Gold coins commemor信达地产股票ating the 15th year of the Rep信达地产股票ublic of China
In the early period of the Republic of China, the political situation was very chaotic, especially after Yuan Shikai failed to become emperor, none of his successors could master the situation. Li Yuanhong was ousted from office by 信达地产股票zhang Xun after only one year as president, and Feng Guozhang, acting president, was no luckier than his predecessor. Xu Shichang had a long life as president for four years. Then Li Yuanhong returned to power. One year later, Cao Kun bribed him to take office. Only one year later, he was forced to leave. Duan Qirui, who was in "temporary power", only lasted for one and a half years. His agent changed like a lantern in more than one year after he left the field. Finally, Zhang zuolin, who was in power as "Grand Marshal", died in "huanggutun incident" before the anniversary of his term.
During this period, in order to cope with the constant replacement of the president, Tianjin Mint trial produced or issued various commemorative medals, which were of amazing craftsmanship. However, due to the short reigning time of the rulers and the extremely short casting time, and the original intention of these coins is not to be used for circulation, so the number of coins cast is very small, which remains to a very small number, and the commemorative gold coins of Zhang zuolin's portrait series are even more precious among these coins.
There are three kinds of commemorative coins made of Zhang zuolin's portrait: in the 15th year of the Republic of China, the obverse is a military figure with Jiahe on the back; in the 16th year, the obverse is the same as that of the former, and the reverse is a group of dragons and phoenixes; in the 17th year, the obverse is a casual figure with five-color flag and eighteen star flag on the back. The casting time coincided with the peak of its power.
In the 15th year of the Republic of China (1926), Tianjin Mint minted coins. Zhang Zuolin was the head of the Fengxi Department of the Northern Warlords. In September of the 13th year of the Republic of China (1924), the first direct Bong war broke out. The direct line was defeated by Feng Yuxiang's defection from the Beijing coup. Bong warlord Zhang Zuolin began to take effective control of the Beiyang government. At that time, although Duan Qirui, head of the Anhui department, was promoted as "temporary ruling", the real power behind it was held by Fengxi's Zhang Zuolin. At the beginning of the 15th year of the Republic of China (1926), Duan Qirui was attacked by all walks of life because of the "March 18" massacre. Finally, he resigned from his "temporary ruling" position under the force of Feng Yuxiang's department. At this point, Zhang Zuolin came to the front desk of the regime. In the same year, he claimed to be commander-in-chief of the AnGuoJun. In June of the following year, he appointed himself Grand Marshal Lu Haijun of Beiyang Military Government, exercising the presidential power on behalf of the Republic of China, and became the last head of Beiyang Government. During Zhang Zuolin's reign, the Tianjin Mint routinely minted a variety of commemorative coins. Fifteen years ago, Zhang Zuolin was one of them. This coin is exquisitely made and rarely seen in the world. It is a treasure among warlord coins of the Republic of China and has not been used at all.
A small commemorative coin contains rich historical elements. Nowadays, although there are not many exquisite commemorative coins inherited from the world, each exquisite ancient coin is worth a lot. The price of ancient coins is judged by the stock, artistic value and historical value, and fluctuates in varying degrees with the change of the relationship between supply and demand in the market.
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