Ch601918i601918n601918ese copper coins should be made of 601918ten articles and one coin. On the front, there are "Chinese copper coins" and "ten articles for making money" on the top and the bottom, with "Eighteen star flag" and "five color flag" in the middle. On the reverse, there are two wheat ears in the middle, which are the meaning of the people of Fengsui. In the middle of the wheat ears, there is "one coin". This coin is a rare version of Double Flag coin.
As a kind of antiques, coins have always been the focus of collectors' attention. China's collection industry is surging, and many collections appreciate greatly. Among them, one of the categories with the fastest appreciation and the largest appreciation is coins, and the ancient currency collection army is growing from time to time. China is the first country in the world to use coinage. Ancient Chinese coins originated in the Xia Dynasty, originated in the Yin and Shang Dynasties, developed in the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, and unified in the Qin Dynasty. After a long history of more than 4000 years, currencies have been developing and evolving, and there are many kinds of them.
In the period of the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China, there were many types of money in China's money market, and the most widely used were silver and copper dollars. Among these various types of coins, the Double Flag coin is the most historically significant one, named for its double flag design.
The Double Flag coin was minted in the period of the Republic of China. On December 29, 1910, after the revolution of 1911, Sun Yat-sen was elected as the temporary president of the Republic of China by the representatives of 17 provinces. On January 3, 1912, the government of the Republic of China was founded and the Qing Dynasty was destroyed. Sun Yat-sen issued an order to cast "commemorative coins of the founding of the Republic of China" (also known as Double Flag coins), which were mainly ten Wen denominations and were issued in large quantities throughout the country to replace the copper yuan of the Qing Dynasty. The commemorative coins of the founding of the Republic of China are not only a large quantity but also an important category in the collection and research of the copper yuan of the Republic of China
This copper coin was issued by the Kuomintang during its reign. It is intact and rare in quantity. In the era when this coin was rare and precious, its value is tens of thousands of times higher than that of other versions of currency, even hundreds of thousands of times higher than that of ordinary copper coin. Therefore, for those who have investment minded collectors, if they can hold such a copper dollar in their hands, they will certainly be of extraordinary value.
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