Chengdu B配资上班时间oguxuan Auct配资上班时间ion Co., Ltd. [Tibet. 配资上班时间recommendation] column recommends art treasures selected by experts at the first level of national appraisal to buyers for the powerful dissemination effect of the collection. It helps collectors to bridge the gap, so that the value of thousands of art treasures can be excavated and valued, and high prices can be concluded at the auction.
In the long history of China, Chinese coins have a long history, and they are rich and colorful. During the Qing Dynasty, various types of currency were issued, among which the bronze coin of the Great Qing Dynasty was well-known for a long time. Copper coins in the Qing Dynasty began in 1900 (26 years of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty) and ended in 1911 (three years of Xuantong). Their circulation time was short, and the casting quantity of individual formats was small, which was very precious. Because of its elegant layout design, novel and elegant style, advanced sculpture technology, aesthetic level compared with the past has greatly improved, it is eye-catching, and is now very popular in the coin collection market.
At the end of the Qing Dynasty, all the 20 bureaus of 17 provinces started to cast copper round, and all of them were cast as ten bronze round, while only some provincial bureaus cast Erwen, Wuwen and 20 bronze round. The foundry of mechanism copper round in Qing Dynasty began in Guangdong Province in 1900 (Guangxu 26 years). Governor Deshou of Guangdong and former Governor Li Hongzhang played a quasi-imitation of Hong Kong Tongxian foundry mechanism copper round. Comparing with square hole copper coin, machine-made copper round is finer in casting, more commercial and smooth in circulation. The following year, the Qing government ordered the coastal provinces along the Yangtze River to permit imitation casting. Later, all parts of the country started to cast copper round.
The bronze coin of the Qing Dynasty is one of the ten most famous coins. The pattern on the back of the coin is a vivid dragon. The casting process is quite exquisite. It also has the sea of clouds as a foil. It looks like a dragon roaming the sky. In China, dragon has always been the God in people's minds, the symbol of the Chinese nation and culture. For Chinese people, dragon-related things are exciting and exciting. In addition, in folklore, the dragon on its back can bring people good luck and avoid bad luck.
This collection is the core recommendation of this Singapore auction. Welcome all Tibetan friends to come to Singapore for consultation and bidding. This is a rare opportunity!