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The 1911 Revolution overthrew the Manchu Dynasty and established the Republic of China. After the last emperor of Qing Dynasty announced his abdication, Manchu was not found on the gold, silver and copper coins of the Republic of China, but still on the two coins of the Republic of China in the 13th year. Because of its "three nonexistence" status, it is still difficult to determine where its "mother"s family" is, which is also controversial in the spring circle. According to the data, the main statements are as follows:
In the 13th year of the Republic of China, ten articles of Chinese copper coins were minted at Koubei Mint in Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province in 1924, with red copper. Qian Wen is a standard regular script with Jiahe design on the back. It is beautiful and well made. Because it is not used, the surface is copper light. Perhaps because of the large population of Manchu and Mongolia, Manchu was added to the upper edge of the front, which was only seen in the copper yuan of the Republic of China. At the same time, there are two copper coins in the 13th year of the 20th year, which are common in circulation. However, the ten Chinese copper coins in the 13th year have not been issued for some reason, and all of them are trial cast samples, which are rare and precious. In the 13th year of the Republic of China, the ten Wen (red copper) sample coin of Chinese copper began to sell for 250000 yuan.
In the summer of the 12th year of the Republic of China (1923), Chahar Dutong Zhang Xiyuan planned to set up a Koubei Mint in Zhangjiakou on the east side of the middle section of the Industrial Road in Qiaodong district to start casting copper yuan and purchase the equipment of Japan"s East Asia Industrial Co., Ltd., which was originally purchased by the newly prepared Shandong mint. Later, the establishment of Shandong factory stopped and sold the machine parts left in Qingdao to Koubei factory. In November of the same year, the factory Commission asked the currency system bureau to order Tianjin mint to issue the design of Dang ten and Dang twenty zumo, and said that in the future, the copper coins will be sold in the north of the mouth, Inner Mongolia and Outer Mongolia as the bulk. It is planned to ask zumo to cast the Mongolian and Chinese characters "Chinese copper coins" in order to promote the market. In addition, the copper coin pattern is attached for reference to Tianjin factory. The Mongolian on the coins originated from the Uighur language. In the age of Genghis Khan, the Uighur people, tatatong"a, taught the king of Mongolia to write Mongolian in Uighur characters. Since then, there have been characters in Mongolia.
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