The Taiping Heavenly Kingdom carries the sacred treasure, a kind of coins of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom. It is a relatively rare kind of coins. There are song style, regular script, hidden text series, which belong to the middle period of coinage, and there are not a series of Xiaoping coins with many types. It was first cast in 1853. Copper money is mainly used in circulation, with a small amount of iron money and lead money
此藏品为太平天国圣宝钱币。是清末太平天国起义时期（1851—1864）太平军铸造。据钱币 学家马定祥在《太平天国钱币》一书中考证，“此类太平天国背圣宝 大钱系镇库钱，当是太平天国中、晚期在湖南、苏州、杭州等处所出 ，此钱币其面文“太平天国”正面为内圆太平天国字样，反面内圆是圣宝，可见其书写 标准规范，字形端正，笔划横直竖立，文字布局协调。这些历尽磨难幸存下来的起义钱，无声记录着历史的风云变幻，默然镌刻着政权的更迭沧桑，此版本钱币非常少见，从“物以稀为贵”的角度出发，市场收藏价值非常高。它所负载和彰显的史料价值、收藏价值和研究价值，都是无比珍贵的，所以它理应占得古币收藏领域一席之地。从这个意义上说，起义钱不应游离于钱币收藏家的视野之外，应该为古钱币收藏爱好者普遍认知和鉴赏。太平天国运动失败后，其钱币遭受了清政府的大量销毁和破坏，导致存世数量甚少，而其中的精品更是弥足珍贵。且太平天国作为一个特殊的农民政权,其遗留下来的实物和文献相当稀少,而作为纪念性物品的大花钱更属于凤毛麟角,传世品大多作为一级文物为国家博物馆所珍藏。此藏品具有巨大的收藏价值和投资价值，作为中国历史上最后一次大规模的农民起义,太平天国运动曾席卷了十余个省，太平天国钱币在公元1853年太平军建都天京后开始铸造。虽然它们主要仿照了清朝制钱以及咸丰大钱的形制，但作为中国历史上最后一次重要的农民起义政权的铸币，它的历史价值和珍贵性也很早被现代艺术市场所认识。
This collection is a treasure coin of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom. It was forged by the Taiping Army during the uprising of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom (1851-1864). According to Ma Dingxiang, a numismatist, in his book coins of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, it is said that "this kind of money, which carries the sacred treasure of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, comes out in Hunan, Suzhou, Hangzhou and other places in the middle and late period of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom. The inscription" Taiping Heavenly Kingdom "on the front is the inner circle of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, and the inner circle on the back is the holy treasure, which shows its writing Standard specification, upright font, vertical strokes, coordinated text layout. These uprising coins, which have survived all the hardships, silently record the changes of history and silently engrave the changes of political power. This version of coins is very rare. From the perspective of "rare things are precious", the market collection value is very high. The historical data value, collection value and research value it carries and highlights are all extremely precious, so it should occupy a place in the field of ancient coins collection. In this sense, uprising money should not be separated from the vision of coin collectors, but should be generally recognized and appreciated by ancient coin collectors. After the failure of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom movement, its coins suffered a lot of destruction and destruction by the Qing government, resulting in a small number of surviving coins, and the fine works are even more precious. As a special peasant regime, the material objects and documents left behind by the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom are quite rare, and the large cost of commemorative items is even rarer. Most of the handed down items are treasured by the National Museum as first-class cultural relics. This collection is of great collection value and investment value. As the last large-scale peasant uprising in Chinese history, the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom movement once took part in more than ten provinces. The coins of Taiping Heavenly Kingdom began to be cast after the Taiping Army established its capital Tianjing in 1853 ad. Although they mainly imitated the form of Qing Dynasty and Xianfeng big money, as the last important peasant uprising regime in Chinese history, their historical value and preciousness were recognized by modern art market very early. After the failure of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom movement, its coins suffered a lot of destruction and destruction by the Qing government, resulting in a small number of surviving coins, and the fine works are even more precious.
This treasure of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom is extremely rare and precious. The overall calligraphy, casting technology and copper quality are excellent. On the front is the song style regular script "Taiping Heavenly Kingdom", and on the back is the traditional script "Shengbao", which is quite exquisite and worth collecting.