Daqing silver coin long Xu Long Yuan, Qing Xuantong three years(1911) Tianjin Mint General Factory cast. The Qing government formulated ten articles of the "Rectifying the Statute of the Law", in which it proposed that silver coins be manufactured by the Mint General Factory and that Nanyang(Jiangnan), Beiyang, Guangdong, and Hubei be retained as sub-factories. At the same time as making silver coins, many people put forward the idea of making gold coins. In the 20th century, discussions on establishing a standard system emerged. Some people advocated that China implement the gold standard system. In the absence of gold reserves, The gold exchange standard system(also known as the "virtual gold standard system") can be implemented first.
Xuantong's three-year Qing silver coin was Xuantong's three years, that is, minted in 1911. It was a unified currency system of the Qing government. The front was printed with the word "Da Qing silver coin". On the back was the Dragon, and the dragon was from left to right along the edge. From the cloud, the dragon head ranks first. Dragon beads under the word "round", longan concave, nose beam. The casting of Daqing silver coins was first proposed in the twenty-ninth year of Guangxu(1903 AD). At that time, the Qing government formulated ten articles of the "Constitution of the Reorganization Law" to rectify the casting of silver coins, but was influenced by all parties until Xuantong. Three years, Before they cast a national silver coin.