徐世昌1855年—1939年6月6日),字卜五,号菊人,又号弢斋、东海、涛斋,晚号水竹村人、石门山人、东海居士。直隶(今河北)天津人。其曾祖父、祖父在河南为官居,出生于河南省卫辉府(今卫辉市)府城曹营街寓所。徐世昌早年中举人,后中进士。自袁世凯小站练兵时就为袁世凯的谋士,并为盟友,互为同道;光绪三十一年(1905年)曾任军机大臣。徐世昌颇得袁世凯的器重,在袁世凯称帝时以沉默远离之。民国五年(1916年)3月袁世凯被迫取消帝制,起用他为国务卿。民国七年(1918年)10月,徐世昌被国会选为民国大总统。他下令对南方停战,次年召开议和会议。民国十一年(1922年)6月通电辞职,退隐天津租界以书画自娱。徐世昌国学功底深厚,不但著书立言,而且研习书法,安阳袁林的墓碑“大总统袁公世凯之墓”九个大字系徐世昌的手笔。工于山水松竹,如《石门山临图帖》等。一生编书、刻书30余种,如《清儒学案》、《退耕堂集》、《水竹村人集》等。被后人称为“文治总统”。Xu Shichang (1855 - June 6, 1939), the fifth character of divination, the chrysanthemum person, also the name of Yuzhai, Donghai, Taozhai, the evening name of Shuizhu Village, Shimenshan people, Donghai residents. Zhili (now Hebei) is from Tianjin. His great-grandfather and grandfather, who lived in Henan Province, were born in Caoying Street, the mansion city of Weihui City, Henan Province. In his early years, Xu Shichang enlisted people, and later advanced scholars. Yuan Shikai was a counselor and ally of Yuan Shikai since he trained at his small station. He was once Minister of Military Aircraft in the 31st year of Guangxu (1905). Xu Shichang was highly respected by Yuan Shikai and kept away from him in silence when Yuan Shikai declared himself emperor. In March 1916, Yuan Shikai was forced to abolish the monarchy and appoint him Secretary of State. In October 1918, Xu Shichang was elected President of the Republic of China by Congress. He ordered an armistice against the South and held meetings and conferences the following year. In the eleventh year of the Republic of China (1922), he resigned in June and retired from the Tianjin Concession to amuse himself with calligraphy and painting. Xu Shichang has a deep foundation in Chinese traditional learning. He not only writes books and makes speeches, but also studies calligraphy. Nine characters of Yuan Lins tombstone in Anyang are Xu Shichangs handwriting. Work in landscape pine and bamboo, such as "Shimen Mountain Lintu Tie" and so on. Over 30 kinds of books were compiled and carved in ones life, such as Confucianism Case of Qing Dynasty, Collection of Converting Farmland to Tang Dynasty, Collection of People in Shuizhu Village, etc. He was called "President of Culture and Politics" by later generations.

 

纪念币、章作为珍藏品,珍藏队伍的人数可能仅次于集邮人数。这支队伍中、随着藏品的增添、不少人对藏品的文化内在、品味要求也在一直增添。As treasures, commemorative coins and stamps may rank second only to the number of stamp collectors. In this team, with the increase of collections, many people have been increasing their demands on the cultural intrinsic quality and taste of collections.

 

重:17g 直径:35.26mm

此藏品民国时期钱币,正面为徐世昌身着西装佩戴勋章的半身像,正面上面以中华民国八年六个字,钱币背面正中图案则为稻穗组成嘉禾纹,寓意丰民足岁;直面”五十文“三字,经过岁月的洗礼,边上字迹虽然有所磨损,可作为中心意识的字体却纹路清晰鲜明从而显得更为引人注目,令人在欣赏这枚钱币之时很难转移视线去其他地方,熠熠生辉。The coin in the period of the Republic of China is a bust of Xu Shichang in a suit and a medal. On the front is six words of "Eight Years of the Republic of China". On the back of the coin, the central pattern is rice ears, which means that the people are full-year old. On the front, the fifty words "three characters" are worn out after years of baptism. As a pair of flags of central consciousness, the lines are clear and distinct, which makes it even more noticeable. It is difficult to divert ones attention from other places while appreciating the coin, and it shines brightly.

 

  民国七年,徐世昌由段祺瑞之安福国会推选为大总统。时皖督倪嗣冲为讨好徐世昌,令安徽造币厂生产印有徐世昌像的开国纪念铜币,有人因“徐世昌仁寿同登”纪念银币造于天津厂而误以为徐像铜圆也是天津厂所造,实际从资料与背版分析,当时是皖厂所为。从民国七年到十年先后共造有三版,存世均十分稀少。天津造币厂特铸金、银、铜纪念币,金、银币样式相同,铜币另作设计,除银币较常见外,金币与铜币皆非常少见。其中五十文面值极为稀少!In the seven years of the Republic of China, Xu Shichang was elected president by Duan Qiruis Anfu Congress. In order to please Xu Shichang, Nie Sichong, the governor of Anhui Province, made the Anhui Mint produce the founding commemorative copper coin with the image of Xu Shichang. Some people mistakenly believed that the commemorative silver coin of Xu Shichang Renshou Tongdeng was also made by Tianjin Mine because it was made by Tianjin Mine. From seven to ten years of the Republic of China, three editions were created successively, and their existence is very rare. In Tianjin Mint, gold, silver and copper commemorative coins are coined in the same style. Copper coins are designed separately. Apart from silver coins, gold coins and copper coins are very rare. Fifty of them are extremely rare in face value!