The collection on the left is a silver standard coin issued by the Nanjing government during the Republic of China. It is called "Sun Yat-sen Sailing coin of the 22nd year of the Republic of China". The front of the design is a profile of Sun Yat-sen, which was published on the upper edge. In the 22nd year of the Republic of China, the center of the back is a picture of two sailing boats, with a record value of one circle and two characters arranged in rows. According to the standard drawings, designs, sculptures and foundries drawn up by the Kuomintang government at that time, the currency has undergone wear and tear, loss, war, changes of the times, and has been handed down to the present and survived in a very small number. It is very valuable to get any of them.
Another is Yuan Datou, a rare version of the three-year Wuyuan edition. This three-year Yuan Datou silver coin of the Republic of China, 4.5 cm in diameter, has a side portrait of Yuan Shikai engraved in the front of the central government. On the top, the six characters of "three years of the Republic of China" are engraved. The characters of "people" are a little bit strong and powerful. The pattern on the back is two intersecting rice panicles, with the word "Wu Yuan" in the center. The pattern is exquisite, the pulp is mellow, and the stock is very rare, which is of great collection value.