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China 1 Yuan 1940

Item Code: CN-463

Front: Agricultural occupations, farming and food preparation scenes: Peasants sieving and grinding rice in front of a house. The mill
is an ancient rice milling machine, made of hardwood and old bamboo, combined with grinding teeth, bamboo weaving funnel and other
components, and it is a special tool used to remove the rice husk. Illustration from "Yong Zheng Farming & Weaving Atlas" (Beijing Palace
Museum). Back: Decorative guilloche patterns and rosettes. Watermark: Not present. Security features: Running serial number on both the
front and back of the banknote. Predominant colours: Red and a mix of brown, blue and teal green. Artist: Pending. Engraver: Pending.
Signatures: Ye Zhuo-tang (General Manager); Chen Huaizhong (Chen Wei-tsung, Chen Huai-Chung) (Assistant General Manager).
Security thread: None. Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: The Farmers Bank of China (established on the 1st of April 1935).
Date of Issue: 1940 = 29th year of the Republic. Withdrawn: Yes. Legal tender: No. Total issue: Information pending.
Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Ta Yih Printing Company (TYPC).

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Dimensions: 99 x 53 mm

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Illustration from "Yong Zheng Farming & Weaving Atlas" (Beijing Palace Museum)

Texts: The Farmers Bank of China (Chung Kuo Nung Min Yin Hang # Zhongguó Nóngmín Yínháng). One Yuan. Yíyuán. Republic of China.

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