In November 1935, the Kuomintang government announced the implementation of the French currency policy, prohibiting the circulation of silver dollars in the market. Subsequently, 21 versions of nickel coins were issued, which could be circulated on the market; but in fact, as early as early as 1935, the Republic of China Government had appointed the Philadelphia Mint of the United States to mint 11 nickels of 20 cents each, and sent them to the National Government for submission of samples. During the period of the National Government, most of the coinage matters dealt with the United States, such as the preparation of the Central Mint and the management after construction. "Ship Ocean" moulds are supplied by Philadelphia Mint from beginning to end. In the twenty-fourth year of the Republic of China, the trial production of nickel coins was also carried out by the factory. Since the twenty-fifth year of the Republic of China, the nickel coins have been produced by the Shanghai Central Mint.
[Title of Collection]: Sun Yat-sen picked up nickel coins in the twenty-fifth year of the Republic of China
After the implementation of the French currency policy by the Kuomintang government in 1935, the Kuomintang government issued five, ten, twenty and half-circle nickels, which had a profile of Sun Yat-sen on the front and an ancient layout of coins on the reverse. During the Republic of China, nickel coins not only circulated on the market as "French coins" after 1935, but also as gold coins after the Kuomintang government issued "Gold Dollar Coupons" on August 19, 1948.
In this article, the 25-year-old nickel of the Republic of China is picked up. The front center is Sun Yat-sen's side portrait. The Chinese book "25 years of the Republic of China" is inscribed on the edge. The center of the back is a cloth coin pattern with straight edge teeth. This nickel is one of the few nickels in the world. The collection is well preserved and its color is natural, whether in writing or in color. Patterns are natural and delicate, with appropriate depth. Sun Yat-sen's head is even more vivid, and the silver dollar exudes a king's style and the atmosphere of historical precipitation. "Founding commemorative coin" has not been born for several years. Nowadays, this kind of "Founding commemorative coin" can hardly be found in the world, and its value is indescribable.
The commemorative coins of the Republic of China are the fine works of modern Chinese coins, with historical edification and high value of revolutionary cultural relics, with profound historical significance; at the same time, they are rare objects for Archaeology and research of Chinese history and culture. The precious commemorative coins of the Republic of China record the great history of the 1911 Revolution. After a hundred years of ups and downs, the amount of commemorative coins is extremely rare, especially those with good quality, so they are very popular with collectors.
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