The silver coin "Yuan Shikai is like the Soviet version of the Republic of China for three years" was coined by the Peasant Bank of Western Hunan and Hubei Province of the Soviet Government of the Western Hunan and Hubei Provinces at the Ruijin Mint in Jiangxi Province with the three-year version of Yuan Shikai's silver coin. The front face of the silver coin is slightly rougher than that of the original version of Yuan Shikai's silver coin, and the right side of Yuan's image is framed and erect. The traditional "Soviet" three-character imprint is limited to circulation in the Soviet area. The back of the silver coin is beautifully cast, apparently in a steel mould on the back of the captured original Yuan Xiang silver coin. Because the casting time is short and the casting amount is very small, it was discovered and collected by the Kuomintang authorities and destroyed, so the world stock is very small.
[Title of Collection]: Three-year Soviet version of one-dollar silver coin in the Republic of China
The study of the history of red currency is not only an important part of the study of the economic history, social development history, military development history and political struggle history of the revolutionary base areas, but also an important part of the study of the production, life, economic conditions, customs and human feelings of the masses in the revolutionary base areas.
This three-year "Soviet" Yuan Datou silver coin of the Republic of China. The front side is cast with the side portrait of Yuan Shikai and the year of founding "Three Years of the Republic of China". The right side of the Yuan image is stamped with the three-character mark of vertical traditional "Soviet". The back side is stamped with the pattern of Jiahe, and the middle is stamped with the word "one circle".
There are different opinions on the causes of the "Soviet" three-character imprint on the silver coin. Some people think that the coin is the Peasant Bank of Western Hunan and Hubei Province of the Soviet government of Western Hunan and Hubei Province in 1931. It is only used in circulation in the Soviet Area by the local version of the three-year (1914) version of the "Yuan Shikai like silver coin" of the Republic of China.
However, the coins cast in the Red Army period were of uneven texture, rough workmanship and limited casting level, while the "minsan" silver coins with the character of "Soviet" were of good texture and exquisite workmanship, which were similar to the Soviet's level at that time. In addition, the cost of recasting was too large and wasteful, so the "recasting theory" of silver coins seemed far fetched.
Some people think it is "stamp theory", most people think that the Red Army stamped on the original "Yuan Datou" and stamped its own stamp, making it the legal currency of the Soviet Area. But stamping requires a great deal of strength, and will cause serious deformations of the silver dollar, which will damage the currency. It is not the best policy. It is estimated that the Red Army will not destroy the currency in this way. Then there is the "alteration theory". That is to say, the inscription of "Soviet" on the silver dollar is economical and beautiful. As long as there is a mature craftsman, it can be altered in more than one day. This is a feasible and desirable way for the Red Army and the simplest way.
The coin originated in the smoky war era and served the relentless revolutionary struggle practice of the Chinese people. It is the testimony of the Chinese people's succession, bloody sacrifice, sobbing revolutionary history and anti-Japanese war history. It is a precious and rare revolutionary cultural relic with important cultural relic value and research value.
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