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[Name] Sichuan silver coin made by military government
[Specification] Weight: 25.7g Diameter: 39.27mm Thickness: 2.37mm
The military government played an important role in overthrowing the feudal dynasty to establish the Republic of China. As a regional interim government in a very special period, the military government issued currency, such as the Hubei Military Government and the Sichuan Military Government, which issued copper coins. However, only the Sichuan military government issued silver coins, which is very rare and has a strong historical value. These currencies began to raise military squads, maintain government spending, and later became regional currencies. Therefore, the military government currency has the dual functions of military currency and civil currency, which is of great significance.
This military government made Sichuan silver coins separated into two zones by the bead circle. The outer zone wrote "Military Government", and the currency value is "Yuanyuan". There are four four-flowered stars on each side, which are small and exquisite. Direct reading "Sichuan Silver Coin", the font is dignified, with a beautiful hibiscus flower in the middle, symbolizing Chengdu, Chengdu. On the back of the silver coin, the first year of the Republic of China "the first year of the Republic of China", there are also four four-flowered stars on each side, with a large circle in the middle, and the inner word "Han" represents the meaning of the new government "Big Han". Under the word "Han", there is a horizontal shading decoration, a circle consisting of eighteen small circles, and a vertical inlaid pattern, symbolizing the 18 provinces that responded to the 1911 Revolution. The overall design is exquisite and highly collectible.
China is the last country in the world to end the silver standard currency system. The other countries in the world have already withdrawn from the currency circulation mechanism. The silver coins have been concentrated in the old Chinese circulation during the Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China with the development of the old Chinese international trade. Due to the long-term large-scale acceptance of the silver dollar by the People's Bank of China, the actual stock of the old silver dollar has become less and less, and eventually it has become a rare collection of investment products over time.