|Country||China - Empire|
|Emperor||Külüg Khan (Wuzong) (1308-1311, Yuan dynasty)|
|Value||300 Li = 1/3 Tael (1/3)|
|Composition||Paper (mulberry bark)|
In 1309, the Zhida Yinchao currency was introduced to replace the previous Zhiyuan notes. These Zhida notes were the first notes in the Yuan dynasty history to be directly pegged to the Tael, and 1 Zhida note was equal to 5 Zhiyuan notes.
These notes circulated for just over a year, and when the next emporer came into power in 1311, the Zhida notes were demonetized, and the Zhongtong and Zhiyuan notes were reverted to.
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More information is needed on the exact denominations of these pieces. Putting together information from the above sources, there were thirteen different denominations spanning from 2 Li to 2 Tael. Considering the values the other Yuan notes, the following denominations are the most likely: 2 Li, 3 Li, 5 Li, 10 Li, 20 Li, 30 Li, 50 Li, 100 Li, 200 Li, 300 Li, 500 Li, 1 Tael, and 2 Tael.
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