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"Name of Collection": The Military Government Made Sichuan Copper Coins for Making One Hundred Articles of Money
【规格】：重 20克，直径 3.9cm
"Specification": 20g in weight and 3.9cm in diameter
Since the reform and opening up, the collection of ancient coins in our country has become more and more active, and more people have paid attention to the value of ancient coins. Sichuan copper coins are the finest coins in China, with historical edification. They are revolutionary relics of high value and have profound historical significance. Precious Sichuan copper coins have recorded a great and earth-shattering history during the 1911 Revolution. As they have survived for a hundred years, they are rare in the world, especially those with good quality. Therefore, they are very popular with collectors.
This Sichuan copper coin "made by the military government" is a 100-character copper coin with the four characters "Sichuan copper coin" inscribed in the bead circle on the front of the coin and a small crab-apple flower in the center, with the four characters "made by the military government" inscribed on the top and the six characters "made by the 100-character coin" inscribed on the bottom. On the back, 18 small circles are used to encircle a large circle. The seal character "Han" in the circle is based on straight lines, and the upper ring is marked "Republic of China Year 2". This coin represents China's modern currency culture, reflects the rise and fall of China's modern history, economy and finance, and has high artistic appreciation value and collection value.
"Sichuan copper coins made by the military government" was a product of the 1911 revolution. The "Chengdu Rebellion" took place in December 1911. The Sichuan military government, with Yin Changheng and Luo Lun as the principal and deputy chiefs, replaced the big fellow Sichuan military government, which had only been built for 12 days. At the beginning of the new Sichuan military government's construction, it was faced with a difficult financial situation where it needed to spend more and spend less. The military government quickly accepted the Chengdu mint in Sichuan and decided to cast "Sichuan copper coins" as an emergency. In April of the first year of the Republic of China (1912), Sichuan Chengdu Mint was ordered by the Sichuan military government to open the mold and cast "Sichuan copper coins made by the military government" (also known as "Han" copper coins)
According to relevant data, the copper coins of the Sichuan military government, due to their numerous owners, short casting period, mold change and plate revision during casting, have a very complicated number of different types of existing coins. In the middle of the pattern on the back of the coin is a large seal script character "Han", which represents the meaning of "big fellow" of the new government, and the front is worth "when making a hundred pennies". coins of such a large value are really rare!
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