and so on. At that time, Yuanbao of Guangxu was mainly distributed in Tibet, and its existence was very rare. Since there is no Mint in Tibet, the coin was directly minted by Tianjin mint. Although the collection has gone through endless years, the lines are still clear, the circulation traces are obvious, which witness the accumulation of its history. It has very obvious historical transitional characteristics, and has an inexpressible collection value.