12 versions of yuan datou of the Republic of China
Factory point year, flat mouth manufacturing ▼ left and right hook mang, open shell ▼ ox mouth manufacturing, hollow leaf ▼ Yuan Datou nine years one round 9 years Yuan Datou is the Republic of China 9 years (public 1920) casting, the mold is the most delicate of all the large front plates.
Yuan da tou was one of the main currency in circulation during the Republic of China. “Yuan da Tou” was a colloquial term for the series of coins bearing the likeness of Yuan Shikai Yuan Shikai. Beiyang government in order to rectify the currency system, uniform silver coins, in the Republic of China three years (1914) February, promulgated the“National Currency Regulations” 13, decided to implement the silver standard system. According to the national currency regulations, “The unit of price of sterling silver of Kupyn is called a Yuan,”“One silver coin, weighing seven coins and two cents, eight or nine silver coins, and one bronze coin,”“And there is no limit to the number of one silver coin.”, that is, a silver dollar as an unlimited amount of money to repay the standard loan. According to this regulation, in December 1914 and February 1915, one silver coin was minted successively by the Mint and the Jiangnan Mint. The face of the coin was engraved with the head of Yuan Shikai, commonly known as “Yuan tou coin” or “Yuan da tou”.
Casting span from 1914 to 1951, the total issuance of more than 750 million pieces. The coins weigh 26.6 g, 13.3 g, 5.3 G and 2.6 g respectively, and are 89.1% , 84.5% , 80.4% and 82.5% in color, respectively. The outer rings of the coins are mainly straight teeth, also cast a small amount of i-word edge and lace edge.
(4) all typefaces start and end very mellow, free, full, without the feeling of blunt, such as“One” word.
(6) At the eleventh o'clock of Jiahe, in the corresponding two grain ears, the upper one grain ear is raised high, and to the right, there is a grain ear pressing leaves, and the grass has a strong sense of three-dimensionality.
In the near silhouette of the neck of the head of yuan is the signature of the maker of the Italian coin model, Lurge George: L. GIORGI, and the rest is no different from ordinary products.
The signatures are all capitalized, with L and G one point larger than several others.The letter O is basically orthogonal.
Several fake signatures:
1, the real coin added a signature, 30 times magnification mirror can be seen.
2, white steel material, 3 yuan one, 0 close to the positive circle.
3, real silver counterfeit coins.