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China 5 Yuan 1935

Item Code: CN-154

Front: Chinese Junks (sailing ships) in the sea. Decorative guilloche patterns and rosettes. Back: Shoreline scene of man-made Kunming
Lake and of the Tower of Buddhist Incense on Wnshu Shan (Longevity Hill) at the (new) Summer Palace (Yhyun) Gardens in Beijing
(Pekin, Peking). Watermark: Junk. Security features: Running serial numbers. Watermark. Colored non-fluorescent fibers at the center of the
front of the banknote. Main colour: Dark olive green. Artist: (
TDLR). Engraver: TDLR. Signatures: T.Y. Hsu (?) (General Manager); Wang Zisong
"J.S. Wong" (Manager). Security thread: None. Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: Bank of Communications. Date of Issue: 1935. Withdrawn: Yes.
Legal tender: No. Total issue: N/a. Material: Cotton paper. Printer:
Thomas De La Rue & Company, Ltd., London (TDLR).
 

 
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Dimensions: 151 x 82 mm
 

Texts: Bank of Communications (Jiaotong Ynhng). Five Yuan of the national currency of the Republic of China.

 
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