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As early as the mid-Ming Dynasty, Spain had manufactured "native" silver coins (commonly known as "double pillars") in Mexico. During the reign of Qianlong and Jiaqing in the Qing Dynasty, China's foreign trade was flourishing and the types of silver coins flowing into China from foreign countries were increasing. By the end of the Qing Dynasty, in addition to the "double pillars", there were Mexico's "Eagle Ocean", Britain's "Station Ocean", Indochina's "Ocean-sitting", Japan's "Dragon Ocean" and German William's "Silver Money" in the first century, among which Britain's "Station Ocean" was famous for its excellent production and beautiful design.
Station foreign currency
In the center of the front of the coin is a British goddess with halberd and shield, standing on the shore and proud of the world. The left hand holds the meter shield, the right hand holds the trident, meaning that can attack and defend, invincible battle. Under the bead circle, the left and right sides are separated into English ONE-DOLLAR (one circle), and the year number is 1901. In the center of the back, there is the Chinese seal character "Shou", in the context of the Chinese style "Yiyuan", and in the left and right of the Malay style "Yiyuan". There are also palindromes outside the bead circle. From the coin, we can clearly see the blending of Chinese and Western cultures, with distinct historical imprints, which has unique historical significance. The coins are clear in writing, delicate in decoration, smooth in line, elegant in curve and meticulous in writing. The whole production is exquisite, the design is exquisite, the writing is beautiful, the content is rich, the collection value is excellent.