20 Cents The Central Bank of China
|Country||China - Republic|
|Value||20 Cents (20)|
|Size||130 × 55 mm|
Red ink designs with dark red lettering
Serial number in red ink on left and right
Center: Title, amount, two official red seals
Right: General Chiang Kai-shek
The Central Bank of China
Red designs with red outlined block lettering in English
Amount in English
Scene of a fishing boat
THE CENTRAL BANK OF CHINA
20 TWENTY CENTS 20
20 1946 20
THOMAS DE LA RUE & COMPANY LIMITED, LONDON
This note has the issue of 20 cents in English used, while 2 jiao used in Chinese. This is common, with traditional measurements often being applied to western usage. Even today, this is common on issues like the 1990s rice notes, having both traditional and Western measurements.
This banknote is interesting in the departure of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, in favor of General Chiang Kai-Shek.
This note is part of the 1946 'Small Change' issue having a 1 Cent (P# 395) and different 20 Cent (P# 395a).
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