"Qing Dynasty copper coins", the back is a lifelike dragon. In China, collectors like this coin very much, because the Chinese nation is the descendant of the dragon. According to the folklore, the dragon on the back of the "Qing Dynasty copper coin" can increase one's fortune and make him always pursue good luck and avoid bad luck under the protection of the dragon's spirit. Therefore, this coin has always been loved by collectors. The collection price of "Qing Dynasty copper coins" is immeasurable. The layout of Qing Dynasty copper coins is various, especially when ten are the most. A number of Qing emperors issued copper coins as circulation currency. The use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, making the transaction more and more convenient. Today, the Qing Dynasty copper coins also have a certain collection value, many collectors can't let go of the Qing Dynasty copper coins, and collecting a variety of copper coins has become their goal. This collection is used to make Qing Dynasty copper coins for ten articles. The copper of this collection is fine, with deep and broad straight teeth, soft mirror luster, and natural abrasion and rust. On the front side of the coin, the central bead circle is engraved with four characters of "Qing Dynasty copper coin" in Chinese. On the outside of the bead circle is engraved with the Chinese characters of household making. On the lower end is engraved with the Chinese currency value of "when making ten coins", and on the left and right ends are engraved with a dot. The back of the coin is engraved with a picture of a dragon in the middle, the upper ring is engraved with English "made in the year of Guangxu" and the lower ring is engraved with English. The front text is beautiful and magnificent, and the back dragon pattern is made with deep and clear, natural coating and exquisite casting. There is a little green rust, but it does not affect the appearance of the products. It adds a bit of historical charm, complements each other and complements each other. This collection has great collection value and appreciation space.
Although the copper coins of the Qing Dynasty had only been in circulation for more than ten years, there were altogether 17 provinces and 20 bureaus in its heyday to start casting copper coins. If divided by nuance, its layout is more than one thousand. Therefore, the greatest pleasure of contemporary copper circle collectors is to collect the "Qing Dynasty copper coins" of the top ten honorary coins. When ten copper circles were cast in Qing Dynasty, the Qing government didn't make strict regulations on the patterns of copper circles. Therefore, although the back of the coins of the copper circles cast by the provincial bureaus all adopt dragon patterns, the dragon patterns are different and various. The beginners of copper circle collection are easy to distinguish when they collect ten copper circles according to the name of the provincial bureau where they are cast, the year number, and the material. However, it is relatively difficult to distinguish them according to the Dragon diagram. In recent years, "Qing Dynasty copper coins" once became the favorite of the collection circle, and the media was so hot that it was easily worth millions of dollars. It is understood that the collection value of "Qing Dynasty copper coins" in Xiangbao is very high, but the amount of "Qing Dynasty copper coins" is extremely rare, and most of them are forgeries in the antique market. Nowadays, the price of "Qing Dynasty copper coins" is soaring all the way, resulting in more and more forgeries. The casting began in 1900 (the 26th year of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty) and ended in 1911 (the third year of Xuantong). Its circulation time was relatively short. Because of its elegant layout, excellent carving, and extremely rare amount of existence, the Qing Dynasty copper coins made in the year of Guangxu were regarded as one of the ten famous products in modern Chinese coin making. The Qing Dynasty copper coins made by Hubu were also lost in large quantities. As we all know, rare antiques are precious. The treasure is well preserved and has a clear texture. It is a rare treasure in Qing Dynasty copper coins. As a result, the coin retained less value and was higher.
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