The coins of the Song Dynasty were the peak of coin minting and development in Chinese history. There are many varieties, exquisite craftsmanship, magnificent money, and perfect shape. They have always been praised. Emperor Song Tongbao represents the economy of a dynasty and contains the history and culture of the dynasty. It has important significance in the history of Chinese currency. In addition, it has a small amount of the world and is non-renewable.
Emperor Song Tongbao, one of the ancient coins of China. In the Northern Song Dynasty, Emperor Zhao Zong was cast from the second year of Baoyuan to the last year of Huangyou (AD 1039 ~ AD 1053). Qian Wen has a monogram, a regular script for money, bare back. There are two types of Xiaoping, two discounts, and iron money. There are another nine stacks in the book, which is extremely rare and is a treasure of Guquan. Song dynasty coins occupy an important place in the history of Chinese coins and are a rich treasure that people appreciate and treasure today. After the construction of the Song Dynasty, "Imperial Song Tongbao" was cast as "country money" because it directly cast the country name "Song" directly on the coins. During the Renzong period of the Song Dynasty, "Imperial Song Tongbao" was mainly cast.
This emperor Song Tongbao has a round coin with a square hole in the middle. The four characters "Emperor Song Tongbao" are cast and engraved on the front. All the characters are neatly and neatly printed. The layout is coordinated, the glyphs are moderate in size, and the strokes are erected horizontally. Secondly, observation creates awareness. It is not difficult to see that Huang Song Tongbao has a regular casting, a moderate thickness, a wide mouth, and a small flat shape. Deep and clear, the bulge naturally has a degree, it can be described as an open door. This emperor Song Tongbao has a high-mindedness and incomparable calligraphy. The overall production is fine and regular, and its fine layout is second to none in ancient Chinese money.
Nine stacks of "Huang Song Tongbao" Among the many versions of Huang Songtongbao coins, there is a kind of coin commonly known as "Huang Song Jiubaobao". Nine stacked cymbals, also known as the upper cymbals, did not have this system in Qin and Han dynasties, and have been used for official seals since the Tang and Song dynasties. Nine stacks are based on small crickets. The strokes are repeatedly folded, twisted and flexed, and the stipples have both vertical and horizontal directions. Fill in the blanks to obtain uniformity. "Qu Qu Ping Man" is the biggest feature of Jiudiezhen calligraphy. The number of folds, how much each word is folded, depends on the complexity of the strokes. There are five, six, seven, eight, nine, and tenfold. Call it Jiuzie, "it's the end of nine, and it's too much," it describes how many folds it has. Ninefolds flourished in the Tang, Song, Yuan, and Ming dynasties, and continue to this day. This "Nine Stacks" is used in Qianwen. Among the thousands of ancient coins, "Song of the Emperor Song Dynasty" is an isolated example, so it has been regarded as a rare treasure by collectors of all ages.