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The Republic of China - Nanking Notes (1912)


 

 

On February 14, 1912, the newly established Bank of China Nanjing (then called Nanking) branch issued Nanking notes in one yuan and five yuan printed by the Commercial Press. The notes bore the decorative patterns on both sides with the place name of Nanking in Chinese characters and the date of February 10, 1912.

In December, 1912, Nanjing branch terminated its business, and the Nanking notes were recalled after a short circulation of less than one year. With limited circulating area in Nanjing and short period of issuance, only a small volume of the banknotes were issued.

Nanking notes were the earliest paper money printed and issued by Bank of China itself.

One-Yuan Nanking Note

Five-Yuan Nanking Note

 

Designation Denomination Place Name Design Color Motif Note Size Printed by Year
Nanking note One yuan Nanking Decorative patterns printed on both sides Brown on the front, and blue on the back 81×144(MM) The Commercial Press "The auspicious date of February, the first year of the Republic of China" printed on the front and "Nanking 10th February 1912" on the back
Nanking note Five yuan Nanking Decorative patterns printed on both sides Blue on the front and orange on the back 93×148(MM) The Commercial Press "The auspicious date of February, the first year of the Republic of China" printed on the front and "Nanking 10th February 1912" on the back

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