"Sichuan Silver Coin" was the product of the 1911 Revolution. In December 1911, the Chengdu Mutiny took place. The Sichuan Army, with Yin Changheng and Laurent as its chief and deputy governors, replaced the Sichuan Army, which had only been established for 12 days. At the beginning of the establishment of the new Sichuan Army, it was faced with the financial predicament that needed to spend more and more money. The Sichuan Army quickly took over the Chengdu Mint and decided to coin "Sichuan Silver Coin" for emergency. In April of the first year of the Republic of China (1912), the Chengdu Mint of Sichuan, under the orders of the Sichuan Army, opened moulds to cast "military Sichuan silver coins" (also known as "Han" silver coins). Because after a hundred years of storms and hardships, the stock is extremely scarce, especially the better quality is more scarce, so it is very popular with collectors.