|China 10 Yuan 1945 (1948)|
Item Code: CN-390
Portrait of Chiang Kai-shek (1887-1975) in military
uniform. Born as Jiang Ruiyuan (Chiang Jui-yuan)
during his youth years Chiang was
known as Jiang Zhiqing (Chiang Chi-ching). He was also known as Jiang Jieshi or Chiang Chieh-shih and Jiang Zhongzheng or Chiang Chung-cheng.
Back: Stone river bridge in Yachou-fu town (Yazhou-fu, now Ya'an), Szechuan (Sichuan, Szechwan) province. Watermark: None. Security features:
Running serial numbers on the front of the banknote. Coloured dots in the paper of the banknote. Engraved printing. Predominant colour: Brown.
Artist: ABNC. Engraver: ABNC. Signatures: Lee Chun-yiu (Li Junyao, Li Chunyao, Lea Tsing-yao) (General Manager); Dr. H.H. Kung (Kung Hsiang-hsi,
Kong Xiangxi) (Governor, 1933-1945). Security thread: None. Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: The Central Bank of China (Established: November
1928). Date of Printing: 1945. Date of Introduction: August 1948. Withdrawn: Yes. Legal tender: No. Total issue: N/a. Material: Cotton paper.
Printer: American Bank Note Company (ABNC), New York, United States of America.
|Dimensions: 147 x 61 mm|
signature varieties are known. One as per above image
with H.H. Kung as Governor (P-390-2, scarce signature)
and two as per 2 below images:
Lee Chun-yiu (Li Junyao, Li Chunyao, Lea Tsing-yao) (General Manager); Yu Hung-chun (Yu Hongjun) widely known as O.K. Yui (Governor) (above).
Most common signature, P-390-1.
Liang Ping "Ping Liang" (General Manager); Yu Hung-chun (Yu Hongjun) widely known as O.K. Yui (Governor). Rare signature, P-390-3.
Texts: The Central Bank of China (Zhonghuá Mínguó Zhongyang Yínháng). Shí yuán. Ten Yuan. Gold Chin Yuan Issue. Hsi Te-Mou.
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