2020 1 oz China Reverse Dragon Dollar Two .999 Silver Antique Restrike

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LPM is proud to present the second release in our hugely popular antiqued China's Famous Vintage Coin Series. This release is limited to a mere mintage of 1,000 and uniquely will have the year, weight, purity and serial number laser etched on the rim of the coin.

A classic is reborn. The Reverse Dragon coin is one of the most sought-after vintage Chinese coins and has been brought back to life in the form in this 1oz silver release.

Struck in 1911, the Reverse Dragon Pattern Dollar was made at a turning point in Chinese history. The Qing Dynasty, which had begun in 1644, was coming to a turbulent end — and with it, two millennia of imperial rule. A year after this coin was struck, the last emperor of China, the six-year-old Puyi, abdicated.

For the first time ever, a Chinese mint will laser etch the year, weight and purity on the rim of the coin. 

Coin Highlights:

  • One of the most valuable and sought-after Chinese numismatic designs
  • Unique Antique Finish
  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver 
  • Plain Edge with the year, weight, purity and serial number* laser etched
  • In capsule in sealed sheets of 30
  • Limited mintage just 1,000

*Serial Number photo for illustration purposes only; actual serial number on product purchased may vary

On the obverse, it features a regal and imposing Dragon suspended in mid-air amid wisps of clouds, a fiery pearl appears near the bottom of the design. The long wavy whiskers issuing from the Dragon’s nostrils appear like a curly moustache. Two vertical Chinese characters appear which signify the denomination (One Yuan) and in English, along the periphery, the English legend states “ONE DOLLAR”.

On the reverse, it contains an all Chinese legend. Between the outer crenulated border and the inner pearled ring, the Manchu and Chinese characters form the outer legend. Four Manchu characters appear above and four Chinese characters below which state, “Hsuen Tung, 3rd Year” (1911), and these sets of characters are separated by ornate floral sprays. The central Chinese inscription states, “Ta Ch’ing Yin Pi”, meaning "Great Ch’ing (dynasty) Silver Coin".

 

More Information
Year 2020
Metal Content Silver
Purity 999
Condition Antique
Country China
Manufacturer LPM
Mintage 1,000
Diameter (mm) 40
Series China's Most Valuable Vintage Coin Series
Box & Certificate No