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时间:2018-08-10 16:30:29   作者:雅轩_a01   来源:www.rongyi.org   阅读:30454   评论:0
内容摘要: 民国成立后,铜元仍继续大量流通使用,1914年,铜元正式改称“铜币”,民国发行的铜币与清最大的区别是龙纹被换成了由稻穗组成的嘉禾纹,各省铸造的铜元大多为两面叉的国旗图案,并有“开国纪念币”或“中华民国”字样。 此枚双旗币贰百文为错版币,正反两面有90度的错位,正面图......





After the founding of the Republic of China the bronze yuan continued to circulate in large quantities. In 1914 the bronze yuan was formally renamed "copper coin". The biggest difference between the bronze coins issued in the Republic of China and the Qing Dynasty was that the dragon pattern was replaced by the grain of Jiahe composed of rice ears. Most of the bronze Yuan minted in various provinces were two-pronged flag patterns with the words "commemorative coin of the founding of the Republic of China" or "the Republic of Sample.

This double-flag coin is a wrong one with 90 degrees of dislocation on both sides. The center of the front pattern is a cross-flag. The back pattern is a Jiahe pattern composed of rice ears. The center of the Jiahe pattern is a hundred words. The two years of the Republic of China are written on the top and the Sichuan Mint on the bottom. The wrong one is unique and has undergone years of washing. Rites but the lines are still clearly visible the above rust also witnessed the accumulation of its history has a very obvious transitional characteristics of history well-preserved the money outline of a clear degree has a high historical value artistic value and collection value it is worth the majority of coin collectors to invest and collect.