In the course of the development of modern Chinese history, many historical heroes appeared. Among them, Sun Yat-sen, who overthrew the feudal autocratic rule of Manchu and Qing Dynasty in the early 19th century and ended the feudal monarchy for more than two thousand years, became an important historical figure in the process of modern social development. Dr. Sun Yat-sen not only made great contributions to China politically, but also painted a grand blueprint for China's development economically. He was the pioneer of democratic revolutionary thought in modern history.
[Name] One yuan of the Republic of China's double-sail coins
"Ship Ocean" is the common name of the silver coin of the pattern of the ocean sailing boat coined by the national government in the 1930s. In the 1920's (1933), the Nanjing government of the Kuomintang decided to abandon the plan of adopting the gold standard currency system, to determine the silver standard currency system, and stipulated that the silver currency of Sun Xiangshuai was the national currency. Shanghai Central Mint coined this coin in 22 and 23 years. It has been circulated in large quantities. Among the thousands of old silver coins issued in modern China, the influence of ShipYang silver coin is second only to that of Yuan Datou silver coin. Its front design casts a profile portrait of Sun Yat-sen, the pioneer of the revolution, in Chinese costume, in the upper period of "the Republic of China, 22 or 23 years"; the back design is a chart of the sailing boat of the two-mast sailing boat, the epoch value of "one circle" is listed around the ship, the silver dollar diameter is 3.94cm, the weight is 26.697 grams, the color is 88%, including 23.49g Sterling silver, the outer ring straight teeth. Side. After the issuance of "Chuanyang", it was welcomed by the public in the market. Along with "Yuan Datou" and "Founding Commemorative Coin", it gradually replaced all kinds of "Longyang" and foreign silver dollars circulating in the market. Until 1935, the Kuomintang government implemented the policy of legal currency and banned the circulation of silver dollars.
In the "Ship Ocean" silver coin series, there is a 21-year version of the Republic of China silver coin with a dramatic fate. The 21-year double-sail coin of the Republic of China, commonly known as the three-bird silver coin or the three-bird coin, was minted and issued by the Shanghai Central Mint in the 21-year period of the Republic of China (1932). The silver coin is the first "ship ocean" silver coin issued before the National Government abandoned the gold standard currency system, determined the silver standard currency system and promulgated the "Foundry Bill", which was once designated as the national currency by the Ministry of Finance. The front of the silver coin is a profile of Sun Yat-sen's cultural costume. The top of the silver coin is the word "21 years of the Republic of China" and the back is a double mast sailing boat sailing in the wind and waves. The value of the silver coin is divided left and right. There are three birds flying high on the sail, sunrise and nine awn lines on the right side of the boat.
Shortly after the issuance of the coin, people spread that the rising sun on the right side of the sailing boat symbolizes Japan (because the Japanese flag is the Sun Flag), and three birds on board symbolize Japanese bombers. The anti-Japanese patriotism of the Chinese people is rising due to the Japanese invasion of China. The coin is considered to be disgraceful and an unknown omen. In order to meet the needs of the people, the national government urgently withdraws and no longer uses it. At the same time, it redesigns new patterns, removes the patterns of rising sun and rising sun and three birds, and prepares to be minted and issued again. However, when the new coin steel pattern was made, it was early in the 1920s. The MINT changed the positive "21" to "22" years, and then again. This is a silver coin of the 1920's sailing boat, which is very common today. Such a small square contains such a profound historical connotation. "Three Bird's Coin" has a shorter casting time, a smaller casting amount and a rarer handed down from generation to generation.
In the design of the coin surface, the double-sail coin is the source of wisdom and unique aesthetic perspective of hundreds of craftsmen. This 21-year double-sail coin of the Republic of China has excellent appearance, harmonious overall shape, exquisite design and rare sails. Through the contrast and refraction of light, the silver spots of the coin still permeate. The refutation of ancient "Baopu" is a natural "track of time", which is relatively rare in the market. Therefore, it has attracted thousands of collectors to collect, which shows its value status.
This coin is now in Mr. Zhang's hand. Please consult Mr. Zhang: 13265589806.