Sun Yat-sen's founding commemorative coin was on December 29, 1911. After the Revolution of 1911, representatives of 17 provinces that had been recovered were elected Sun Yat-sen as the interim president of the Republic of China in Nanjing. On January 3, 1912, the government of the Republic of China was proclaimed and the Qing Dynasty was ruined. The feudal monarchy that lasted for more than 2,000 years in China was completed. At the time of the founding of the Republic of China, since the currency system had not yet been established, in addition to Sichuan's transformation of the Dahan silver coin and Fujian's transformation of the Chinese Yuanbao, the major mints still used the former Qinggang mold to cast silver coins for circulation. Due to the chaotic currency, Chen Jintao, the temporary government finance minister, presented the grand president of the Republic of China on March 11th, Sun Yat-sen, and drummed 10 million yuan to commemorate the silver coin for rectification. The pattern adopts the portrait of the granddaughter Sun Yat-sen, and the general silver coin will be changed to the pattern. Sun Yat-sen ordered the finance department to write a commemorative coin and ordered the rest of the general silver coin new pattern. "The middle should paint the grain model, take the meaning of the rich and the full-fledged people, and advise the farmer's rules." The new model was ordered to be minted by the provincial mints. Soon, the Ministry of Finance issued a new model to Jiangnan (Nanjing), Hubei, Guangdong and other mints, which is the origin of "the Republic of China Sun Yat-sen like the founding commemorative coin".
Collection name: Sun Xiaotou
Collection specification: Weight: 21.74 g; Diameter: 39 mm
This collection is a commemorative coin for the founding of the Republic of China. The patina is natural and the appearance is perfect. The central bank of the coin is the portrait of Mr. Sun Yat-sen. The coin is on the Chinese syllabary “Republic of China” and the lower margin is “The Founding Commemorative Coin”. The five characters, each of which is a long branch of five-petal fancy, means "the separation of five powers"; the center of the back is the Chinese script "Yuan Yuan", and the left and right are complemented by the Jiahe pattern, meaning "Fengmin is old enough". Jiahe pattern has one ear and three leaves, which stands for "Three People's Principles". The words "MEMENTO (commemorative)" and "BIRTHOFREPUBLICOFCHINA (Foundation of the Republic of China)" are used to mark the hexagonal star, the straight edge tooth, and the natural pulp. Distinguished from the sound it emits, its sound is long and sweet, and the teeth are small and straight. The casting style is unique, the carving is fine, the depth is moderate, the font is smooth, the bottom is flat and bright, the silver is dazzling, the picture is extremely harmonious, and it is quite artistic.
As the main currency of circulation, the silver dollar reflected the political, financial and cultural background and historical value. In addition, the purchase and sale of silver dollar is a feature of physical investment transactions, flexible investment value, small investment value, stable value, etc., and the rare gold precious metals produced by the silver dollar system are much less than copper coins, iron coins, banknotes, etc. More and more sought after.
Sun Xiaotou Yinyuan is a fine product of modern Chinese coins. It is historically edifying and is a revolutionary cultural relic of high value and has profound historical commemorative significance. The precious Sun Xiaotou Silver Dollar recorded the great history of the Revolution of 1911. Because of the centuries-old winds and rains, Sun Xiaotou’s silver dollar was extremely limited in casting, and the amount of the world was extremely rare, especially the good quality was more scarce, so it was very popular among collectors. Favor.