There are many different versions of Yuan Shikai silver coins cast in the three years of the Republic of China. The patterns on the front are basically the same, but the patterns on the back and some details are different. After the revolution of 1911, Yuan Shikai became the "temporary president" and later became the official president. At that time, in order to consolidate the domestic political stability, develop the national economy, and prepare for the "constitution" and "emperor", the "national currency regulations" was issued, and resolutely decided to "unify the currency system" throughout the country. Yuan Datou was one of the main currency in circulation during the period of the Republic of China. "Yuan Datou" is a colloquial term for Yuan Shikai's series of coins. To be precise, it is called "Yuan Shikai carrying Jiahe silver coin". Yuan Datou, known as the treasure of silver yuan in the field of currency collection, is the most popular and influential silver coin among nearly 1000 kinds of modern silver coins in China, and also an important role in the reform of modern Chinese currency system.
At the beginning of the founding of the Republic of China, the currency system was very chaotic. Silver, copper, paper and banknotes were used together in the circulation market. In the third year of the Republic of China (1914), the Northern Warlord government officially minted the silver coin of Yuan Shikai's head. On the front of the edition of the third year of the Republic of China is the profile of Yuan Shikai, which lists "three years of the Republic of China". There is no word "Zao" after the word "Nian". There is a "point" in the three-year edition of "Min". The pattern on the back is Jiahe pattern composed of two rice ears, and the word "one circle" is vertically written in the center. This version is a seal shell version with thick hair and wide shoulder band. Several features are set in the coin itself, which is relatively small in number. This silver coin of yuan Datou in the third year of the Republic of China is exquisitely carved with neat teeth and delicate outline. On the obverse side of the coin is the profile of Yuan Shikai, with the six characters of "three years of the Republic of China". In the coins, Yuan Shikai's eyes are bright and his eyes are bright and bright. The pattern on the back is Jiahe pattern composed of two rice ears, and the word "one circle" is vertically written in the center. This coin is finely forged. On the coin, the ruler has the vision of national peace and good fortune.
After years of deposition, the coin is still in good condition, with clear lines and fine teeth. Yuan Datou in the third year of the Republic of China has a profound historical significance. "Yuan Datou" is known as the treasure of silver dollar in the field of currency collection. It is the most widely spread and most influential silver coin among nearly 1000 kinds of modern silver coins in China, and also an important role in the reform of modern Chinese currency system. In the third year of the Republic of China, "yuan Datou" coinage has the vision that the country is peaceful and the people are peaceful and auspicious, which is of great collection value both in aesthetics and in history. China's collection industry is surging, and a lot of collections have greatly appreciated. Among them, one of the varieties with rapid appreciation and large appreciation range is coins, and the army of ancient coin collection is also growing. Some people in the industry believe that the ancient coin market has been flourishing for more than ten years, and the general trend in the future will not change. Especially after the development of Internet commerce, it has a great role in promoting the collection and trading of ancient coins. The precious yuan Datou in the third year of the Republic of China recorded the earth shaking history of the revolution of 1911, especially the rare ones with good quality, so they are very popular with collectors. It is a treasure sought by coin lovers and collectors.