As a circulating currency issued by the emperor Guangxu of Qing dynasty, Hubei province made the silver ingot when ten "copper coin, which added a lot of convenience to the transaction at that time, so its use is of great practical and historical significance.
The inscription "Guangxu Yuanbao" in Han Dynasty was cast in the bead circle on the front of the copper coin, with six plum blossom decorations in the center, the upper ring book "Made in Hubei Province" outside the circle, and the lower ring book "When Ten". Each book has the full name of the Bureau of Money.
On the back is a picture of a coiled dragon, with exquisite decorations, exquisite Long Lin, graceful lines, smooth flowing, and exquisite casting techniques. When you look intently, it looks like a dragon soaring in the sky, lifelike and lifelike. The upper and lower rings are in English with a dot center on each side. This copper coin has exquisite casting technology, and its fonts and patterns all conform to the casting characteristics of the time. Manchu calligraphy has a solid foundation, a smooth and vigorous stroke, obvious traces of teeth and other uses, and is moistened with paste.
As one of the most exquisite coins in modern times, Hubei Province made Guangxu Yuanbao Dang Ten, which is indeed unique in style and rich in cultural connotation, is a rare product. For thousands of years, dragon has penetrated into all aspects of Chinese society and has become a cultural cohesion and accumulation. Dragon has become a symbol of China, a symbol of the Chinese nation and a symbol of Chinese culture. Ancient coins with dragon markings like this have always been loved and sought after by the Chinese and have high collection value.