Guangxu Yuanbao, one of the currencies circulating during the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty. The Governor of Guangdong and Guangxi Zhang Zhidong took the lead in introducing the British mint machine to cast silver and copper, and the provinces followed suit. A total of 19 provincial bureaus cast, in addition to the central households, the local provinces cast copper yuan, all on the front edge of the provincial name. Guangxu Yuanbao is the first of the large-value currency in the Guangxu reign of the Qing Dynasty. It is the first batch of China's first batch of imported and exported foreign currency. It also has a certain historical significance for today.
Now the five emperors'money generally refers to the "five emperors' money of the Qing Dynasty", which was forged during the reign of the five most prosperous emperors of the Qing Dynasty (Shunzhi, Qianlong, Yongzheng, Kangxi and Jiaqing). These five emperors successively reigned for 180 years, which was the most glorious period of the Qing Dynasty. During their reign, the country was strong, and the famous "prosperous times of Kang and Qian" appeared in history. Five Emperors Qian has a history of about 300 years. The material belongs to brass. The color is yellow. It is widely handed down from generation to generation. Only a small amount of it has been handed down by tens of thousands of people.
In China, collectors are extremely fond of coins with dragon totems, because the Chinese nation is a descendant of the dragon, and the "dragon" totem is a mascot for Chinese children. In folklore, the dragon on the back of the coin can increase a person's air transport, so that it can be avoided under the protection of the dragon. Therefore, this pair of dragon pattern Guangxu yuanbao has been deeply loved by collectors.
Longyang is the originator of the coin, the earliest coin in China, equivalent to the first set of RMB in the RMB collection, whether it is collection or investment is the best choice. In addition, the dragon is a symbol of power, dignity and honor in Chinese traditional culture. Among the collectibles, the dragon is the most famous and most popular. The dragon's collection is the most abundant and most liked, and the natural appreciation space is also the biggest.