The coin "one yuan" was minted in Paris from 1885 to 1928 for 43 years. The COINS from 1885-1895 were all 27.125 grams in weight, which was called "the heavier version". From 1895 to 1928, each of the 24 COINS weighed 27 grams, known as the "ordinary edition". It is worth noting that 1895 is the year number of the same casting of the weighted version and the ordinary version, and there is also a rumor that there was a "weighted version" in 1905, but no material object has been found so far, and its true degree cannot be determined. "Sit foreign" by the main coin and auxiliary coin altogether 4 constitute a set. When you call a token coin, you usually call it "sitting on a semi-circle", "sitting on a half-circle", "sitting on a half-circle", "sitting on a half-circle", "sitting on a half-circle", "sitting on a half-circle", or "sitting on a half-circle", or "sitting on a half-circle", or "sitting on a half-circle", or "sitting on a half-circle", or "sitting on a half-circle".
银币正面的主图为手执束棒的自由女神坐像，坐像的两侧铸法文文字是：REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE（法兰西共和国）。女神座下方有小字法文BARRE和该币发行的年份。银币背面的主图案为一花环，周圈为说明文字，花环上方铸法文为：FRANCAISE INDO-CHINE（法兰西印度支那），银币花环中间的横向文字为银币的面额：PIASTRE DE COMMERCE(皮阿斯特的贸易银)。银币花环下方文字为：TITRE 0.900 POIDS 27 GR（含银千分之九百，重量27克）。整块银币背面文字的中文意译为：法兰西（所属的）印度支那（银币）。壹贸易银元重27克，含纯银千分之九百。正下方中间位置的双火炬中的小字“A”则可视为版别。
The main picture on the front of the coin is a seated statue of the statue of liberty holding a bundle of sticks. On both sides of the statue are the words "REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE" (French republic). Below the goddess is a small French BARRE and the year in which the coin was issued. The main design on the reverse side of the silver coin is a wreath, with a circular inscription, above which is cast the French word FRANCAISE indo-chine (French Indochina). In the middle of the silver coin wreath is the horizontal inscription of the denomination of the silver coin: PIASTRE DE COMMERCE (piastrian trade silver). The text below the silver wreath reads: TITRE 0.900 POIDS 27 GR (900 silver parts per thousand, weight 27 grams). The Chinese translation of the words on the back of the coin is: Indochina of France. One trade silver weighing 27 grams, including nine hundred per thousand pure silver. Right below the middle of the double torch in the small word "A" can be regarded as edition.
This coin is A 1908edition of the western currency, and the statue of liberty on the front of the collection wears A garland of seven rays on its head, while the pattern of wheat ears on the back is the "A" version of the coin, which was issued and circulated in the colonies. It is A rare and precious variety, with high collection value and room for appreciation.