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The Republic of China - GPB Notes Substituted for BOC Notes


 

Bank of China (BOC) Guangdong branch issued redeemable notes used as subsidiary silver coin notes in August, 1914. These notes, with the denominations of five yuan and ten yuan, were BOC redeemable notes in substitution for the redeemable notes (1913) of Guangdong Provincial Bank printed by American Bank Note Company.

The Republic of China: Five-Yuan GPB-to-BOC Redeemable Note (1914)

Designation Denomination Place Name Design Color Motif Note Size Printed by Year
GPB-to-BOC redeemable note Five yuan CANTON The Zhenhai Tower in Guangzhou printed on the front; decorative patterns on the back Dark green on both sides 82×157 American Bank Note Company "The 2nd year of the Republic of China" printed on the front, and "JAN 1st, 1913" on the back

The Republic of China: Ten-Yuan GPB-to-BOC Redeemable Note (1914)

 

Designation Denomination Place Name Design Color Motif Note Size Printed by Year
GPB-to-BOC exchange banknote Ten yuan CANTON The Building of Guangdong Provincial Council printed on the front; decorative patterns on the back Brown on both sides 86×171 American Bank Note Company "The 2nd year of Republic of China" printed on the front, and "JAN 1st,1913" on the back

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