5 Choh, Bank of Communications, Tulunnoerh, China, 1914

Description (Brief):

One (1) 5 choh note, specimen

Description (Brief)

Bank of Communications, Tulunnoerh, China, 1914

Description (Brief)

Obverse Image: Chinese text, denomination at center.

Description (Brief)

Obverse Text: 伍角 / 伍角 / 000000 / 交通銀行 / 000000 / 按照國幣條例第四條 / 國幣計算均以十進 / 每圓十分之一稱為角 / 百分之一稱為分 / 千分之一稱為釐 / 公私兌換均照此率 / 伍角 / 中華民國國幣伍角整 / 伍角 / 多倫 / 伍角 / 財政部印刷局訂印 / 南處備查

Description (Brief)

Reverse Image: Name of bank at top, denomination in each corner.

Description (Brief)

Reverse Text: 5 CHOH / 000000 / BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS / 5 CHOH / 000000 / IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL COINAGE LAW ARTICLE 4, THE NATIONAL COINAGE SHALL BE BASED ON THE DECIMAL SYSTEM (ONE-TENTH OF A YUAN SHALL BE CALLED THE "CHOH" ONE HUNDREDTH OF A YUAN SHALL BE CALLED A "FEN" ONE-THOUSANDTH OF A YUAN SHALL BE CALLED A "LI".) ALL EXCHANGES PUBLIC AND PRIVATE MUST BE BASED ON THIS. / FIVE CHOH / 5 CHOH / TULUNNOERH / 5 CHOH

[[Obverse Text]]

伍角 / 伍角 / 000000 / 交通銀行 / 000000 / 按照國幣條例第四條 / 國幣計算均以十進 / 每圓十分之一稱為角 / 百分之一稱為分 / 千分之一稱為釐 / 公私兌換均照此率 / 伍角 / 中華民國國幣伍角整 / 伍角 / 多倫 / 伍角 / 財政部印刷局訂印 / 南處備查

[[Translation]]

five Chob / five Chob / Bank of Communications / According to Article 4 of the National Currency Regulations / National currency calculations are in decimal / Each tenth of one yuan is called a Choe / One percent is called a Fen / One thousandth is called Li / Public and private exchanges are at this rate / five Chob / Republic of China national currency total five Chob / five Chob / Tulunnoerh / five Chob / Ordered by the Printing Bureau of the Ministry of Finance / Southside for future reference

[[Reverse Text]]

5 / BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS / 5 / 000000 / 000000 / IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL COINAGE LAW ARTICLE 4, THE NATIONAL COINAGE SHALL BE BASED ON THE DECIMAL SYSTEM (ONE TENTH OF A YUAN SHALL BE CALLED THE "CHOB" ONE HUNDREDTH OF A YUAN SHALL BE CALLED A "FEN" ONE THOUSANDTH OF A YUAN SHALL BE CALLED A "LI.") ALL EXCHANGES PUBLIC AND PRIVATE MUST BE BASED ON THIS. / 有處備查 / 5 / 5 / TULUNNOERH / 74.17.180

Date Made: 1914

Crowdsourcing: Transcribed by Smithsonian digital volunteersLocation: Currently not on view

Place Made: China: Inner Mongolia, Duolun

See more items in: Work and Industry: National Numismatic Collection, NNC_Transcription_Center_Chinese_Banknote_08, Chinese Banknotes, Chinese Paper Money, NNC Chinese Bank Notes

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Credit Line: Mr. and Mrs. James C. Leigh

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: NU.74.17.180Accession Number: 315247Catalog Number: 74.17.180Serial Number: 000000

Object Name: note

Physical Description: paper (overall material)Measurements: overall: 6.7 cm x 12.2 cm x .01 cm; 2 5/8 in x 4 13/16 in x in

Guid: http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/ng49ca746b3-e2f5-704b-e053-15f76fa0b4fa

Record Id: nmah_1881216

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