Using plenty of quantifiers is one of the characteristics of Chinese, and it is also a topic which has been focused on in the academic researches during recent years. Piaotongshi Yanjie mainly recorded the North dialect in the early Ming dynasty. It is a rare material for the research of Chinese pronunciation, vocabulary as well as grammar of the Yuan and Ming dynasties. But a systematic study of the quanrifiers of the book has not yet been found done. This article not only surveyed and described the quantifiers of the book, but also did an overall analysis of the data. Thus this article was able to learn the usage of the quantifiers appeared in Piaotongshi Yanjie. As a result, ‘箇’ is found to be generally used absolutely, and ‘疋’ and ‘匹’ differ in the usage, and the classifiers of the same type began to show their own characteristics, such as ‘箇, 間, 所, 座’ etc., which seemed to reflect the maturity of the quantifiers.What this article mainly did was to describe the language itself to serve the deeper research. As to the point that whether ‘?’ preceded by the quantifier distinguished the means and how ‘疋’ and ‘匹’ underwent the merging and replacing still needs more comparison with other relative data to draw a more reliable conclusion.