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China 1 Yuan 1938

Item Code: CN-J61

Front: Portrait of Confucius (551-479 BC) (Kong Fuzi, Kong Qiu, Kongzi; Lao Tzu, Laotse, Lao-Tze, Lao-tsu), Chinese philosopher, founder of Taoism.
Mythical legendary Chinese dragon in flight among clouds and wind. Steamship and junks in sea. Back: Liao dynasty XIIth century 13 story brick and stone
pagoda tower of Tianning Temple in Xicheng District of Beijing (Peking), China. It is called The Temple of Heavenly Peace (Tianningsi) and is the oldest
standing building in Beijing. In 5th century anno domini (during the rule of Emperor Xiaowen of Northern Wei) there was a Buddhist temple standing on this
same spot. Watermark: None. Security features: Serial numbers and batch numbers on the front of the banknote. Predominant colour: Olive drab.
Artist: Pending. Engraver: Pending. Signatures: Signature seals only. Security thread: None. Printing method: Intaglio line engraving. Issuer: Japanese
Puppet Provisional Government of North China in Peking (Beijing, Pekin) led by Wang Kemin (Chairman of North China Political Council): Federal Reserve
Bank of China. Date of Issue: 27th year of the Republic (1938). Withdrawn: Yes. Legal tender: No. Total issue: N/a. Material: Mitsubishi paper made
from Manila kemp and kraft pulp. Printer: Executive Committee. Japanese Government Cabinet Office Printing Bureau.

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Dimensions: 148 x 72 mm

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Texts: Federal Reserve Bank of China. Chung Kuo Lien Ho Chun Pei Yin Hang. Zhongguó liánbang chúbèi yínháng.
One Yuan. Yiyuán. Confucius' hands are making an indecent gesture.

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