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200 Cash Zhongtong Yuanbao Jiaochao; Zhizheng


Country China - Empire
Emperor Toghon Temür Khan (Huizong) (1333-1368, Yuan dynasty)
Type Standard banknote
Years 1350-1356
Value 200 Cash (200)
Currency Cash (621-1912)
Composition Paper (mulberry bark)
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized Yes


In 1350, new issues of the Zhongtong Yuanbao Jiaochao were issued (sometimes called the Zhizheng Yuanbao Jiaochao to differenciate them from the earlier issues) to compensate for the ever-increasing inflation, with 1 Zhongtong being equal to 2 Zhiyuan. These Zhongtong notes were the first in Yuan history to have the reserves based on the actual bronze coins (rather than being based on silver and gold or silk).

These notes were issued using the old Zhongtong printing blocks, but they are differenciable by having the Zhizheng seal on them.

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