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Bank of China, 1912 "Peking" Branch Issue Rarity.

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Paper Money - World Currency Start Price:1,350.00 USD Estimated At:1,800.00 - 3,600.00 USD
Bank of China, 1912  Peking  Branch Issue Rarity.
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Peking, China, 1912, $1, P-25w, S/M#C294-30w, Issued banknote, Dark green on m/c, train with hillside village, Emperor Huang-ti on left, back green, back overprinted on bottom, "One Dollar - Peking", S/N B013838, WBG graded Choice Very Fine 35, Bright colors, large margins, sharp corners and fresh appearance enhance this rare note, usual Chinese notation on back. This is one of the highest graded examples ever offered in auction. Extremely rare branch variety. ABNC.