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[collection name] commemorative coin of sun xiaotou’s founding of the Republic of China (first round Edition)
[collection Specification] diameter: 38.9mm, side tooth thickness: 2.2mm, weight: 26.6g
[collection type] miscellaneous
[collection source] heirloom of Hubei collectors
From ancient times to now, people have the tradition of saving money. It is understood that the collection of coins is generally divided into paper money, gold and silver commemorative coins and ancient coins, and silver dollar in ancient coins has always been a hot spot. Because silver is precious in material and high in artistic value. At the same time, the production of silver coins is much less than that of ancient coins and notes of the Republic of China. In addition, due to the continuous wars in the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China, some of the more precious silver coins are rare.
The commemorative coins of the founding of the Republic of China, sun xiaotou, were minted in Nanjing and Tianjin in the 16th and 17th years of the Republic of China, but all of them were “commemorative coins of the founding of the Republic of China”. There are two types of Silver Dollar Commemorative Coins of the founding of Sun Xiang in the Republic of China: one is pentagram, the other is hexagon. Characteristic hexagon star, divided into two major sections: round character and round character.
Sun Yat Sen’s founding commemorative coin, the hexangular silver dollar, is a rare one. On the other hand, the “top circle” on the back is more rare. Based on the understanding of Sun Yat-sen’s founding commemorative coins by Tibetan friends in recent years, the small amount of silver coins in existence is favored by Tibetan friends. Their preference for silver coins is mainly attributed to the following three points: first, they are beautifully made and highly ornamental; second, they have a variety of varieties and a large choice; third, they have a short history and are easy to start with, coupled with a small amount of production, and after the late Qing Dynasty, there were frequent wars, which led to a great loss of silver coins. These three points have the possibility of long-term investment for collectors.
Silver coins are precious in material and high in artistic value. They are made of precious metals or silver alloys. They are exquisitely made, well-designed, elegant in writing, rich in content and brilliant in silver. They also have a certain function of preserving and appreciating value.
此枚中华民国孙小头开国纪念币直径长直径：38.9mm，边齿厚：2.2mm，重26.6g，表面呈银白色，其背面中间有“壹圆”字样，”圆“字有出头圆点，存世量极少，大小规范，品相完美。中华民国孙小头开国纪念币，俗称“小头”。钱币正面中央为孙中山侧面肖像，边缘内上镌中文隶书体“中华民国”4字、下镌“开国纪念币”5字、左右长枝花饰。背面中央为中文隶书体“壹圆”及嘉禾，边缘上侧铸有“MEMENTO”(纪念币)字样，下侧为“BIRTH OF REPUBLIC OF CHINA”(中华民国诞生)，左右上方分列六角星图案，直线边齿。藏品币面干净，色泽明亮，铸造工艺精湛，乃古钱币之精品。孙中山开国纪念币当时铸造数量极为有限，特别是此种版类。具有很高的收藏价值，值得藏家倾情收藏。This commemorative coin of the founding of the Republic of China by sun xiaotou has a diameter of 38.9mm, a side tooth thickness of 2.2mm, a weight of 26.6g, a silvery white surface, and a “circle” in the middle of its back. The “circle” has a round dot, a small amount of life, a standard size and a perfect appearance. The commemorative coin of the founding of the Republic of China is commonly known as “xiaotou”. In the center of the obverse is Sun Yat-sen’s side portrait, on the inside of the margin is engraved with four characters of Chinese clerical script “Republic of China”, under which is engraved with five characters of “Founding commemorative coins”, with long flower decorations on the left and right. In the center of the reverse is the Chinese script “Yiyuan” and Jiahe, with the inscription “memento” on the upper side of the margin and “birth of Republic of China” on the lower side. The coins in the collection are clean, bright in color and exquisite in casting process, which are the best of ancient coins. At that time, the number of the commemorative coins of Sun Yat-sen’s founding was very limited, especially in this type. It has a high collection value and is worth collecting.
This collection is the core recommended collection for this London auction. You are welcome to come to London auction for consultation and auction. This is a rare opportunity!