In the Qing Dynasty, silver coins, paper money, and copper coins were placed side by side. During the period of Jiaqing, new types of silver dollars were issued. During the period of Guangxu, more gold and silver coins were cast. The Westernization Movement also affected the coinage industry. In the 13th year of Guangxu (1887), the Governor of Guangdong and Guangxi, Zhang Zhidong, commissioned the British Minister to order a full set of coinage machines in the United Kingdom, and first made silver and copper coins in the Guangdong Money Bureau. Since then, the provinces have followed suit and bought foreign machinery to cast silver and copper dollars. Including the Guangdong Money Bureau, many mints were ordered from the famous Birmingham Mint Ltd. in London, England. The involvement of British industry has made silver coins also contaminated with Western colors. The front of the coin rarely shows the integration of the Manchu and Han cultures, while the back of the money clearly indicates the intervention of Western culture. There are more than ten essays and less than twenty essays, which has a high collection value. It is hard to find a real coin in the market!