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1 Dollar, The Chinese-American Bank of Commerce, Shanghai, China, 1920

1 Dollar, The Chinese-American Bank of Commerce, Shanghai, China, 1920

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Description (Brief)
One (1) dollar note
The Chinese-American Bank of Commerce, Shanghai, China, 1920
Obverse Image: Chinese characters at top and at center, image of the Statue of Libery, New York on the left; Chinese flag shield to the right.
Obverse Text: [NEEDS TRANSLATION]
Reverse Image: Name of bank at top in English, denomination at center.
Reverse Text: 1 / THE CHINESE-AMERICAN BANK OF COMMERCE / 1 / NO. 062119 / 1 / PROMISES TO PAY THE BEARER ON DEMAND AT ITS OFFICE HERE / 1 / 1 / NO. 062119 / ONE DOLLAR LOCAL CURRENCY / AMERICAN VICE PRESIDENT / SHANGHAI / MANAGER / 1 / 15TH JULY 1920 / 1 / AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
note
date made
1920
place made
China: Shanghai
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 7 cm x 14 cm x.01 cm; 2 3/4 in x 5 1/2 in x in
ID Number
2018.0175.021
catalog number
2018.0175.021
accession number
2018.0175
serial number
062119
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Chinese Banknotes
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Chinese Paper Money
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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