JiHua Founding commemorative double flag

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[Name] Founding commemorative double flag

[Specification] Weight: 7.0g Diameter: 28.39mm Thickness: 1.52mm

[Category] Coin


The commemorative coin of the founding of the Republic of China is a large and important category in the study of the collection of copper coins. It can even be said to be the main species of the copper yuan of the Republic of China. After the victory of the 1911 Revolution, the Qing Emperor abdicated and the Republic of China was established. Sun Yat-sen, the pioneer of the Chinese democratic revolution, proposed in the “temporary presidential decree” that “a new model should be published and a commemorative coin should be created.” Then the two mints in Wuchang and Nanjing took the lead in casting the commemorative coin of the founding of the Republic of China. The Tongyuan coin, which is mainly based on the denomination of ten languages, was issued in large numbers in the country to replace the Qing Dynasty copper.

The eighteen-star flag of iron and blood is composed of red, yellow and black. The red and black nine-corner symbolizes “blood” and “iron”, that is, the revolution must have the spirit of iron and blood; Black nine horns represent the records of yu gong ji, yan, qing, xu, Yang, jing, yu, liang, yong and jiuzhou. There are nine rounds of nine rounds inside and outside the black nine-corner, representing the eighteen provinces of Guanzhong, indicating the unity of the country, the national harmony, and the bright future. The stars are golden yellow, representing the descendants of the Yellow Emperor, meaning that the first meaning of the Revolution of 1911 is Nationalist revolution.”

The flag of the Republic of China is the flag of the Republic of China. It was opened on January 10, 1912 and is the first legal flag of the Republic of China. The five-color flag, also known as the Wuzu Republican flag, was the national flag used during the Beiyang government at the beginning of the founding of the Republic of China. The flag was in the order of red, yellow, blue, white and black. The five colors of red, yellow, blue, white and black respectively represent the Han, Manchu, Mongolian, Hui, and Tibetan. The five colors chosen are the colors traditionally loved by the five nationalities, symbolizing the five ethnic groups. The five colors are also the colors of the five elements of the five-party doctrine; there are also sayings that the five-color flag is taken from the five colors of the phoenix, and also represents the benevolence, righteousness, rites, wisdom, and faith in five virtues; others believe that the five elements corresponding to the traditional five elements concept The color also covers the north and south of the east and west.

This opening country commemorates the double-flag currency in the front bead circle, which is a double-sided banner. The front central pattern of the double-flag currency is the intersection of the iron-steel eight-star flag and the five-color flag. There is a band behind the flag. The double flag means national unity and national unity. . The middle pattern on the back is composed of rice ears and Jiahe pattern, and the outer circle book has a circle of English. The coins are beautifully patterned, the patina is natural, and the appearance is intact.

Copper coins are the finest of modern Chinese coins. They are historically edifying and are highly valuable revolutionary cultural relics. They have far-reaching historical commemorative significance. With the recent red collection, the founding commemorative double-flag currency has become the focus of many collectors. The potential for future appreciation is huge.


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