袁大头一组

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袁大头是民国时期主要流通货币之一,“袁大头”是对袁世凯像系列硬币的口语俗称,严谨点说叫“袁世凯像背嘉禾银币”。北洋政府为了整顿币制,划一银币,于民国三年(1914年)二月,颁布《国币条例》十三条,决定实行银本位制度。《国币条例》规定:“以库平纯银六钱四分八厘为价格之单位,定名为圆”,“一圆银币,总重七钱二分,银八九,铜一一”,“一圆银币用数无限制”,即以一圆银币为无限法偿的本位贷币。根据这一规定,于1914年12月及1915年2月, 先后由造币总厂及江南造币厂开铸一圆银币,币面镌刻袁世凯头像,俗称“袁头币”或“袁大头”。

Yuan Datou was one of the main currency in circulation during the Republic of China. "Yuan Datou" is the colloquial term for the series of Yuan Shikai's portrait coins. Strictly speaking, it is called "Yuan Shikai's portrait back of the Golden Harvest Silver Coin". In order to rectify the currency system and standardize the silver coin, the Beiyang government promulgated 13 Articles of the National Currency Regulations in February of the Republic of China (1914) and decided to implement the silver standard system. The "National Currency Regulations" stipulates: "The price is based on Kuping's sterling silver six quarters and eight cents, and the unit is named Yuan", "One round silver coin has a total weight of seven coins and two cents, silver eighty-nine, and copper one one." There is no limit to the number of one-yen silver coins", that is, one-yen silver coin is the standard credit currency with unlimited repayment. According to this regulation, in December 1914 and February 1915, one round of silver coins were minted by the Mint and Jiangnan Mint. The head of Yuan Shikai was engraved on the coin, commonly known as "Yuan Tou Coin" or "Yuan Head"。

“袁大头”,是对铸造于民国初年镌有袁世凯侧面头像壹圆银币的一种俗称。因其首铸于民国三年,又有称“民三”者,此类别称由来已久。作为民国袁大头是民国时期主要流通货币之一,“袁大头”是对袁世凯像系列硬币的口语俗称,严谨点说叫“袁世凯像背嘉禾银币”。北洋政府为了整顿币制,划一银币,于民国三年(1914年)二月,颁布《国币条例》十三条,决定实行银本位制度。《国币条例》规定:“以库平纯银六钱四分八厘为价格之单位,定名为圆”,“一圆银币,总重七钱二分,银八九,铜一一”,“一圆银币用数无限制”,即以一圆银币为无限法偿的本位贷币。根据这一规定,于1914年12月及1915年2月, 先后由造币总厂及江南造币厂开铸一圆银币,币面镌刻袁世凯头像,俗称“袁头币”或“袁大头”。“袁大头”,是对铸造于民国初年镌有袁世凯侧面头像壹圆银币的一种俗称。因其首铸于民国三年,又有称“民三”者,此类别称由来已久。作为民国军阀银币的领头羊,“大头”系列对钱币收藏爱好者来说,并不陌生。“袁大头”银元的诞生,也是银元发展的必然结果。在辛亥革命后,袁世凯为了解决军费和提高个人政治地位而发行的银元货币,因这些银元铸有他的侧身图像而得名。此组“中华民国三年袁大头私铸币”钱币一组共38枚,8枚22g左右,7枚20g,2枚19.9g,1枚24g,20枚21g左右,钱币正面袁世凯侧身像,上刻有“中华民国三年”,背面图案是两株交叉的稻穗,中央为“壹圆”字样。由于它是实物货币,介于人们对贵金属的认可,以及对历史文化强烈的认同感,因此收藏的人不在少数。“袁大头”的变现能力比较强,这也是藏家看好的因素之一!袁大头是民国时期主要流通货币之一,“袁大头”是对袁世凯像系列硬币的口语俗称,严谨点说叫“袁世凯像背嘉禾银币”。北洋政府为了整顿币制,划一银币,于民国三年(1914年)二月,颁布《国币条例》十三条,决定实行银本位制度。《国币条例》规定:“以库平纯银六钱四分八厘为价格之单位,定名为圆”,“一圆银币,总重七钱二分,银八九,铜一一”,“一圆银币用数无限制”,即以一圆银币为无限法偿的本位贷币。根据这一规定,于1914年12月及1915年2月, 先后由造币总厂及江南造币厂开铸一圆银币,币面镌刻袁世凯头像,俗称“袁头币”或“袁大头”。“袁大头”,是对铸造于民国初年镌有袁世凯侧面头像壹圆银币的一种俗称。因其首铸于民国三年,又有称“民三”者,此类别称由来已久。作为民国军阀银币的领头羊,“大头”系列对钱币收藏爱好者来说,并不陌生。“袁大头”银元的诞生,也是银元发展的必然结果。在辛亥革命后,袁世凯为了解决军费和提高个人政治地位而发行的银元货币,因这些银元铸有他的侧身图像而得名。此组“中华民国三年袁大头私铸币”钱币一组共38枚,8枚22g左右,7枚20g,2枚19.9g,1枚24g,20枚21g左右,钱币正面袁世凯侧身像,上刻有“中华民国三年”,背面图案是两株交叉的稻穗,中央为“壹圆”字样。由于它是实物货币,介于人们对贵金属的认可,以及对历史文化强烈的认同感,因此收藏的人不在少数。“袁大头”的变现能力比较强,这也是藏家看好的因素之一!军阀银币的领头羊,“大头”系列对钱币收藏爱好者来说,并不陌生。“袁大头”银元的诞生,也是银元发展的必然结果。在辛亥革命后,袁世凯为了解决军费和提高个人政治地位而发行的银元货币,因这些银元铸有他的侧身图像而得名。此组“中华民国三年袁大头私铸币”钱币一组共38枚,8枚22g左右,7枚20g,2枚19.9g,1枚24g,20枚21g左右,钱币正面袁世凯侧身像,上刻有“中华民国三年”,背面图案是两株交叉的稻穗,中央为“壹圆”字样。由于它是实物货币,介于人们对贵金属的认可,以及对历史文化强烈的认同感,因此收藏的人不在少数。“袁大头”的变现能力比较强,这也是藏家看好的因素之一!

"Yuan Datou" is a common name for a one-yuan silver coin with Yuan Shikai's profile head cast in the early years of the Republic of China. Because it was first cast in the third year of the Republic of China, it was also called the "Three of the People". This category has a long history. As one of the main currencies in circulation during the Republic of China, "Yuan Datou" is the colloquial term for the series of Yuan Shikai's portrait coins. Strictly speaking, it is called "Yuan Shikai's portrait on the back of the Golden Harvest Silver Coin". In order to rectify the currency system and standardize the silver coin, the Beiyang government promulgated 13 Articles of the National Currency Regulations in February of the Republic of China (1914) and decided to implement the silver standard system. The "National Currency Regulations" stipulates: "The price is based on Kuping's sterling silver six quarters and eight cents, and the unit is named Yuan", "One round silver coin has a total weight of seven coins and two cents, silver eighty-nine, and copper one one." There is no limit to the number of one-yen silver coins", that is, one-yen silver coin is the standard credit currency with unlimited repayment. According to this regulation, in December 1914 and February 1915, one round of silver coins were minted by the Mint and Jiangnan Mint. The head of Yuan Shikai was engraved on the coin, commonly known as "Yuan Tou Coin" or "Yuan Head". . "Yuan Datou" is a common name for a one-yuan silver coin with Yuan Shikai's profile picture cast in the early years of the Republic of China. Because it was first cast in the third year of the Republic of China, it is also called the "Three of the People". This category has a long history. As the leader of the Republic of China warlord silver coins, the "Big Head" series is no stranger to coin collectors. The birth of "Yuan Datou" silver dollar is also the inevitable result of silver dollar development. After the Revolution of 1911, Yuan Shikai issued the silver dollar currency in order to resolve military expenditures and improve his personal political status. These silver dollars were named for his sideways image. This group of "Three Years of the Republic of China Yuan Datou Private Minting Coins" coins a set of 38 coins, 8 pieces of about 22g, 7 pieces of 20g, 2 pieces of 19.9g, 1 piece of 24g, 20 pieces of approximately 21g, with a side view of Yuan Shikai on the front of the coin, engraved on top There is "Three Years of the Republic of China". The back pattern is two crossed ears of rice, with the words "One circle" in the center. Because it is a physical currency, between people's recognition of precious metals and a strong sense of identity with history and culture, there are not a few people who collect it. "Yuan Datou" has a relatively strong liquidity ability, which is also one of the factors that collectors are optimistic about! Yuan Datou was one of the main currencies in circulation during the Republic of China. "Yuan Datou" is the colloquial term for the series of Yuan Shikai's portrait coins. Strictly speaking, it is called "Yuan Shikai's portrait on the back of Jiahe silver coins". In order to rectify the currency system and standardize the silver coin, the Beiyang government promulgated 13 Articles of the National Currency Regulations in February of the Republic of China (1914) and decided to implement the silver standard system. The "National Currency Regulations" stipulates: "The price is based on Kuping's sterling silver six quarters and eight cents, and the unit is named Yuan", "One round silver coin has a total weight of seven coins and two cents, silver eighty-nine, and copper one one." There is no limit to the number of one-yen silver coins", that is, one-yen silver coin is the standard credit currency with unlimited repayment. According to this regulation, in December 1914 and February 1915, one round of silver coins were minted by the Mint and Jiangnan Mint. The head of Yuan Shikai was engraved on the coin, commonly known as "Yuan Tou Coin" or "Yuan Head". . "Yuan Datou" is a common name for a one-yuan silver coin with Yuan Shikai's profile picture cast in the early years of the Republic of China. Because it was first cast in the third year of the Republic of China, it is also called the "Three of the People". This category has a long history. As the leader of the Republic of China warlord silver coins, the "Big Head" series is no stranger to coin collectors. The birth of "Yuan Datou" silver dollar is also the inevitable result of silver dollar development. After the Revolution of 1911, Yuan Shikai issued the silver dollar currency in order to resolve military expenditures and improve his personal political status. These silver dollars were named for his sideways image. This group of "Three Years of the Republic of China Yuan Datou Private Minting Coins" coins a set of 38 coins, 8 pieces of about 22g, 7 pieces of 20g, 2 pieces of 19.9g, 1 piece of 24g, 20 pieces of approximately 21g, with a side view of Yuan Shikai on the front of the coin, engraved on top There is "Three Years of the Republic of China", the back pattern is two crossed ears of rice, and the word "One circle" in the center. Because it is a physical currency, between people's recognition of precious metals and a strong sense of identity with history and culture, there are not a few people who collect it. "Yuan Datou" has a relatively strong liquidity ability, which is also one of the factors that collectors are optimistic about! The leader of warlord silver coins, the "Big Head" series is no stranger to coin collectors. The birth of "Yuan Datou" silver dollar is also the inevitable result of silver dollar development. After the Revolution of 1911, Yuan Shikai issued the silver dollar currency in order to resolve military expenditures and improve his personal political status. These silver dollars were named for his sideways image. This group of "Three Years of the Republic of China Yuan Datou Private Minting Coins" coins a set of 38 coins, 8 pieces of about 22g, 7 pieces of 20g, 2 pieces of 19.9g, 1 piece of 24g, 20 pieces of approximately 21g, with a side view of Yuan Shikai on the front of the coin, engraved on top There is "Three Years of the Republic of China". The back pattern is two crossed ears of rice, with the words "One circle" in the center. Because it is a physical currency, between people's recognition of precious metals and a strong sense of identity with history and culture, there are not a few people who collect it. "Yuan Datou" has a relatively strong liquidity ability, which is also one of the factors that collectors are optimistic about!

袁大头普通币上面(正面)为袁世凯左侧五分像,上铸“中华民国三年””中文繁体,具有很高的历史文化研究价值,寓意“民主、共和、宪政及君主立宪“之思想希冀。下面(背面)为嘉禾之图案,古称生长奇异的禾,古人以之为吉祥的征兆。亦泛指生长茁壮的禾稻。典出《尚书·周书·微子之命》:“唐叔得禾,异亩同颖,献诸天子。铸在钱币之上寓意国家重视农桑、以民生为本;其另一思想取其家和之谐音,寓意“家和万事兴”之意;铸币之上当政者有国泰民安、吉祥如意之愿景,民间收藏,寓意“家和万事兴”之吉祥之宝,故有很高的收藏研究价值。

On the top (front) of the Yuan Datou ordinary coin is the five-pointed image of Yuan Shikai on the left, cast in traditional Chinese for "Three Years of the Republic of China", which has high historical and cultural research value, and implies the ideals of "democracy, republic, constitutional government and constitutional monarchy" The bottom (reverse) is the pattern of Jiahe, which was called the strange-growing grass in ancient times. The ancients took it as an auspicious sign. It also refers to the strong-growing rice. The book "Shangshu·Book of Zhou·The Life of the Weizi" was published: "Uncle Tang Get he, different acres are the same, dedicated to the emperor. Casting on coins means that the country attaches importance to agriculture and people’s livelihood; its other idea is based on the homophony of family harmony, which means "home and all things are prosperous"; those in power on coining have the vision of national peace, peace and good fortune, Folk collections symbolize the auspicious treasures of "home and everything prosper", so they have high collection research value。


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