The founding coin of the republic of China is a commemorative copper coin issued by the republic of China, with the words "founding coin of the republic of China" on the front, ten characters, and the cross dragon flag on the back. The victory of the 1911 revolution and the establishment of the republic of China was announced on New Year's day, 1912. The official establishment of the republic of China also marked the formal end of the two-thousand-year feudal monarchy system, and the development of Chinese history entered a new page. Therefore, in order to commemorate the founding of the republic of China, the republic of China founding commemorative coin ten COINS were issued, replacing the bronze COINS issued during the qing dynasty.
The central pattern on the front of this coin is crossed by the "18-star iron and blood flag" and the "five-color national flag". there is a tassel belt behind the flag. the upper part outside the coin circle reads Republic of China. The left and right are decorated with patterns. Below is the founding commemorative coin. On the back is inscribed "ten characters" to indicate the value of the currency, while the left and right patterns are Jiahe lines composed of rice spikes. This coin is well preserved, with thick paste and obvious traces of circulation.
The founding of the republic of China coin double flag coin ten words its specific historical period also makes it occupy an important position in the coin history, it not only represents the currency culture of modern China, reflects the rise and fall of China's modern history, economy and finance, has a high value of art appreciation and collection.
Looking at the collection market in recent years, there is no shortage of rare and exotic stones. However, for Ming and Qing coins or Republic of China coins that are few in quantity and are emerging in the market, they are more likely to be noticed and favored by the major collectors. At the same time, as the number of ancient coin transactions in various auction sites becomes more and more frequent, and because of the high value it brings to the public collectors, coins occupy a higher and higher position in various auction sites. With the promotion of the 100th anniversary of the 1911 Revolution, the red collection has been warming up again recently, especially the gold and silver collection market, which has always been highly sensitive to major historical events, and the short-term market situation is also booming. At the end of the Qing Dynasty and the beginning of the Republic of China, the mechanism copper coins have always had a deep collection inside the coin collection circle. In early April 2015, a sample commemorative coin of Marshal Lu Haijun in the 15th year of the Republic of China, namely the Zhang Zuolin commemorative silver coin, was sold for 3.38 million yuan. On May 22, a Hunan Province Republic of China double flag coin was sold for 1.46 million yuan. On November 21, a Sichuan mint Republic of China double flag coin was sold for 1.68 million yuan. On December 12, a commemorative coin for the founding of the Republic of China was sold for 1.38 million yuan.