[Tibet. Recommendation] column for the strong dissemination effect of the collection to recommend to buyers the selected art treasures by experts at the first level of national appraisal, to bridge the gap for Tibetans, so that the value of thousands of art treasures are excavated and valued, and high-priced transactions can be concluded in the auction.
After the Revolution of 1911, the construction of the new Military government in Sichuan was confronted with the financial dilemma of daily necessity and daily expenditure. The junta quickly accepted the Chengdu Mint in Sichuan province. In April of the first year of the Republic of China (1912), under the orders of the Military government of Sichuan, Chengdu Mint opened the mold and forged "Military government made Sichuan copper COINS" (also known as "Han" copper COINS). The military government made Sichuan copper COINS at the historic moment, with distinct and strong historical features, and of great historical significance.
This elaborate set of "military build copper COINS" in sichuan, were 39.61 mm in diameter, 39.18 mm, 36.68 mm, 36.5 mm, 36.57 mm/weight 21.08 g, 20.84 g and 17.62 g and 17.85 g and 18.36 g. The surface is smooth and clean, without obvious impact marks on the edge, and the product is in good condition. Regular shape and system, appropriate size, the old pulp, natural rust color, years flow marks, circulation marks obvious, natural historical transition, for COINS and treasures.
铜币正面中央珠圈内有"四川铜币"四字，上下左右分列，四个字中心镌一朵精巧的芙蓉花，标志蓉城成都。珠圈上缘书"军政府造"四字，下缘为"当制钱XXX字样，标明币值，左右饰以花星纹饰。银币背面中央大圆圈内为一篆书"汉"字，"汉"字底有数十条横直纹，因而钱币收藏者也称之为"汉"字银元。 "汉"字圆圈外还环绕有18个小圆圈，代表当时的十八个省份。把18个小圆圈围绕着 "汉" 字联成一体，寓意十八省人民团结起来共同为 "驱逐鞑虏，恢复中华" 而战斗。圈外上端镌“中华民国X年”六个字。它带有辛亥革命那一时期鲜明的时代印记，见证了那一段波澜壮阔的民国历史!据此它有着不同的收藏价值。
Inside the front of the central bead ring of copper coin "Sichuan copper coin" four words, up and down the left and right, four words engraved in the center of a delicate hibiscus flower, marking Chengdu, Chengdu. The upper edge of the bead circle has four characters "Made by the military junta", and the lower edge is "when making money", the words XXX, indicating the value of the currency, and the left and right sides are decorated with flower stars. A large circle in the middle of the reverse side of the coin shows the seal character "Han". There are several horizontal and straight lines on the bottom of the character "Han", so coin collectors also call it "Han" silver. Around the circle of "Han" are 18 small circles, representing 18 provinces at that time. The 18 small circles are united around the character "Han", implying that the people of the 18 provinces unite to fight for "expel the Manchus and restore China". The upper end of the ring engraved "Republic of China X" six words. It bears the distinctive era mark of the revolution of 1911, which witnessed the magnificent history of the Republic of China! Accordingly it has different collect value.