After t股票开户都需要带什么he fou股票开户都需要带什么nding of the Republic of China, the circulation of silver dollars was in disorder with various t股票开户都需要带什么ypes and different colors, which made it difficult to manage them uniformly. In order to consolidate domestic political stability, develop national economy, and prepare for "constitution making" and "becoming emperor", Yuan Shikai issued "national currency regulations" and resolutely decided to "unify currency system" in the whole country. At that time, the silver dollar "yuan Datou" came out in the three years of the Republic of China.
There are many different versions of Yuan Shikai silver coins in the three years of the Republic of China. The obverse patterns are basically the same, but the reverse patterns and some details are different. There is no word "Zao" after the word "Nian". In other versions, there is a word "Zao" after the word "Nian". There is a "dot" in the three versions of "Min", but there is no "dot" in other versions.
This silver dollar of "yuan Dadou" in the three years of the Republic of China, with the profile of Yuan Shikai on the front, is listed as "the three years of the Republic of China". In the coin, Yuan Shikai's eyes are bright, and his eyes are bright on the front and the top. His clothes are clean and tidy, showing his meticulous style, which is very vivid. The word "one yuan" on the back of the coin is surrounded by two strings of symmetrical ears of wheat. The whole coin is finely forged and exquisitely carved.
"Yuan Datou" is known as the treasure of silver dollar in the field of currency collection. It is the most popular and influential silver dollar variety among nearly one thousand modern silver coins in China, and it is also an important role in the currency system reform of modern China. However, in the three years of the Republic of China, the amount of silver ingots cast by "yuan Datou" was very small, and the amount of silver coins survived was very rare. Those in power above the coinage have a vision of national security and good luck, which is of great collection value in terms of aesthetics and history.