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Lot:21100 光绪丁未年造大清金币一两大云 PCGS SP 61 Gold Kuping Tael Pattern

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SBP2021年9月香港#C-古钱 金银锭 机制币中央

2021-09-29 09:00:00

2021-09-29 18:00:00

PCGS SP61

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丁未光绪年造大清金币库平一两金样币。天津造币厂制。 引人入胜,从缺罕见的样币,炫目的霜化图文与亮丽底板相映。许是大清钱币的巅峰之作,而作为近代中国的首枚金币,库平一两的重要性举足轻重。此币共有两个版别,日期为1906及1907,铸量极微,1907年版更是凤毛麟角。过去十五年本行的拍卖中仅见三枚。

铸力强劲,金属边缘锐利,纤毫毕现,保存精美,了无碰痕及划痕。可见轻微经手痕迹,但瑕不掩瑜,无可挑剔。币面呈现均匀温暖的蜂蜜色,些许部位有铜色包浆,集中在字面。中国钱币稀珍的佼佼者,定让集藏更上一格。没有发行的试造样币。清政府计画推行一两为单位的金本位制币,不幸未能实现。主要是中国当时缺乏黄金储备,且使用的通货是以银为本位。仅试制极少数量的金质样币。

CHINA. Gold Kuping Tael Pattern, CD (1907). Tientsin Mint. PCGS SPECIMEN-61. L&M-1024; Fr-2; K-1541; KM-Pn302; Wenchao-pg.49 #11 (rarity four stars); Chang Foundation-pg.26 #7; WS-0009.

An enthralling, phenomenally rare specimen with dazzling frosty devices exalted by brilliant fields. Arguably the pinnacle of Qing Dynasty numismatics, one cannot overstate the significance of Kuping Taels due to their status as the first modern Chinese coins ever struck in gold. Two variations exist, those dated 1906 and 1907. Both were produced in extremely limited quantities, though 1907 pieces are definitively scarcer; Stacks Bowers has only offered three in the last fifteen years. Powerfully struck with a sharp wire rim, the present example brazenly displays every minute detail of its design. Attractively preserved, there is a distinct lack of contact marks or scratches.

Some light handling can be seen, but nothing of real significance. Surfaces are a consistent, warm honey color with hints of localized copper toning, mostly on the character side. The present coin offers an historic opportunity for any collector determined to possess the greatest Chinese rarities.<p><em>Struck on an experimental basis as patterns only and never released into circulation. The plans to issue gold coinage in units of one Tael for circulation, unfortunately, never materialized. This was largely due to Chinas lack of gold reserve combined with the current currency being based on the silver standard. Hence a limited number of pattern Taels were struck in 98% pure gold as patterns for the Ministry of Revenue.

Ex: Patrick Tan Collection.