As one kind of coin collection in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China, the mechanism copper circle has a very deep collection inside. We all know that after the success of the 1911 Revolution, the founding of the Taiwan and the fall of the Qing government marked the complete collapse of China's 2,000 year old feudal monarchy. Because the early establishment of the government currency system has not yet formed, social and economic life is unstable, 1914 copper dollar was officially renamed "Copper Currency" , is still a large number of circulation.
The copper coins issued by the Republic of China continued the system of minting coins in the Qing Dynasty, except that the dragon pattern was replaced by the golden grain pattern consisting of rice ears, with the words "founding commemorative coin" or "Taiwan copper coin" . But because the Republic of China only existed for a few decades in the history of China, it was very difficult to preserve coins in that time of war and chaos. The historical Taiwan copper coins are not only very valuable revolutionary relics, it also has profound historical significance.
This is a Taiwan double-flag coin for $20. On the Front of the coin are two crossed national flags with two long branches carved on each side. On the back of the coin are four characters for "Taiwan" , and in the middle is a flat chrysanthemum encircling the flat chrysanthemum, in its outer ring engraved a bead ring, in the ring outside the two six-star symmetry, the bottom engraved "when fifty copper dollars" words, material for Red Copper.
This coin is exquisitely made, exquisitely patterned, rich in content and of excellent quality. In the coin type transaction, the Taiwan double flag coin when 20 copper dollars has been favored by the majority of collectors, the future appreciation of unlimited space.
As one of the finest coins in modern China, the Taiwan was created during the period of frequent wars in China. It is not easy for coins to be preserved intact after an endless period of time, so although there were many versions of coins in the period of the Republic of China, it is rare to have such a fine collection, with a high historical value and artistic appraisal value, it is worth collecting!