In the development of modern Chinese history, there are many historical heroes. Among them, in the early 19th century, Sun Yat Sen, who overthrew the autocratic rule of the feudal monarchy of the Manchu Dynasty and ended the feudal monarchy for more than 2000 years, became a historical figure with a pivotal position in the development of modern society. Dr. Sun Yat Sen not only made great contributions to China politically, but also drew a grand blueprint for China's development economically. He was the forerunner of democratic revolutionary thought in modern history.
[collection name]: shuangfan coin in the 21st year of the Republic of China
The front is the image of Sun Yat-sen, and the back is a golden sun. In the middle, the sailboat is the rarest in the Republic of China in the 21st year. In the 21st year of the Republic of China, Sun Yat-sen was like one of the rare species in the collection of silver coins. The silver coin was issued in the 21st year of the Republic of China (1932) and was cast by the Shanghai Central Mint, commonly known as the “Three Birds Coin”. The front side of the silver coin is the side profile of Sun Yat-sens manuscript. The portrait above is the words "Twenty-one of the Republic of China". The back is a double-decked sailing ship on the sea. There are three flying seabirds above the boat. The sunrise on the sea and the 9 awning lines symbolize the "national transport", "a smooth sailing" and "the rising sun." The silver coin is the first type of "ship ocean" silver coin issued by the National Government on the eve of the abandonment of the gold standard currency system and the determination of the silver standard currency system. The "Minyang" silver coin issued on the eve of the "casting bill" was designated as a commemorative coin by the Ministry of Finance.
In the "Chuanyang" silver coin series, there is a silver coin of the 21st year of the Republic of China with a dramatic fate. Shuangfan coin, commonly known as sanniao silver coin or sanniao coin, was issued by Shanghai Central Mint in 1932. The silver coin was the first "ship foreign" silver coin issued on the eve of the national government's abandonment of the gold standard currency system and determination of the silver standard currency system and the promulgation of the "casting bill", which was once designated as the national currency by the Ministry of finance. On the obverse is Sun Yat Sen's side portrait in Chinese. On the top of the portrait is "the 21st year of the Republic of China". On the back is a schooner sailing through the wind and waves, with the value of "one yuan" on the left and right. The sails are engraved with three birds flying high, and the right side of the ship is engraved with sunrise and nine awns.
In order to comply with the people's situation, the national government urgently withdrew and stopped using it. At the same time, the national government redesigned the new pattern, removed the rising sun and the three birds pattern, and prepared to issue it again. However, when the new coin steel pattern was made, it was the beginning of the 22nd year of the Republic of China. So the mint changed the "twenty-one year" of the obverse pattern to "twenty-two year" and then issued it again, which is the most common twenty-one year of the Republic of China today Sailboat one yuan silver coin. Such a small circle contains such a profound historical connotation. "Sanniao coin" has a short casting time, a small coinage, and a rarer legacy.