Marshal of the People's Republic of China is the highest rank of the Chinese nation.
On February 8, 1955, at the sixth meeting of the Standing Committee of the First National People's Congress of the People's Republic of China, the Regulations on the Service of Officers of the People's Liberation Army were adopted. The People's Liberation Army fully implemented the rank system. The regulations stipulate that the ranks of PLA officers are divided into 4 grades and 16 grades.
On September 27, the 22nd Session of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress adopted a resolution conferring the rank of Marshal of the People's Republic of China. Chairman Mao Zedong conferred the rank of Marshal of the People's Republic of China on 10 people, Zhu De, Peng Dehuai, Lin Biao, Liu Bocheng, He Long, Chen Yi, Luo Ronghuan, Xu Qianjin, Nie Rongzhen and Ye Jianying.
1927 was an important and extraordinary year in the glorious 80-year history of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. In order to confront the counter-revolutionary actions of Chiang Kai-shek and Wang Ching-wei, the Communist Party of China took the road of armed struggle without hesitation. It alone led the three most famous armed uprisings, namely, the Nanchang Uprising, the Autumn Harvest Uprising and the Guangzhou Uprising, and declared the birth of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. During this period, the more famous Jute Uprising, Hailufeng Uprising and Qiongya Uprising were also held. Then, in 1928, the Southern Hunan Uprising, the Pingjiang Uprising and the Sangzhi Uprising were launched one after another. The top ten marshals LED or participated in these famous and important armed uprisings and became leaders or practitioners of our army during its founding period.
With the increasing influence of our country in the world, the ten Memorial medals of marshals with high collection value are warming up again. Especially after the "93 parade", more and more collectors begin to join the collection of this memorial medal.
The Origin of the Ten Marshals Memorial Medals
On September 27, 1955, at 17:00, Huairen Hall, Zhongnanhai, held a solemn award ceremony. At this award ceremony, Chairman Mao Zedong personally awarded Zhu De, Peng Dehuai, Lin Biao, Liu Bocheng, He Long, the command of the rank of Marshal of the Chinese People's Liberation Army and the first-level badge of 81, the first-level Medal of independence and freedom, and the first-level Medal of liberation to Zhu De, Peng Dehuai, Lin Biao, Liu Bocheng, He Long, etc. Chen Yi, Luo Ronghuan, Xu Qianqian, Nie Rongzhen and Ye Jianying.
The complete set of ten marshals Memorial medals, respectively, are the portraits of ten marshals. They are presented in the way of gold inlay, beautifully designed and well-made. Whether from the material of gold or the historical significance of the memorial medals themselves, their collection value is very high.
In addition, the production of this set of commemorative medals, the introduction of modern industrial coinage technology, the overall level of technology is very high, which makes the commemorative coin itself artistic value is also very prominent.
2. The Appreciation Potential of the Ten Marshals Memorial Medals
To inherit the history of national struggle belongs to the treasure of red collections. The beauty of design and design presented by these ten Memorial medals is not its main value. The Memorial medals themselves bear the history of the song and sob battles of the founding fathers and the history of the bloody struggle of the Chinese nation is its greatest value. As a very typical category of red collections, souvenir medals can be preserved and preserved permanently, and with the rise of China, the appreciation potential is enormous.