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China 50 Yuan 1941

Item Code: CN-242A

Front: Ornamental gateway called Pailou or Paifang, an archway, in front of a crenellated Futukuan fortress wall, which is the historical Fu-Hsing-Guan
near Chungqing (Chongking). Back: Decorative guilloche patterns, borders and rosettes. Watermark: None. Security features: Running serial numbers
on the front of the banknote. Predominant colours:
Green and brown. Artist: Hua Wei Shou; Mi Wen. Engraver: Hua Wei-shou. Signatures: D.L. Lichia
(Li Jue) (General Manager); Tian Yimin "Y.M. Dien" (Assistant General Manager). Security thread: None. Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: The Central
Bank of China (Established: November 1928). Date of Issue: 1941 = 30th year of the Republic. Withdrawn: Yes. Legal tender: No. Total issue: N/a.
Material: Cotton paper. Printer:
Shanghai Banknote Co. Ltd., Chungking Printing Factory (Founded in Chungking on 1 February 1941 and completed to
be built at the end of 1942). From 29 October 1987: Shanghai Banknote Printing Factory, Shanghai).

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Dimensions: 161 x 85 mm

Texts: The Central Bank of China (Zhonghuá Mínguó Zhongyang Yínháng). Fifty Yuan. Republic of China. Fuxingguan = Revival. Fu Tu Guan.
Remark: Futuguan (Futukuan) Fortress near Chungking (Chongqing) is situated 380 metres above sea level.

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