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The Republic of China - Redeemable Notes Bearing the Portrait of Emperor Huang Di (1912)


 

 

Following the issuance of redeemable notes bearing the portrait of Li Hongzhang in 1912, Bank of China issued redeemable notes bearing the portrait of Emperor Huang Di in one yuan, five yuan and ten yuan printed by American Bank Note Company for nationwide circulation.

The redeemable notes bearing the portrait of Emperor Huang Di were much alike with those with Li Hongzhang. Except for adjustments in some details, the two sets shared the same patterns of such scenes as the train and village on the front and the landscape of river and trees on the back of the one-yuan notes, the octagonal pavilion with double-hipped roof on the front of the 5-yuan notes, the quadrangle tablet pavilion on the front and Wengcheng (a small town outside the city gate) at Zhengyang Gate of Beijing on the back of the 10-yuan notes as well as the layout. However, the Emperor Huang Di notes were affixed with far more place names than the Li Hongzhang notes.

One-Yuan Zhili Local Redeemable Note Bearing the Portrait of Emperor Huang Di (1912)

Designation Denomination Place Name Design Color Motif Note Size Printed by Year
Redeemable note bearing the portrait of Emperor Huang Di One yuan Zhili The portrait of Emperor Huang Di printed on the left of the front side and the picture of train and village on the right; the landscape of river and trees on the back Dark green on both sides 81×151 American Bank Note Company "The 1st year of the Republic of China" printed on the front; "1st JUNE 1912"on the back

Sichuan Local Five-Yuan Redeemable Note Bearing the Portrait of Emperor Huang Di (1912)

 

Designation Denomination Place Name Design Color Motif Note Size Printed by Year
Redeemable note bearing the portrait of Emperor Huang Di Five yuan Sichuan The portrait of Emperor Huang Di printed on the left of the front side and the picture of octagonal pavilion with double-hipped roof on the right; the landscape of bridge and trees on the back

Black on both

sides

87×175 American Bank Note Company "The 1st year of the Republic of China" printed on the front; "1st JUNE 1912"on the back

Guangdong Local Ten-Yuan Redeemable Note Bearing the Portrait of Emperor Huang Di(1912) 

 

Designation Denomination Place Name Design Color Motif Note Size Printed by Year
Redeemable note bearing the portrait of Emperor Huang Di Ten yuan Guangdong The portrait of Emperor Huang Di printed on the left of the front side and the picture of quadrangle tablet pavilion on the right; the landscape of Wengcheng at Zhengyang Gate of Beijing on the back Dark blue on both sides 95×178 American Bank Note Company "The 1st year of the Republic of China" printed on the front; "1st JUNE 1912"on the back

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