Yongzheng Tongbao, as the smallest and relatively high price coin in Qing Dynasty, can be divided into four grades according to its fifteen money bureaus. First, Baonan and Baochuan's second round of money, especially beautiful goods, is even less common. Second, Baowu, Baochang, Baoji and other Bureau money, the three Bureau coins are more superior than the previous two, but the number is less; Thirdly, Baojin, Baohe, Baoan, Baoqian and Baogong Qian are generally low in market price, but the price of beautiful products is rising gradually. Fourth, Yongzheng coins contain the largest number of Baoquan, Baoyuan, Baoyun, Baosu and Baozhe Bureau coins. (All the items listed are ordinary products of each bureau, excluding good editions of Yongzheng, hereby stated). But Yongzheng Tongbao is really valued by coin fans. The market price soared several years ago, when the Qing Dynasty opera was popular. Businessmen took advantage of the momentum to launch the "Qing Coin Series" gifts and publish the hardcover book "Ten Emperors'Coins of the Qing Dynasty". Ordinary Tibetan friends of course can not afford to ask for expensive rare and even orphaned goods, while in the hands of a very small number of well-known hostels in the spring sector, the price of precious goods is already sky-high, and there is no room for appreciation.