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Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by American-Oriental Banking Corporation

The American-Oriental Banking Corporation, founded in 1917, was a conglomerate of four different banks, each with its own business interests and right to issue bank notes: the American-Oriental Banking Corporation (AOBC), based in Shanghai; the American-Oriental Bank of Szechuan (AOBS), based in Chongqing; the American-Oriental Bank of Fukien (AOBF), based in Fuzhou; and the American-Oriental Bank of Tientsin (AOBT), based in Tianjin. The corporation was 75% American- and 25% Chinese-owned, with business centered on import/export and incorporated in Hartford, Connecticut. The American-Oriental Banking Corporation closed in 1935 as a result of the failure of the foreign exchange business, brought about by China’s abandoning of the silver standard.

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5 dollars
(B7901a, PS97)

 
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5 dollars
(B7901ap1, PS97)

 
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5 dollars
(B7901ap2, PS97)

 
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5 dollars
(B7901ap3, PS97)

 
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5 dollars
(B7901as, PS97)

 
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10 dollars
(B7902a, PS98)

 
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10 dollars
(B7902ap1, PS98)

 
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10 dollars
(B7902ap2, PS98)

 
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10 dollars
(B7902ap3, PS98)

 
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10 dollars
(B7902as, PS98)

 
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100 dollars
(B7903a, PS100)

 
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100 dollars
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1 dollar
(B7904a, PS101)

 
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5 dollars
(B7905a, PS102)

 
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5 dollars
(B7905ap, PS102)

 
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5 dollars
(B7905as, PS102)

 
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5 dollars
(B7906a, PS105)

 
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5 dollars
(B7906ap, PS105)

 
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5 dollars
(B7906as, PS105)

 
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