摘要：藏品推荐，精品推荐《站洋币》Boutique recommendation-"Station Foreign currency"钱币市场里涨幅最大的板块,既不是风光无限的连体纪念钞,也不是彩色金银币,而是长期以来一直默默无闻的传统银元和外国早期商贸银元两大板块。
Boutique recommendation-"Station Foreign currency"
Collection name: station foreign currency
Specification: diameter 39mm, thickness 3mm, weight 26.8g
"Stationmaster" silver dollar is one of the foreign currencies which was cast by England and widely circulated in China in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China. "Stationmen" silver dollar began to circulate in Guangdong and Guangxi after entering China. Because of its exquisite production and high silver content, it was deeply loved by businessmen and people. When Britain saw that the silver dollar of "standing man" was profitable in China, it was cast and imported in large quantities. Before long, "stationmaster" silver dollar was used in most parts of China, especially in Beijing and Tianjin. At that time, in China's circulation of foreign currency, "stationmaster" silver dollar had accounted for a considerable proportion, which made China's silver flow into the UK continuously, causing serious damage to economic and trade interests.
According to preliminary statistics, there are more than 60 types of "standing in the ocean". From 1895 to 1935, "Zhanyang" was issued and stopped casting, which lasted 41 years. In addition to some years such as 1905, 1906, 1914-1920, 1922-1924, 1926-1928, 1931-1933, it was actually issued for 23 years. "Standing Yang" can be divided into two types from the perspective of layout: the one with secret record and the one without secret record. In addition, there is the theory of precision casting plate and Qizi plate. There is a secret note that there is a word "B" in the script on the point of the halberd and fork held by the warrior, which can be seen by people's eyes. No secret means that there is no secret on the front and back of "standing in the ocean". According to the legend, there are only five years for the issue of "Zhanyang", namely 1895, 1897, 1900, 1925, 1930, etc.
In 1912, the first year of the Republic of China, the British made trade silver dollar was commonly known as "stand by people, stand by foreign countries" and "stand by foreign countries" silver dollar. It was one of the foreign currencies cast by the United Kingdom and widely circulated in China in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China. "Zhanyang" silver dollar began to circulate in Guangdong and Guangxi after it came into China. Because of its exquisite production and high silver content, it was deeply loved by businessmen and people.
As early as the middle of the Ming Dynasty, Spain had already made "Benyang" silver coins (commonly known as "double pillars") in Mexico. During the Qianlong and Jiaqing years of the Qing Dynasty, China's foreign trade was booming, and the types of silver coins flowing into China from foreign countries were also increasing. To the end of the Qing Dynasty, apart from the "double pillars", there were also Mexico's "Eagle ocean", the British "standing ocean", the Indochina "sitting ocean", the Japanese "dragon ocean" and the commemorative silver coin of William Thi, Germany.
On the obverse of the silver coin is a warrior holding halberds and shields, and on the top of the warrior there is one dollar. Below the samurai is the age of casting. On the back is the Chinese character "one circle", on the top and bottom is the Chinese character "one circle", on the left and right is the Malay character "one circle", which is a historical carrier, recording the humiliating history of Chinese people's political oppression and economic exploitation.
There are various formats of "Zhanyang" silver dollar, respectively: version b, with a total of 23 years. Version C, 3 years in total. There is no cast version, 8 years in total. There are 15 kinds of precision plate. A total of 15 varieties were modified. Gold coins, 8 years in total.
In the money market, the biggest increase plate is neither the Commemorative Banknote with unlimited scenery nor the colored gold silver coin, but the traditional silver dollar and the early foreign trade silver dollar which have been unknown for a long time. Collecting coins is not only to see the rarity of coins, but also to see the historical value and technological value of coins.