Throughout the ancient and modern times, the ancient coins of various periods in China have experienced the test of five thousand years of history, which has a long history and is extremely beautiful. So far, the ancient coins are not only the medium of commodity exchange, but also the epitome of civilization and technology development of economic and political systems in various times.
China is an ancient civilization country with a long history of 5000 years. It is one of the earliest countries in the world to make and use currency. The currency of every period in China carries the information of politics, economy, culture and art. The history of China's currency reflects the rise and fall of successive dynasties from one side. No wonder people call it "social fossil".
Today, we are going to learn about Yuanbao, a famous trading center in Jiangnan province. Recently, Shanxi yichangsheng culture and Art Co., Ltd. was honored to collect a Japanese 10000 yuan silver from Mr. Liu.
Picture appreciation -- ten thousand silver dollars in Japan.
The one yuan silver coin of 1875 issued by Meiji in Japan has a diameter of 38.62mm, a thickness of 2.63mm and a weight of 27.0g. The famous Japanese silver coin has the Chinese character "Yiyuan" on the obverse, the sun on the top, the cherry blossom branches and leaves around it, the concentric knot made of silk ribbon on the bottom, and three characters of "trade silver" in the middle; the flying dragon playing pearl pattern surrounded by the circle bead on the back, the circle bead outside the dragon, and the characters of "eight years of Meiji in Japan" and "420 · oneyen · 900" outside the bead.
In the first year of Meiji, in order to meet the needs of developing capitalism and developing foreign economy and commodity trade, Japan purchased a complete set of coinage machines from Hong Kong and set up a national mint in Osaka. In the third year of Meiji, when the Mint was completed, silver coins were immediately minted. The value of big and small coins can be divided into five types: 5, 10, 20, 50 and 1 yuan. The "Yuan" was set as the base currency of Japan. It took 45 years until the third year of Dazheng. There are three types of silver dollar in Japanese trade, but the silver dollar from the third year to the thirtieth year of Meiji is the best, with a color of 96.3% - 98%. Therefore, the price of coins in this period is now the highest.
In the eighth year of Meiji, Japan's Longyang silver coins are extremely rare and cannot be obtained by chance. In the center of the obverse of the coin is a circle, with a 16 petal eight fold chrysanthemum design emblem representing the Japanese royal family on the top. On the left and right sides are cherry chrysanthemum branches. The flower buds are clear and distinguishable, and the branches and feet are crossed into bows. It has strong Japanese characteristics. On the back of the coin, there is a dragon spitting fireball pattern in the center, which confirms the theory of "Huocheng" in Japanese culture and implies the generation of "Japan". 。 Ring casting "eight years of Meiji in Japan" and English introduction. The two dragons open their teeth. They are angry and right. The phosphorus is visible. The two tails are vivid.
In recent years, with the increasing investment in collection, coins are becoming more and more popular, and the price is rising all the way. In particular, precious ancient money is very active in the collection trading market. Money is a public collection, and there are a certain number of collectors. In the early stage, all regions in China have powerful buyers involved in the plate, which to a certain extent controls the market supply, leading to the rapid rise of its price. At the same time, its value is also rising. From the acceptance of collectors and citizens, it is expected that its price will continue to rise in the later period. The eight years of Meiji in great Japan is an important part of a country's history. It occupies an important position in the history of coins in terms of its specific historical period. It not only represents the currency culture of modern Japan, but also reflects the rise and fall of modern history, economy and finance, as well as the vicissitudes of life. It has high artistic and cultural value.
This coin has a very high collection value and investment value. After years of baptism, the pattern of this Guangxu Yuanbao is still clear, and the rust on it also witnesses its historical accumulation. It has a very obvious historical transitional feature and an inexpressible collection value. This copper coin is well preserved, with good clarity of the coin text and outline. It has high historical value, artistic value and collection value. It is worthy of investment and collection by the majority of coin collectors. If you need to purchase, please contact our customer service, we will serve you wholeheartedly.