In November 1935, the Kuomintang government announced the implementation of the French currency policy, prohibiting the circulation of silver in the market. Subsequently, 21 versions of nickel coins were issued, which could be circulated on the market; but in fact, as early as early as 1935, the Republic of China Government had appointed the Philadelphia Mint of the United States to mint 11 nickels of 20 cents each, and sent them to the National Government for submission of samples. During the period of the National Government, most of the coinage matters dealt with the United States, such as the preparation of the Central Mint and the management after construction. "Ship Ocean" moulds are supplied by Philadelphia Mint from beginning to end. In the twenty-fourth year of the Republic of China, the trial production of nickel coins was also carried out by the factory. Since the twenty-fifth year of the Republic of China, the nickel coins have been produced by the Shanghai Central Mint. At the end of 1935, the Shanghai Central Mint officially minted nickels.
Ancient coins, as the primary medium of exchange in the past, reflected the political, financial and cultural background at that time and their prehistoric value. Moreover, they had the characteristics of preservation value, small risk of investment and stable value-added. On February 8, 1914, the National Government announced the issuance of a nickel of 5 cents. In the 24 years of the Republic of China, 5 points, 10 points and 20 points were issued. At that time, less nickels were used in circulation in provinces and municipalities. Until 1936, the first batch of nickels was delivered by the Central Bank. Because of the small quantity and insufficient distribution, the second batch of nickels was 50,000 yuan, with a value of 5 cents, 10 cents and 20 cents. Among them, 5 cents were 20,000 yuan, 10 cents and 20 cents were 15,000 yuan each. The central bank, the banks listed to replace nickel, because the circulation and stock of nickel 10 cents is less, so this collection has a high collection value.
Dr. Sun Yat-sen was the pioneer of the national democratic revolution in modern China, the great pioneer of the Chinese democratic revolution, the founder of the Republic of China and the Chinese Kuomintang, and the propagandist of the Three People's Principles. Its founding of the Five-Power Constitution, the first banner of a complete anti-feudal campaign, "two thousand years of monarchy through republicanism", in order to transform China's life-long energy, left an indelible legacy in history, but also for politics and successors to establish a solid and precious heritage. Dr. Sun Yat Sen plays an important role in China's reform and development, and is deeply admired by people. In recent years, with the continuing boom of the antique collection market, the collection related to Dr. Sun Yat-sen has won the favor of collectors.
Sun Yat-sen's silver coin is a fine product of modern Chinese coins, with historical edification, is a highly valuable revolutionary cultural relic, has far-reaching historical Memorial significance, and is a rare object in Archaeology and research of Chinese history and culture. Especially the better-looking ones are more scarce.
Sun Xiaotou's nickel coins of the Republic of China in the past 30 years are exquisite in appearance, elegant in decoration, bone-wrapped in pulp, and natural in rust. Even after the baptism of endless years, they can still preserve this state, which is not easy, and they are of great historical value. The front center of the coin is Sun Yat-sen's side portrait, with the Chinese book "30 Years of the Republic of China" inscribed on the edge; it has exquisite decoration, meticulous depiction, profound five senses, full of shape and spirit, and even fine hair, clothing lines and other things are clearly visible, and the craft is extremely exquisite. The central part of the back of the coin is a cloth pattern. On both sides of the old coin, the value of the coin is ten. The font is dignified and elegant, regular and round, strong and powerful, tall and handsome, which is of great artistic value in calligraphy. The front and back coils of coins are beautifully designed and chic in shape. Looking at them, they are very unique. They are precious collections of coins that can not be sought once in a while. They are of great value and worth collecting.