Baiwen double-flag coin is a rare exquisi澄海股票哪里开户te coin in modern China. It is cherished by people in the coin collection circle for its rare existence. Because of its exquisite production, it is favored by people. Among the modern silver coins in China, it has long enjoyed a high reputation and is very popular with collectors.
The figure below is the Double Flag coin of Baiwen which Yaoshun culture was lucky to see recently, with a diameter of 4cm. Weight: 22.4g In the obverse ring of the coin, there are two hundred characters, surrounded by wheat ears at the bottom of the circle, six characters of "the second year of the Republic of China" at the top of the circle, and six characters of "made by Sichuan MINT" at the bottom. In the middle of the back of the coin, there are two flags crossing and standing. The flagpole is tied with a curved Yingluo, and the two flags are straight and standing in the bead circle. According to the pattern of the flag on the back of this coin, there are differences between straight and curved tassels. This 200 Wen coin made by Sichuan Mint belongs to the Double Flag of curved tassels.
Because the two hundred bronze yuan of Shuangqi is not produced by a single founder, its format is also relatively large. There are just a few dozen different formats. Two hundred bronze coins with two flags can be divided into two types according to their cross backs and the flag sagging. The flag sagging vertically is referred to as the "straight version". The flag sagging around the flagpole is commonly known as the "Qumu version".
Zhao Ruzhen, a great connoisseur of the Qing Dynasty, pointed out in his book "Identifying Snuff Bottles": "There are two points for attention in identifying antiques: one is to distinguish the authenticity of antiques; the other is to identify the advantages and disadvantages of antiques. It is a common procedure for the identification of utensils to determine the authenticity first and then to identify its advantages and disadvantages. All the methods of identifying antique objects, without exception, are the same.
Copper coins have been circulating in China for only half a century before and after they were issued and circulated. It is only a very short moment in the long history of our currency. However, the Chinese copper coins witnessed the historical process of China's evolution from feudal society to semi-feudal and semi-colonial society. They are an important part of our modern monetary history and monetary science, and they are unique. Historical significance. This collection is exquisite in design, fine in workmanship, reasonable in layout, distinct in layers, exquisite in craftsmanship and small in size, but it also reflects the social and cultural characteristics of the time.