From ancient times to modern times, silver-dollar-treasures are mostly horseshoe-shaped. By melting and casting, silver-dollar-treasures can be divided into large ingots, medium ingots and small ingots, commonly referred to as gold nuggets or ingots, in addition to broken gold. Because each place can melt and cast on its own, its kind and name are roughly identical, but its color and weight are different.
Gold ingots of different color-forming items are used everywhere, and there are certain conversion ratios for each other. Since Jin Yuanbao was a precious metal at that time, it was of great value and was usually used only as a tax payment and a bulk transaction. At that time, Treasury savings usually used gold and silver ingots as savings coins, which is enough to show that gold and silver ingots in the financial position at that time.
Since its birth, the Treasury has created the momentum of imperial supremacy and imperial supremacy with its complicated technology and strict management rules. The rise and fall of history, the retreat of imperial power and the influx of imperial kiln vaults into the people have become increasingly closely related to the lives of literati and the general public.
In the 1930s, many Qing Treasuries were coins for the Royal Palace in the middle and late Qing Dynasty, which could hardly be seen by the people. The Qing Treasury is divided into many kinds, such as bricks, bars and so on. The surface of the Treasury is usually carved with images of contemporary emperors, on which barefoot fonts are written, and some of them are carved with the date of their manufacture. To this day, the well-preserved treasures are sought after by collectors.
This Qing Treasury weighs 242.3g. All of them are square shape, regular size, smooth side, pressed by abrasives. On the one hand, they are engraved with the portrait of Emperor Guangxu on the front. The characters are beautiful and handsome, the handwriting is regular, the casting is old, the pulping is natural, the appearance is perfect, the shape is regular, the color is pure, and the stock of this kind of gold left over from the Qing Dynasty is rare. Treasures, with a high collection value.
Some professionals believe that the "treasury" may be used not only in the palace, but also in the palace or high-grade buildings such as the Confucian Temple. It may also be lost in transit or bought back by the ancients from other places. Another possibility is to move it from other places to pave the ground. Qing Treasury "gold, imperial kiln bricks, brick shape regulation, pure color, some people say that it is exclusive to the palace, do not make market circulation. It is also said that it was the inner Treasury bricks of the Qing Dynasty. The so-called inner Treasury means the private house money of the emperor, not the national treasury bricks.
The Qing Dynasty was the heyday of metal coin and silver forging and development in China. Because of the different times, the forging technological process was also greatly complemented. Metal coins and silver in different places had different types, various forms and complex titles, which were deeply loved by collectors. Bricks have a high collection value and prices have been soaring in recent years. Brick is a kind of ancient money and silver, but in fact, there is not much in stock. After the abandonment of bricks at the beginning of China"s currency system, coupled with a lot of outflow, the total stock in the market is less. It has high value and prices have soared in recent years.
Since its birth, BRICK has built up the momentum of imperial supremacy and imperial supremacy with its complex technology and strict management rules. The rise and fall of history, the retreat of imperial power, and the influx of Royal kiln bricks into the people have become increasingly closely related to the lives of literati and the general public.
This piece is made in Guangxunian, engraved with the image of Emperor Guangxu, Qing Dynasty treasury, treasure of town treasury, pure texture and color. Gold ingots are bright and shining, thick slurry, ingot shape regulation, awe-inspiring and awe-inspiring, with clear markings, original slurry, fine products, and heavy feeling in hand. It is rare and worth collecting. It has a great value of appreciation and historical relics. Wish you have a chance to get it.
This Qing gold ingot is from the ancestral collection of a private collector in Chongqing and will be auctioned in Vancouver, Canada, in September 2019.
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