The annual branch of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty (1907) was minted by Tianjin Mint General Factory. The front of the silver coin was inscribed with four words "Guangxu silver coin" in the central circle, and the left and right sides of the circle were inscribed with the word "Dingwei" and a pair of double dragon opera beads (Shouzi) patterns. This Guangxu Yuanbao has a very small circulation, not one or two, complete appearance, well-preserved, with a certain sense of pulp age, has great collection value.
Ting Weiguangxu silver coin one or two
[Collection money and knowledge]; Qing Dynasty
[Collection Specification]: Diameter: 4.34 cm Weight: 36.9 G
Although this "Guangxu (Tingwei) Shuanglong one or two" silver coin was put on the market in that year, its circulation time on the market was not very long, and it was later fully recovered. In fact, the actual casting volume of this coin in that year was not much, and it can be well circulated and preserved to this day, very few, very rare.
As the top ten treasures of silver yuan in modern times, its exquisite craftsmanship and collection value have always been amazed by the world. At present, the stock of silver yuan in the world and its scarcity. It is the most exquisite representative of China's silver-based monetary system. In order to embody the authority of the Manchu and Qing imperial power system in the monetary field, its designers and manufacturers made exquisite designs regardless of cost. Its artistic level and anti-counterfeiting ability have not been surpassed so far. Only one of these Guangxu silver coins survived in the world. It is recognized as a great treasure of modern Chinese silver coins by collectors at home and abroad.