China is the last country in the world to end the silver standard currency system, other countries in the world have long been out of the circulation of the currency mechanism silver COINS are with the development of international trade in the old China and a large number of old China circulation. As a result of the people's bank of China's long-term large-scale collection of silver yuan action makes the actual stock of folk old silver yuan less and less, and with the passage of time eventually become a rare collection of cultural relics. Among the nearly 1,000 kinds of old silver COINS issued in China, there is a very unique design with a large seal character "han" in the center.
This one yuan silver coin made by the military government in Sichuan Province is engraved with four characters of "Sichuan silver coin" in the center of the bead circle on the front, a beautiful hibiscus flower in the middle of the four characters, symbolizing the Chengdu Pearl circle in Chengdu City. The upper end of the coin is engraved with four characters of "made by the military government" and the lower end is engraved with currency value of "one yuan". On the left and right sides of the coin are engraved with four petaled flower stars respectively. On the back of the coin, a seal character of "Han" is engraved in the center circle, It represents the meaning of "big man" of the new government and has anti Qing significance. It is decorated with horizontal patterns, surrounded by 18 small circles, and engraved with vertical patterns inside, symbolizing the 18 provinces that responded to the revolution of 1911. The six characters "the first year of the Republic of China" are engraved on the upper end of the circle. The silver characters are accompanied by four pictures of Lianshu. This product is a big character dianjin edition, which is the rarest edition of Sichuan silver coins made by the military government. This model is the finalization of Sichuan silver dollar and has not changed. " With the changes of national policies and the times, its survival has gradually decreased, and now it is even more difficult to find.