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The Republic of China - Redeemable Notes Bearing the Portrait of Li Hongzhang (1914)


 

In 1914, Bank of China re-issued the transformed Li Hongzhang redeemable notes as Bank of China redeemable notes for circulation in Zhili. It was the last time for it to issue the Bank of Great Qing banknotes in the name of Bank of China.

One-Yuan Redeemable Note Bearing the Portrait of Li Hongzhang (1914)

 

Designation Denomination Place Name Design Color Motif Note Size Printed by Year
Redeemable Note Bearing the Portrait of Li Hongzhang One yuan "China" on the left, and "Bank" on the right The portrait of Li Hongzhang printed on the left of front side and the scene of train and village on the right; the landscape of river and trees on the back Red and black 82×154 American Bank Note Company "The 3rd year of the Republic of China" printed on the front and "1st OCTOBER 1909" on the back

Five-Yuan Redeemable Note Bearing the Portrait of Li Hongzhang (1914)

 

Designation Denomination Place Name Design Color Motif Note Size Printed by Year
Redeemable Note Bearing the Portrait of Li Hongzhang Five yuan Beijing The portrait of Li Hongzhang printed on the left of front side and the scene of octagonal pavilion with double-hipped roof on the right; the scene of Longevity Hill in Summer Palace of Beijing printed on the back Blue and black 94×176 American Bank Note Company "The 3rd year of the Republic of China" printed on the front and "1st OCTOBER 1909" on the back

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