[collection name]: Soviet version of yuan Datou
In 1931, the Kuomintang regime carried out military encirclement and economic blockade of the Soviet Area, and the environment of the red regime was very bad. In order to meet the needs of the struggle situation, the Red Army made use of the silver dollar of "yuan Datou" in 1914, which was obtained by fighting against the local tyrants. The right side of Yuan Shikai's head was stamped with "Soviet" to show the difference and put it into circulation. This "Soviet Yuan Da tou" played an important role in developing the economy of revolutionary base areas, ensuring the supply of the Red Army and the construction of the red regime.
In order to meet the needs of the struggle situation, the Red Army made use of the silver dollar of "yuan Datou" in 1914, which was obtained by fighting against the local tyrants. The right side of Yuan Shikai's head was stamped with "Soviet" to show the difference and put it into circulation. This "Soviet Yuan Da tou" played an important role in developing the economy of revolutionary base areas, ensuring the supply of the Red Army and the construction of the red regime. From 1931 to 1934, the Central Mint of the Soviet Republic of China in Ruijin, Jiangxi Province, also imitated the three-year version of the Republic of China's "yuan Datou" to self cast silver dollar, which was limited to circulation in the Soviet area. Due to the limitation of technical and equipment conditions, although the silver dollar is good in color, the foundry is rougher than the original "yuan Datou" and the pattern of the coin is indistinct, so it is called "local lace" (silver dollar is commonly known as "lace money"). In addition to the "Soviet" stamp on the right side of Yuan Shikai's head, some coins also have the "worker" stamp on the face or back. In addition, in 1931, the Soviet government of Western Hunan and Hubei also cast "yuan Datou" in the third year of the Republic of China, which also bears the stamp of "Soviet". "Yuan Datou" is a valuable revolutionary cultural relic, which has witnessed the extraordinary years of the Soviet Republic of China.
On the front of this Soviet version of three years of yuan Datou, there is a five part military statue of yuan Datou, with three characters of "Soviet" on the bell, with the upper edge of "three years of the Republic of China" and "people" on the edge; on the back, there are two Jiahe pieces, with left-right interaction, lower tie tie and middle cast of "Wuyuan". The characters, patterns and patterns on the coins are bright and natural in color, moderate in depth, uniform in thickness and spacing. The details of portrait, hair, beard and awn are clear and vivid.
In the third year of the Republic of China, yuan Datou's one yuan Soviet edition was in good condition with proper size and good quality. In recent years, with the continuous warming of the money market, the price of many silver coins has been rising. Yuan Datou is one of the typical representatives. The so-called "yuan Datou silver dollar" refers to the silver dollar currency issued by Yuan Shikai after the revolution of 1911 in order to solve military expenses and improve his personal political status. Because these silver dollars are named yuan Datou because of his side image. As the leader of the warlord silver coins of the Republic of China, the "big head" series is not new to coin collectors.
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