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时间:2019-11-17 09:56:16   作者:永初文化   来源:www.rongyi.org   阅读:559   评论:0
内容摘要: 此枚钱币为大日本明治八年壹萬圆铂金钱币,俗称日本明治八年贸易币,钱币正面中心位置有“铂金壹万圆”字样,上方刻印有代表日本皇室的十六瓣八重表菊纹徽章,左右两边伴以樱菊花枝,花蕊花蕾清晰可辨,枝脚交叉成蝴蝶结状,具有浓郁的东赢特色。背面中心位置有龙纹,龙纹张牙舞爪,怒目而视,磷须可......

This coin is a platinum coin of 10000 yuan in the eighth year of Meiji Japan. It is commonly known as the trade coin of Meiji Japan. In the center of the front of the coin there is the word "platinum 10000 yuan". On the top of the coin there are 16 petals of eight fold composite design badge representing the Japanese royal family. On the left and right sides there are cherry chrysanthemum branches. The flower buds are clear and distinguishable and the branches and feet are crossed into bows. It has strong Dongying characteristics. In the center of the back there are dragon patterns. The dragon patterns show teeth and claws. They glare at each other. The phosphorus must be visible and lifelike. The lower edge is "the eighth year of Meiji in Japan" and the upper edge is "370 · tenthoushandyen · 900". The dragon pattern is different from the traditional Chinese dragon pattern in details which is different from the majesty and domineering power transmitted by the Chinese dragon pattern. The Japanese dragon pattern tends to be vicious visually which is in line with the Japanese personality of fighting bravely and ruthlessly. The dragon pattern of this coin is only 3 claws which is quite different from the four claws and five claws of the Chinese dragon pattern. This ten thousand yuan coin is of excellent craftsmanship and obvious circulation traces. At that time its circulation was very small. After more than 100 years of baptism it is rare in the world and rare in currency with excellent collection value. As the saying goes rare is the most precious thing. Although the platinum 10000 yuan in the eight years of Meiji in Japan has gone through endless years the pattern is still clear and the above signs also witness the accumulation of its history. It has a very obvious historical transitional feature and an inexpressible collection value.