|Country||China - Republic|
|Value||10 Customs Gold Units (10)|
|Currency||Customs Gold Unit (1930-1948)|
|Size||88 × 193 mm|
Olive gray, central bank building at top. Denomination at center
The Central bank of China Promises to pay the Bearer on Demand ten customs gold units
American Bank Note Company
This issue was primarily used to facilitate customs payments, but during and after World War II the notes were used for general circulation. The 1930 issue was printed into the 1940s.
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|19 (1930)||16%||P# 327a; Signature 4|
|19 (1930)||0%||P# 327b; Signature 5|
|19 (1930)||1.8%||P# 327c; Signature 7 in black. Sign title: ASSISTANT MASNAGER at right, serial number on obverse and reverse|
|19 (1930)||4.02||82%||P# 327d; Signature 7 in brown in plate. Sign title: ASST. GENERAL MANAGER at right, serial number on reverse only|
|19 (1930)||0%||P# 327s; specimen as P# 327c|
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