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北洋造光绪元宝

北洋造光绪元宝

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北洋造光绪元宝库平七钱二分银币系光绪34年(1908年)北洋银元局(旧称北洋机器局)铸行。银币正面中央珠圈内镌满汉文“光绪元宝”四个字,珠圈外上端镌汉文“北洋造”,下端镌汉文币值“库平七钱二分”,左右两端各镌一个圆点。银币背面中央镌蟠龙图,上环镌英文“光绪34年”下镌英文“北洋”,左右两端稍下侧各镌一个圆点。光绪元宝是清朝光绪年间流通的货币之一。共有十九个省局铸造,除中央户部,地方省所铸铜元。是首批引进海外技术的印发流通货币,对于现今也蕴藏了一定历史意义。“光绪元宝”是中国早的机制币,是中国近代机制币中的十大名誉品之一,俗称“龙洋”,因钱币背面一般铸有龙纹而得名。其具有重要的现实意义和历史意义,且加上清末、民国战乱连连等因素,一些较珍贵的光绪元宝银元品种存世量已稀少,收藏价值高。许多收藏家对它趋之若鹜,争相起价.北洋的银元发展历程映衬着中国晚清货币政策的进与退,每一次断档也刻录着一次历史的颠簸。了解造币史和造币厂的变迁过程,不仅可以理解银元的历史价值,同时也会对不同时期银元的种类、成色、龙纹特征、齿边特征等方面提高认知。据了解,钱币收藏一般分为纸币、金银纪念币和古钱币三大类,而古钱币中银元一直是一大热点。因为银元材质珍贵,艺术价值高。北洋机器局初铸银元是在光绪十五年,面值仅“一元”一种,是天津官造的呈样银币,未流通,直至光绪二十二年,始铸流通银币。“大清光绪二十二年北洋机器局造”,面值有“一元”、“五角”、“两角”、“一角”、“半角”五种。是中国套以元为单位的计值银币。公元1903年7月,提出银币专由造币总厂制造,保留南洋(江南)、北洋、广东、湖北四局为分厂。银币材质珍贵,艺术价值高,由贵重金属或白银合金铸造,制作精美,图案考究,文字清秀,内容丰富,银光灿烂,其貌可人。 The silver coins of seven coins and two cents in the Yuanbao treasury of Guangxu made in Beiyang were coined by Beiyang Yinyuan Bureau (formerly known as Beiyang Machinery Bureau) in 1908. On the obverse of the silver coin, there are four Chinese characters "Guangxu Yuanbao" engraved in the central bead circle, on the outside of the bead circle, there are Chinese characters "made in Beiyang" engraved on the upper end, Chinese currency value "Kuping seven coins and two cents" engraved on the lower end, and a dot engraved on the left and right ends. On the back of the silver coin, there is a picture of a dragon in the center, and on the upper ring, there is an English inscription of "Guangxu 34" and on the lower side, there is a dot on the left and right ends. Yuanbao of Guangxu is one of the currency circulating in Guangxu period of Qing Dynasty. A total of 19 provinces and bureaus cast copper yuan, except for the central Hubu and local provinces. It is the first batch of printing and distributing currency to introduce overseas technology, which also contains certain historical significance for today. "Guangxu Yuanbao" is an early machine-made coin in China. It is one of the ten most famous machine-made coins in modern China. It is commonly known as "Longyang" because of the dragon pattern on the back of the coin. It has important practical and historical significance, and in addition to the late Qing Dynasty, the Republic of war and other factors, some of the more precious Guangxu Yuanbao silver dollar varieties have been rare, high collection value. Many collectors flocked to it and scrambled for the starting price. The development of silver dollar in Beiyang reflected the advance and retreat of China's monetary policy in the late Qing Dynasty, and each break of silver dollar also recorded a historical bump. Understanding the history of coinage and the changing process of mints can not only understand the historical value of silver coins, but also improve the cognition of the types, color, dragon pattern characteristics and tooth edge characteristics of silver coins in different periods It is understood that the collection of coins is generally divided into paper money, gold and silver commemorative coins and ancient coins, and silver dollar in ancient coins has always been a hot spot. Because silver is precious in material and high in artistic value. In the 15th year of Guangxu, Beiyang Machinery Bureau first coined silver coins with a face value of only one yuan. It was a sample silver coin made by Tianjin government, which was not in circulation until the 22nd year of Guangxu. "It was built by Beiyang Machinery Bureau in the 22nd year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty", with five denominations of "one yuan", "five jiao", "two jiao", "one jiao" and "half angle". It is a set of Chinese silver coins with unit of yuan. In July 1903, it was proposed that silver coins should be made exclusively by the general mint, with Nanyang (Jiangnan), Beiyang, Guangdong and Hubei bureaus as branches. Silver coins are precious in material and high in artistic value. They are made of precious metals or silver alloys. They are exquisitely made, well-designed, elegant in writing, rich in content, brilliant in silver and attractive in appearance.

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