For thousands of years, China's currency culture has embodied the wisdom and talents of the Chinese nation and created a unique Oriental currency culture. The popular categories of ancient coins are the products of the pre-Qin and Qing dynasties. The Qing Dynasty was very close to modern life, and the form of Qing coins was relatively large. Collectors were easily accepted. Therefore, most collectors were easy to have a good impression of Qing money. Qianlong Tongbao was one of them and was very popular with Tibetans.
Qianlong Tongbao was the emperor of Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty who took his place in 1735 AD. During the 60 years of his reign, he used his "Wenzhi Wugong" strategy to govern the country and created the coins that were cast during the last glorious era in feudal society. Afterwards, it was rumored that the "Qianlong Tongbao" copper coin could be used to drive away evil spirits, and because of the Qianlong homonym "Qian Long", it was favored by later collectors.
Each year of the Qing Dynasty was cast in coins, and Qianwen was generally written in both Manchu and Chinese. The shape, texture, and text of coins in each period have their own unique style and characteristics. Recently, Chengdu, Sichuan Sheng Hande was fortunate to collect a group of Qing Dynasty Qianlong Tongbao, round, with square holes in the middle. On the front of the coin, the four characters of "Qianlong Tongbao" are engraved. The characters are read from top to bottom and right to left. The back of the coin has the words "Baoyuan" and "Baozhe" in Manchu. Qianwen is dignified and beautiful. The strokes of the text are strong, exquisite, beautiful and generous, and the words are deep, the mouth is clean, the knife marks are exhausted, and no traces of casting can be found.
This group of Qianlong Tongbao's overall pulp is old, and its rust is not only no violation, but also adds a lot of historical charm. Perfect on the whole, placed in Qianlong money, really like a crane, exquisite extreme, whether it is copper or casting t