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Silver ingot, a very important kind of money in ancient China, was melted into ingot by silver and widely circulated in the market. Silver ingot started in Han Dynasty, and it was cast continuously afterwards. However, it really prevailed in Ming Dynasty. In Qing Dynasty, silver ingot became the main currency in circulation. Because of taking "two" as the weight unit, it was often called "silver ingot". There are many kinds of silver ingots in Qing Dynasty. Each region has its own representative shape. In general, there are Yuanbao shape, circular shape, rectangle shape, weight shape, waist shape, archway shape, etc. It is also divided into four kinds: one is Baoyin, which is horseshoe shaped and weighs 50 Liang; the second is medium ingot, which is mostly hammer shaped and weighs about 10 Liang, also known as xiaoyuanbao; the third is Xiaobao or Shuozi, which is steamed bread shaped and weighs 12 Liang, also known as Xiaoding; the fourth is less than one or two pieces of silver, which are called didi Zhu, Fuzhu, etc. On the front of the ingot is the Emperor Kangxi's name, and on the bottom is the word "Qing Dynasty silver". Its top is like a boat, its back is like a boat, and its face is like a case. This ingot type regulation, style is obvious, the stamp is clear, the original coating, on the U.S. products, feel heavy in hand. This treasure has a unique preservation environment. It is naturally oxidized around and at the bottom. The surface of the treasure keeps the original silver light. The silver is warm and white. The treasure Qi is breathtaking and unparalleled. Silver ingots like this, which have accumulated over time and historical culture, naturally surpass pure silver and have great collection value.