The Silver coin of Guangxu Yuanbao of Sichuan Province was minted in Guangxu 24 years (1898). The Mint Mint Bank of Sichuan Province, Guangxu 25 years (1899), the Qing Dynasty reorganized the mints around the country, so that the Silver Yuan needed by Sichuan Province was minted by the Silver Yuan Bureau of Hubei Province, and the coin was stopped for a time. Guangxu was recast in the twenty-seventh year (1901) until the thirty-fourth year (1908).
The development of the silver dollar made in Sichuan Province reflects the progress and retreat of China's monetary policy in the late Qing Dynasty, and each break also records a historical bump. Understanding the history of coinage and the changing process of mint can not only understand the historical value of silver dollar, but also improve the recognition of the types, color, dragon pattern and tooth edge characteristics of silver dollar in different periods.
Collection Name: Sichuan Chuangguang Xuyuan Treasury Ping Qian Bian
直径：38.6mm 重量：22.5g 厚度：2.79mm
Diameter: 38.6mm Weight: 22.5g Thickness: 2.79mm
The coin is made in Sichuan Province on the front edge and Kuping Qian Bian on the bottom edge. The central part of the coin is written in the Chinese character "Guangxu Yuanbao", with flower patterns on the center and a star on both sides. The back of the coin is surrounded by an English character with solid petals on both sides, and in the middle is a magnificent cockroach dragon with exquisite eyes, delicate carvings of dragon scales, cloudy body and posture. Strong and powerful, heroic, to show the Royal majesty. Good appearance, is a boutique Guangxu Yuan Bao, has a very high collection value and appreciation space.