发布时间：2020-09-20 15:28:29 编辑： 匿名 来源：
辛亥革命后,中华民国政府宣告成立,清朝灭亡,在中国持续2000多年的封建君主专制随之结束。民国成立时,由于币制尚未建立,及铸有省名的民国铜元等,流通十分混乱。1914年,铜元正式改称“铜币”,民国发行的铜币与清代铜元最大的区别是龙纹被换成了由稻穗组成的嘉禾纹。各省铸造的铜币大多有两面叉的国旗图案,故而这些钱币被称为双旗币。双旗币有着丰厚的文化底蕴,同时其存世量较少,故而在当前的收藏市场上备受推崇。因稀少程度而出名。 After the Revolution of 1911, the Government of the Republic of China was proclaimed, and the Qing Dynasty came to an end. The feudal autocratic monarchy that had lasted for more than 2,000 years in China came to an end. When the Republic of China was founded, because the currency system had not been established, and casting the province name of the Republic of China copper COINS, circulation was very chaotic. In 1914, the copper coin was officially renamed "copper coin". The biggest difference between the copper COINS issued by the Republic of China and those issued by the Qing Dynasty is that the dragon grain was replaced by golden grain composed of rice ears. Most of the copper COINS minted in the provinces had a national flag with two crosses, so these COINS were called double flag COINS. The double flag coin has rich cultural deposits, and at the same time, the amount of its existence is less, so it is highly respected in the current collection market. It is famous for its rarity.
The double flag coin of Hunan province was used to make twenty COINS. The five-color flag and iron blood 18-star flag were engraved inside the bead ring on the front of the coin. The upper ring outside the bead ring had four characters "Made in Hunan Province" and the lower ring had six characters "Used for making twenty COINS". The pattern inside the bead circle on the back is the golden grain composed of rice ears, with upper and lower edges. Due to the double flag currency produced in the period of the republic of China, the republic of China in Chinese history, only existed for decades, as a result, in war-torn s, copper after the endless years, can still complete retention, is not easy, has the very high collection value of cultural relics, historical and cultural value and artistic value of tasting.