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Lot:40004 浙江省造光绪23年七钱二分铜样 PCGS UNC 98 CHINA. Chekiang. Brass 7 Mace 2 Candareens (Dollar) Pattern, Year 23 (18

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机制银币>地方省造>浙江省造>光绪23年>七钱二分

USD 200000 - 400000

SBP2024年4月香港#1-瑰宝之夜

2024-04-15 11:00:00

2024-04-15 19:00:00

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USD 144000

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光绪二十三年浙江省造光绪元宝七钱二分黄铜样币。德国拜赫厂。使用德国埃斯林根 (Esslingen) Otto Beh公司提供的模具打铸。笔墨难以言喻的稀世之珍,极具历史意义的一枚样币,或是孤品。就如其他省份如安徽、奉天的样币,浙江也有若干异质样币铸于20世纪末,当时正逢龙洋初露头角,辅币即将迎来晨曦。然而,这些浙江样币是最难寻觅的版别。此版样币几乎不会现身市面,下一拍品亦是如此。Norman Jacobs旧藏中的浙江3.2 Candareens错拼黄铜样币是该系列中面值最小的一枚,在2008年8月以24,000美元高价落槌。在过去十五年间,中国钱币市场发展蓬勃,本拍品贵为七钱二分,更是最新版L&M目录中的图版币,不但极具魅力,更蕴含历史价值,其落槌价格难以想象。近年发现的铸造物料如样币、模具、二元模以及一系列来自德国 Otto Beh 公司的存档制模冲头阐明了此钱币的生产。此前,对安徽、浙江、奉天、黑龙江、新疆几省铸币模具母版的来源猜想纷纭,但始终是个迷团。Otto Beh是一间专精压印铸模的公司。1895年,在距埃斯林根不远的格平根 (Goppingen) 居住的路易斯-舒勒 (Louis Schuler) 收到一笔铸币机的订单,于是他委託Otto Beh制作模具。在1897年和1898年间,Beh为Schuler提供了200多个用于中国钱币的模具。这是当时该公司所接到最大的订单。舒勒于1839年开锁匠铺起家,后逐步发展为世界最大的金属加工供应商,为上述省份的铸币厂提供模具。<p>(t) CHINA. Chekiang. Brass 7 Mace 2 Candareens (Dollar) Pattern, Year 23 (1897). Esslingen (Otto Beh) Mint. Kuang-hsu (Guangxu). PCGS Genuine--Repaired, Unc Details.L&M-271 (this coin illustrated); K-Unlisted; cf. KM-56 (silver); cf. WS-1012A (unlisted composition, rarity: ★★★★★). It is rather difficult to express the <strong>STUNNING RARITY</strong> of this tantalizing and historically important pattern crown, as it may in fact be <strong>UNIQUE</strong>. Similar to other provinces, such as Anhwei and Fengtien, Chekiang had some rather elusive off-metal patterns struck in the waning years of the 20th century, as their fledgling foray into the output of Dragon Dollars and their minors was at its dawn. However, such patterns for Chekiang stand as the most formidable of challenges. Similar to the next lot, examples are simply not encountered in the marketplace. The Norman Jacobs example of a Chekiang brass pattern--<em>the smallest denomination in the series, as the 3.2 Candareens error</em>--realized the <em>then</em>-lofty hammer of $24,000 in August 2008, attesting to the intrigue that it created. Given the immense change within the market of the vintage Chinese series in the decade-and-a-half since, and the fact that this crown--<em>the capstone denomination and one that is plated in the newest edition of L&M</em>--offers so much history and boundless appeal, it is difficult to fathom the heights which it could attain when crossing the auction block.<p><em>The recent discovery of production material has shone new light on the creation of this coinage. Such findings included patterns, dies, hubs and a series of punches from the archives of the Otto Beh company in Esslingen, Germany. Before this, the origin of the dies used to produce coinage for the provinces of Anhwei, Chekiang, Fengtien, Heilungkiang and Sungarei was only speculated upon. Otto Beh was a specialist in the production of seals and dies. From neighboring Goppingen, Louis Schuler received an order for coining presses in 1895 and commissioned Otto Beh to manufacture the dies. In 1897 and 1898, Beh supplied Schuler with over 200 dies for Chinese coins. At the time, this was the largest order that the company had ever received. Schuler, which started as a Locksmiths shop in 1839, had grown to become one of the worlds leaders in metal forming and, in fact, supplied the aforementioned mints with coining presses.</em><strong>To view all items from the KL Collection, click <a href=https://auctions.stacksbowers.com/lots?sort=auction_date_lot_number_asc&limit=96&search=From+the+KL+Collection.&lots_range=upcoming> here.</a></strong>From the KL Collection.

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