First name: One yuan for the first three years of Yuanda of the Republic of China
规 格: 直径3.9cm重:26.8g
Specification: 3.9cm in diameter and 26.8g
数 量: 一 枚
合作方式: 议 价
Cooperation method: Negotiation
There are many different versions of Yuan Shikai silver coins minted in the third year of the Republic of China. The patterns on the front are basically the same, but the patterns on the back and some details are still different. After the Revolution of 1911, Yuan Shikai assumed the post of "Interim President" and later became the official President.
At that time, in order to consolidate the domestic political stability, develop the national economy, and prepare for the "constitution" and "proclaiming the emperor", the "National Currency Regulations" were issued, and the country decided to "unify the currency system".
The front of the three-year edition of the Republic of China is a profile portrait of Yuan Shikai, with "Three Years of the Republic of China" listed above. There is no word "made" after the word "nian", and all other editions have the word "made" after the word "nian". There is a "dot" in the "Min" in the three-year edition, but there is no "dot" in the other editions. Versions with less casting volume include: "O" version, thick hair version, triangle round version, open shell version, cast "Gansu" version, double star version, big beard version, big ear version, etc.
Yao Shuomin, former deputy curator of the China Numismatic Museum and deputy secretary-general of the Chinese Numismatic Society, pointed out: "In the third year of the Republic of China (1914), the Beiyang 3 warlord government formally minted a silver coin with the head of Yuan Shikai. Because the head of Yuan Shikai is cast on the coin, it is commonly known as the head 'Yuan Datou'.'Yuan Datou' silver coin has four denominations: one yuan, middle round (five corners), two angles, and one corner. The most common one is the one round'Yuan big head', so the commonly known as'Yuan big head' is mainly Refers to a silver coin with a head of Yuan Shikai. The'Yuan Datou' was first minted by the Tianjin Mint, and subsequently minted by mint factories in Nanjing, Guangdong, Wuchang, Gansu and other places. Because of its sufficient silver weight and good reputation, it became the Republic of China A common currency widely used throughout China in the period and beyond."
At the same time, "Yuan Datou" has many versions due to its large casting land and large casting volume. What's interesting is that despite the different versions, the standard weight of the "Yuan Datou" one-yuan coin is seven cents and two cents. Today's measurement method is 26.697 grams, the color is 87%-88%, and it contains 23.493 grams of pure silver. If "Yuan Datou" is divided into three-year, eight-year, nine-year, and ten-year editions according to the year name, they are all regular editions. Among them, the eighth edition of the Republic of China was cast in a steel mold made by the British Birham Mint. It is exquisite in appearance and has a high collection value. In particular, the eighth edition of the Republic of China has the gap "made" (the word "made" on silver coins) "Missing a horizontal) "Yuan Datou" is the most worthy of collection. In addition, from the perspective of casting process and tooth edge decoration, "Yuan Datou" can also be divided into these editions: Yingyang tooth edge edition, T-shaped tooth edge edition, English signature edition, "Gansu" inscription edition, etc., and the market also contains Privately minted coins with low silver content.
民国三年(1914年)二月国民政府财政部公布《中华民国国币条例》,整顿统一币制,规定民国三年袁头像银币一元为本位币。重七钱二分,成色银九铜一(后改为89%),统一流通。由天津造币厂开铸。后南京 、广东 、武昌 、甘肃造币分厂陆续开铸,币值有一元 、半元 、二角、一角等面值。有签字 、无签字版,边齿为185 、170道直线。纪年有三年 、八年 、九年、十年四种,细微差异颇多,成色参差不齐。本品为民国三年(1914年)兰州造币厂铸,此系甘肃"袁大头"最初铸品,花文较粗,成色甚劣,铸不多。
In February of the third year of the Republic of China (1914), the Ministry of Finance of the National Government promulgated the "Regulations on the National Currency of the Republic of China", rectifying the unified currency system, and stipulating that the first silver coin of the Republic of China in the third year of the Republic of China is one yuan as the currency. Seven coins and two cents, fine silver nine bronze one (later changed to 89%), unified circulation. Founded by the Tianjin Mint. Later, mint factories in Nanjing, Guangdong, Wuchang, and Gansu opened successively, with currency values such as one yuan, half yuan, two jiao, and one jiao. There is a signature and no signature version, and the teeth are 185 and 170 straight lines. There are four chronological dates: three years, eight years, nine years, and ten years, with many subtle differences and uneven colors. This product was cast by the Lanzhou Mint in the third year of the Republic of China (1914). This is the original casting of "Yuan Datou" in Gansu.
此袁大头中华民国三年壹元银元,直径:3.9cm 重:26.8g 经过多年历史的洗礼品相还保存如此完美真是少见,目前,袁大头正以独特的魅力吸引着广大收藏爱好者,市场前景非常可观。加之,袁大头中华民国三年壹元银元在历史上存世时间并不长,如今存留于世的更是非常稀少,故而此币弥足珍贵,具有很高的文化价值和收藏价值。
This Yuan Datou three-year one dollar silver dollar from the Republic of China, diameter: 3.9cm, weight: 26.8g, after many years of history, the appearance of the wash gift is so perfect that it is rare. At present, Yuan Datou is attracting collectors with unique charm. The prospects are very impressive. In addition, Yuan Datou's three-year one-dollar silver dollar of the Republic of China has not survived for a long time in history, and now it is very rare in the world. Therefore, this coin is precious and has high cultural value and collection value.