In the front of the silver coin, the Pearl circle is engraved with the four characters of "Guangxu Yuanbao" in Chinese, the upper end of the circle is engraved with "made in Jiangnan province", the lower end is engraved with "Kuping seven coins and two cents", and the left and right sides are engraved with the two characters of "Jiachen" in the year of cadre and branch. A Pearl Dragon is engraved on the back of the silver coin, the English "Jiangnan province" is engraved on the top, and the English coin heavy "Kuping seven money and two cents" is engraved on the bottom. A long six flower star is engraved on the left and right sides respectively. The collection is exquisite and its aesthetic style is unique. The integration of Manchu and Han culture is rarely seen on the front of the coin, while the money back clearly indicates the intervention of western culture. It's well-known and natural. It has a clear deep typing mouth, obvious circulation traces, teeth passing, dragon scales clear. Jiangnan made and Guangxi made Guangxu Yuanbao are very popular and become the focus of many buyers.
Guangxu Yuanbao of Jiangnan province refers to the "Guangxu Yuanbao" series of silver coins, which was cast by Nanjing mint from the 23rd to the 31st year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1897-1905). It is a legal circulation silver coin officially cast in the Qing Dynasty. But at the end of Qing Dynasty, there was no system of Jiangnan province. Jiangnan province was established in 1645, the second year of Shunzhi in the Qing Dynasty, and the provincial capital is located in Jiangning (now Nanjing). Jiangnan Province in Qing Dynasty was formerly nanzhili Jiangnan Province in Ming Dynasty, and its scope is roughly equivalent to Jiangsu Province, Shanghai city and Anhui Province today. In the sixth year of Kangxi (1667), the Qing government withdrew Jiangnan province and divided it into two provinces, Jiangsu and Anhui. Nanjing Mint marked its silver coins as "made in Jiangnan province", because there was a mint in Suzhou at that time that specialized in the production of copper coins, and its copper coins were all marked as "made in Jiangsu Province". In order to avoid confusion, Nanjing Mint marked its silver coins as "made in Jiangnan province". It is the only provincial silver coin with no real name in the history of Chinese currency.
It is the first type of silver coin engraved with the date of trunk and branch. It's a rare silver coin of original light precision casting. The characters are bulging, the strokes are round and deep, the side teeth are standard, the ring teeth are bulging, the particles are clear, the Dragon scales and Pearl grains are free of nothingness and stickiness, the ground seal is flat, smooth as a board, and the coating is perfect. It has a distinctive style of Qing court coins, which is actually a beautiful product. The regular script calligraphy is extremely dignified and atmospheric, with a balanced and stretched structure. It ranks first in longyangli. It is a well-known rare silver coin treasure. Its collection value and appreciation space are worth looking forward to.
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