In the third year of Xuantong, the silver coin of the Qing Dynasty was one of the standard national coins. On the front of the silver coin, the Chinese character "Qing silver coin" was engraved inside the central bead circle, and the Manchu "silver coin of Qing Dynasty" was engraved at the upper end of the bead circle, and the Chinese character "Xuantong three years" was engraved at the lower end. A symmetrical flower ornament was engraved on both sides of the coin. The silver coin is engraved with a circular curved bearded dragon and large clouds on the back, and the English "one dollar" is engraved on the bottom. The silver coin is exquisite and meticulous, and it is a model of Longyang in Qing Dynasty.
On the back of the silver coin of Qing Dynasty, Panlong is very vivid and vivid, with clear handwriting, sharp edges and bright teeth, which is very beautiful. It is a rare boutique. The upper and lower margins of the coin are Manchu Chinese "Xuantong three years". In the bead circle, there are four characters: "silver coin of Qing Dynasty". On the left and right sides, there are long branch chrysanthemum patterns. The details are delicate and exquisite. The characters are majestic, thick and powerful, showing the Royal prestige. The overall appearance of the coin is exquisite, and the number of surviving coins is relatively rare
This silver coin of the Qing Dynasty in the third year of Xuantong is more exquisite and elegant than that of most editions. The future value potential of perfect appearance is unlimited. Its patterns are also very detailed, which is the representative of the fine and precious coins in modern times. Its academic value and historical value cannot be measured by price and figures. The silver coins of the Qing Dynasty in the third year of Xuantong are the product of the reform of the currency system in the late Qing Dynasty. They have various editions, novel designs and excellent production. They are the treasures of coin lovers.
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