Guangxu Yuanbao was one of the currencies in circulation during Guangxu period of Qing Dynasty. Zhang Zhidong,
Governor of Guangdong and Guangxi, took the lead in introducing British coinage machines to cast silver and copper coins,
which were followed by other provinces. A total of 19 provincial bureaus cast copper coins, except those cast by
the central household department and local provinces, all of which are inscribed with provincial names on the front upper edge.
This piece, "Guangxu Yuanbao made in jiangnan province should be used as ten cents (concave edge)", On the front side of the collection,
the pearl circle is inscribed with the words "Guangxu Yuanbao" in Chinese, and the upper end of the circle is inscribed with "Made in jiangnan province",
while the lower end is engraved with the coin of "Ten cents for each yuan". A dragon is inscribed on the back of the coin, the English "jiangnan
province" is inscribed on the upper end, the English coin weighs "TEN CASH" on the lower end,
and a long six-star is inscribed on the left and right sides respectively.