Guangxu Yuanbao was one of the coins circulated in Guangxu during the Qing Dynasty. Zhang Zhidong, the governor of Guangdong and Guangxi, first introduced the silver coins and copper coins of the British Mint machinery. After that, the provinces were followed by nineteen provinces. During the Guangxu period, a series of silver coins were produced, but the precious stones of Beiyang Guangxu were rare and precious because they were not easy to circulate.
In 29 years, the north ocean Guangxu Yuanbao has the inscription on the front, and the top is cast in the north, and the bottom is cast "seven money and two cents". The center reads the four words of the "Guangxu Yuanbao", and the currency center is the Manchu "Guangxu treasure". On the top of the silver coin, the top of the back outer ring is made by the small English standard font in English. The following is the exquisite English "Ku Ping seven money and two points", its aesthetic style is unique, the money is clearly visible the integration of the Chinese culture, but the back of money clearly indicates the intervention of western culture. Although the coin is small, it can also look at the social culture. Nowadays, the market "the north ocean made of Guangxu Yuanbao" is countless, but there are few genuine products. So there is a genuine product "Beiyang made of Guangxu Yuanbao" is the top choice of every ancient coin preservation enthusiast. The collection of pieces is also very rare in the north, which is very thick, and the handwriting and dragon scales are very clear.