发布时间：2021-09-22 15:56 作者：yydsa 点击： 【 字体：大 中 小 】
The emergence of currency is in line with the needs of people's exchange and circulation of goods. From the earliest shellfish in primitive society, to copper coins in feudal society, and then to paper money, the development of money has experienced many changes, developed into an independent monetary culture and an independent collection category. Chinese ancient coins have different shapes and varieties, creating more than 70 world's largest coins. The patterns, patterns and characters printed on them record history. They are the epitome of a country's historical development and have great historical value.
Modern Chinese silver dollar is the witness of modern Chinese history, which reflects the rise and fall of modern finance and the development of coinage technology in China. It has high investment value in collection and is also one of the important currencies and mainstream currencies in the world. Among them, the silver yuan of the Republic of China appears to have more historical value because of the special period of the Republic of China. Although the silver yuan of the Republic of China has withdrawn from the historical stage, the value of the silver yuan of the Republic of China has become more and more precious with the accumulation of time, especially the outstanding one yuan Datou.
In 1931, the Kuomintang reactionaries carried out military encirclement and economic blockade against the Soviet area, and the red regime had a very bad fighting environment against the enemy. In order to meet the needs of the situation of the enemy's struggle, the Red Army put a mark of "Soviet" on the right side of Yuan Shikai's head in the three years of the Republic of China captured from the local tyrants, in order to show the difference and develop the revolutionary roots. The base economy ensures the supply of the Red Army and the construction of the red regime. The Kuomintang had recasted many silver dollars covered with the Soviet Union, so it had the Soviet Union.
The coin is the three-year Soviet "Yuan Datou" of the Republic of China, with a round back. It is Yuan Shikai's silver dollar, a fine product cast in the three-year period of the Republic of China. Its overall preservation is complete, its history is transitional and natural. The front side is a five-point profile of Yuan Shikai. On the right side, there are three-character vertical traditional "Soviet" stamps, which are limited to circulation in the Soviet area. The six words of "Three-year of the Republic of China" are listed above, and two Jiahe on the back are handed in left and right. Mutual, lower tie belt, cast in the word "one circle". The coin bag is old-fashioned, rusty and natural, with deep words, lines and teeth, good taste and strong political color. It is extremely rare and precious for survivors to this day.
"Yuan Tou" represents the currency culture of modern China, reflects the rise and fall and vicissitudes of China's modern history, economy and finance, and has high artistic appreciation value and cultural relic value, as well as the function of maintaining and appreciating value to some extent. At present, the amount of "Yuan Tou" retained by the people is not too much, and silver is a precious metal, which is very suitable for investment and collection. This coin is particularly rare and therefore has a higher collectible value.