Doubl股票开户一天就可以买了吗e flag coins originated in t股票开户一天就可以买了吗he Republic of China. After the Qing emperor abdicated in 1911, the Republic of China was proclaimed. Sun 股票开户一天就可以买了吗yat-sen, the forerunner of China's democratic revolution, proposed in the "Interim Presidential Decree" to "publish a new model and drum up commemorative coins". Subsequently, two coin factories in Wuchang and Nan股票开户一天就可以买了吗Jing took the lead in coining the commemorative coins of the founding of the Republic of China. The coins, mainly in ten denominations, were widely distributed throughout the country to replace the copper coins of the Qing Dynasty.
In 1914, the copper dollar was officially renamed "copper coin". The biggest difference between the copper coins issued in the Republic of China and those issued in the Qing Dynasty was that the dragon grain was replaced by the Jiahe grain composed of rice spikes. Most of the copper coins minted in various provinces are the national flag patterns with the words "founding commemorative coins" or "Republic of China copper coins".
NAN”，下缘为英文纪值“10 CASH”; 两侧有藤蔓花饰。此类铜元的最大版式区别在正面左右两侧的六瓣花有、无叶饰及叶饰是否分开。正面六瓣花无叶饰者可分为三种。
Among the miscellaneous copper coins of the Republic of China, Henan copper coin is self-contained. except for the 50 and 100 inscriptions of the party emblem forged in the 20 years of the Republic of China, the other copper coins are mainly Jiahe on the front and double flag designs on the back. because of the double flag designs in the copper coins, they are also commonly known as Henan double flag coins. In the first ten bronze coins of the Republic of China, the center of the front was the regular script vertical script "ten bronze coins", both sides were decorated with Jiahe decorations, the outer ring had 78 beads, the upper edge was "Republic of China", the lower edge was "made in Henan province", and each side had a blooming six-petal flower. On the back are crossed five-color national flags representing the "five ethnic republics" of the Han, Manchu and Mongolian Hui and Tibetan nationalities. The upper edge is the English discipline "HO
NAN" and the lower edge is the English discipline "10 CASH". There are vine decorations on both sides. The biggest format difference of this kind of copper element is whether the six petals on the left and right sides of the front have or do not have leaf decorations and whether the leaf decorations are separated. There are three types of flowers with six petals and no leaf decoration on the front.
This coin is made in Henan Province with 10-character double flag coins. The front pattern of the coin is Jiahe pattern composed of rice spikes in the center of the bead ring. The center of the coin is vertically inscribed with the face value of "10 characters". The upper part of the bead ring is inscribed with the word "Republic of China". The lower part is cast with the coin made in Henan Province. Six star ornaments are distributed on both sides. The central pattern is "Five Colors National Flag" crossed with tassel belt behind the flag. The two flags symbolize national unity and national unity.
This coin belongs to ten pairs of flags made in Henan province. The paste is old-fashioned, the handwriting is clear, the abrasion is natural, and the amount of preserved is extremely rare. In recent years, it has become the darling of the collectors. For a long time, the collection value has been rising steadily, showing a good function of preserving and increasing value. Its potential investment value cannot be underestimated and there is great room for future appreciation.
Henan Province made double-flag coins, which are rare fine coins in modern China, are valued by people for their rarity in the world of coin collection. Because of its exquisite workmanship, it is loved by people. Among the modern coins in our country, it is a kind of coin that has enjoyed a long reputation and is favored by collectors.
Copper coins were issued and circulated in China for less than half a century, which is only a very short moment in the long history of China's currency. However, China's copper coins witnessed the historical process of China's evolution from a feudal society to a semi-feudal and semi-colonial society. They are an important part of China's modern currency history and numismatics and have unique historical significance. This collection is exquisitely designed, fine in workmanship, reasonable in layout, distinct in level and exquisite in workmanship. Although the coins are small, they can also reflect the social and cultural characteristics of the time.