Kangxi Tongbao, one of the ancient coins. During the reign of Emperor Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty, social and political stability was relatively stable, economic development was rapid, commodity exchange and monetary economy were also very developed. The coins in the reign of Emperor Kangxi were exquisitely minted, most of them were very regular, heavy in money type, beautiful and generous in writing, and the amount of coins was enormous and the world was very rich.
During the reign of Kangxi, there were 24 money-making bureaus in the whole country, and the coins of different money-making bureaus were different. The 24 coins were assembled into one set. From the positive characters of the 24 coins, there was no big difference. They were all Kangxi Tongbao, but their backwords were different. Except that Baoquan Bureau and Baoyuan Bureau of the Ministry of Household Affairs were Manchu, the other 22 coins were all full. There is one word in each of the two languages, Manchu on the left and Chinese on the right. These 22 Chinese characters represent 22 money-making bureaus. If subdivided, there is another Kangxi "Luohan Qian".
藏品名称：康熙通宝 藏品 重量：5g 直径：28.24mm
The front of the coin is "Kangxi Tongbao" and the back is "Baoquan" in Manchu. The surface is golden and belongs to Arhat coin. In fact, "Luohan Qian" is a kind of birthday money for Emperor Kangxi's 60th birthday. Kangxi was the oldest emperor in Qing Dynasty. He lived for 61 years. It was his sixtieth birthday. Baoquan Bureau of the Ministry of Extraordinary Household Affairs (then the Mint) coined a batch of "Longevity Money" to commemorate his birthday. On the back of the coin, the word "Baoquan" in Manchu means that Baoquan Bureau of the Ministry of Household Affairs in Beijing was made. This kind of coin is especially exquisite in workmanship. It is said that it was mingled with the material of the golden Arhat, so later generations made it into rings, or melted it into gold, or gave it to the younger generations as lucky money, or used it as a box money when their daughter got married, resulting in fewer and fewer coins surviving in the world. So far, it has become rare for Quanjia. Varieties.