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China 1 Yuan 1941

Item Code: CN-J72

Front: Portrait of Confucius (551-479 BC) (Kong Fuzi, Kong Qiu, Kongzi; Lao Tzu, Laotse, Lao-Tze, Lao-tsu), Chinese philosopher, founder of Taoism.
Focused view of the
Hall of Great Perfection (Dacheng Hall) of  Confucius temple (Kong Miao) featuring Dragon pillars, in Qufu, Shandong Province, China.
Back: Decorative interlaced ornamental guilloche patterns and rosettes. Watermark: None. Security features: Serial numbers and batch numbers on the
front of the banknote. Predominant colour: Grayish rifle green. 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: (1941). Withdrawn: Yes. Legal tender: No. Total
issue: N/a. Material: Mitsubishi paper made from Manila kemp and kraft pulp. Printer: Japanese Government Cabinet Office North China Printing Bureau.

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Dimensions: 148 x 72 mm

Printer name in Chinese

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 decent gesture for prayer.

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