Shunzhi Tongbao was the money cast during the Shunzhi period of the Qing Dynasty(1644-1661). In the first year of Shunzhi, the Baoyuan Bureau and Baoquan Bureau were set up in Beijing's Ministry of Industry and the Ministry of Housing. After the unification of the world, the money bureaus were set up in various places. The coins were written on the coins as "Shunzhi Tongbao." Shunzhi Tongbao has 70 % of copper dividends and 30 % of white copper. A thousand coins is called a string. Shunzhi Tongbao initially positioned each article as one money, and later changed to one money and two cents, one money and four cents, and one money and two cents. Shunzhi Tongbao's currency has not been unified. According to the text, it can be divided into five types, namely "Shunzhi Five Types."
In 1644 AD, the Qing army entered the customs, Qing Ai Xinjue Luo Fulin to Beijing, that is, the emperor's position, changed Yuan Shunzhi, became the Qing Dynasty ancestors. In Beijing, the Casting Money Bureau was set up to cast money, and the Baoyuan Bureau and Baoquan Bureau were established in the Ministry of Industry and the Ministry of Housing. After the reunification of the world, the money bureaus were opened in various places and the "Shunye Tongbao" was cast. When the Qing army first entered the customs, it allowed Ming Qian to circulate, but soon it was forbidden to use Ming Qian and other ancient money to clear money alone. During the Shunzhi period, there were clear regulations on the composition of the money, that is, 70 % of copper, 30 % of white lead(zinc), which is an alloy, called "brass", and a thousand copper coins are called a string. The 12,000-string cast year is called "one", that is, the rated number of each opening period is called "positive".
After the addition of cast numbers, it is called "plus".