Qing Empire, One Tael, Empress Dowager Cixi's Birthday, date disputed (1894? 1904?)
(possibly Emperor Guangxu's Birthday),
google keyword: 广东双龙寿字/guangdongshuanglongshouzi/Cantonese Double Dragon with Character for “Longevity”
As you can see, the coin has two dragons in the outer ring, and a Chinese stylized character for "Longevity" in the middle.
For some reason, Cixi's birthdays always coincided with humiliations for the Qing and disasters for the Chinese nation.
Her 50th birthday was spent during the Sino-French war, her 60th birthday the First Sino-Japanese War, her 70th birthday was the Russo-Japanese War fought on Chinese soil.
It's illogical to say that her birthday events caused
the wars, but these coincidences best showed that the good health of an inept ruler would turn out to be bad for the country.