200 Cash, Sung Yin Shih, Changsha, China, 1913

200 Cash, Sung Yin Shih, Changsha, China, 1913

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Description (Brief)
One (1) 200 cash note
Sung Yin Shih, Changsha, China, 1913
Obverse Image: Denomination at bottom, name of issuing authority at top, two dragons rise from water at bottom towards the pearl of wisdom and top center, acting as a border to the text.
Reverse Image: Denomination at center and surrounding as a border.
Reverse Text: 2 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 佰 / 钱 / 票 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 2 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳 / 貳
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Physical Description
paper (overall material)
overall: 19.3 cm x 8.6 cm x.01 cm; 7 19/32 in x 3 3/8 in x in
ID Number
catalog number
accession number
Credit Line
James C. Leigh
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Chinese Banknotes
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Chinese Paper Money
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National Museum of American History
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