There are many kinds of ancient coins in Qing Dynasty. As a symbol of a dynasty, coins represent the face of a country. It is of epoch-making significance to reform coins and introduce western technology to change square hole coins into copper coins in Guangxu period! Among them, there were many types of copper coins in the Qing Dynasty, especially the ten. A number of Qing emperors issued copper coins as circulation currency. The use of copper coins has important practical and historical significance, making the transaction more and more convenient. The casting began in 1900 (the 26th year of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty) and ended in 1911 (the third year of Xuantong). Its circulation time was relatively short. Because of its elegant layout, excellent carving, and extremely rare amount of existence, the Qing Dynasty copper coins made in the year of Guangxu were regarded as one of the ten famous products in modern Chinese coin making.
This coin was made in Qing Dynasty. When it was made of ten coins, it was round and engraved with the word "Ning" in the middle of the front. It was issued by the Ministry to Jiangning mansion of Qing Dynasty. Four characters of "Qing Dynasty copper coin" and bead ring are cast in the outer ring, Shenwu is cast in the upper edge, and ten characters of "when making money" are cast in the lower edge. The characters are clear, upright, handsome and neat. On both sides are the words "household" and "department".
背面珠圈外上鑄“光緒年造”， 珠圈內鑄有蟠龍圖，紋理清晰，深淺分明，極具觀賞性。神龍紋路依舊，如刀刻所成，鑄造工藝神乎其技，且龍身紋路精美，并有云海襯托，威風凜凜，看上去仿佛是一幅神龍翱翔天際油畫，極其瑰麗，美得動人心魄! 用手去觸摸，可以感受到錢幣表面凹凸有致的龍紋與鑄字，質感相當好。錢幣兩面經過歲月的洗禮后，紋路依然清晰，質感相當好，整體美觀大方。
On the outside of the bead circle on the back is "made in the year of Guangxu". Inside the bead circle is a picture of a dragon with clear texture, clear depth and high ornamental value. The dragon pattern is still the same as that of the knife. The casting process is superb. The dragon pattern is exquisite, and it is set off by clouds. It looks like an oil painting of the dragon flying in the sky. It is extremely magnificent and charming. Touch it with your hands, you can feel the dragon pattern and the casting characters on the surface of the coins, which are very good in texture. After years of baptism on both sides of the coin, the lines are still clear, the texture is quite good, and the whole is beautiful and generous.
This Qing Dynasty copper coin has the word "Ning" in its center, "Ning" is connected with "Ning". Jiangning in Qing Dynasty is today's Nanjing city. It is proved that this coin was minted by Jiangnan Jiangning Bureau. Among the various provinces and bureaus of the Qing Dynasty, the copper coins are the rarest in the world, and their value is higher than that of other provinces and bureaus. This copper coin is completely preserved, and the characters and patterns can be clearly distinguished, which is really rare,
The copper coins of the Qing Dynasty had a fine casting process, and they were extremely rare in quantity and had a high collection value. It has a certain collection value. Many collectors can't let go of the Qing Dynasty copper coins, and collecting a variety of copper coins has become their goal, In recent years, "Qing Dynasty copper coins" once became the favorite of collectors. There were not many such coins, the revolution of 1911 broke out, and the Qing Dynasty was destroyed, so the coins were limited and rare. It is also said that Qing Dynasty copper coins had a dragon spirit, wearing them can drive away evil spirits and other benefits, with high cultural value, collection value, investment value and research value.