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Qing Dynasty Gold Coin Guangxu Bingwu Year (Kupyn)
CCollection name: Qing Dynasty Gold Coin Guangxubingnian (Kupyn) collection size: diameter 39 mm weight 37.1 grams
In the third year of Guangxu, gold coins of the Qing Dynasty were made. Coins like this have always been a big collector's dream, Liu said, for this collection of great value, the collection is fate, luck. In China, collectors are extremely fond of the silver dollar, because the Chinese nation is a Legend of the Dragon. According to folklore, the dragon on the back of the gold coin created at the end of the reign of Emperor Guangxu in the reign of Emperor Guangxu could increase a person's fortune and make him look for good luck and avoid misfortune. Therefore, the silver dollar has always been a favorite of collectors.
As we all know, in the late Qing Dynasty, the silver dollar minting issue has been very common, and has become the main currency in circulation. Now the Qing Dynasty Silver Dollar collection value has been accepted by the majority of coin collectors, therefore, the Qing Dynasty silver dollar market price has been relatively high. As for the gold coins of the Qing Dynasty, they are very strange to the vast number of coin collectors. In fact, at the end of the Qing Dynasty, some gold coins were also minted. However, these gold coins were not minted and issued officially. Therefore, they're less well known. In 1906, the 32nd year of Guangxu, the Qing government took measures to rectify the coin ratio and ordered the minting of gold coins to mark the year of Gan and Zhi, which was the year of Ping Wu. However, the gold coin was not issued after minting, the reason is that the gold coin above the text error, and therefore can not be circulated in the country