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Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Banque Sino-Belge

The Sino-Belgian Bank (BSB) was incorporated on 5 March 1902 with a capital of 1,000,000 francs to launch the Chinese operations of the Société Générale pour favoriser l’industrie nationale (French: General Company for the Promotion of National Industry; see Belgium B101). It opened its Shanghai branch in mid-June 1902, and shortly thereafter added branches in Beijing, Cairo, London, Paris, and Tianjin, and helped found the Banque du Congo Belge (French: Bank of the Belgian Congo; see Belgian Congo B201). The primary business of the bank in China was long-term loans to Chinese railways.

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1 dollar / 1 piastre
(B6901a, change)

 
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5 dollars / 5 piastres
(B6902a, change)

 
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10 dollars / 10 piastres
(B6903a, change)

 
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50 dollars / 50 piastres
(B6904a, change)

 
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5 Mexican dollars
(B6905a, PS567)

 
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5 Mexican dollars
(B6905b, PS567)

 
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5 Mexican dollars
(B6905c, PS567)

 
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5 Mexican dollars
(B6905d, PS567)

 
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5 Mexican dollars
(B6905e, PS567)

 
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5 Mexican dollars
(B6905as, PS567)

 
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10 Mexican dollars
(B6906a, PS568)

 
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10 Mexican dollars
(B6906b, PS568)

 
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10 Mexican dollars
(B6906c, PS568)

 
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10 Mexican dollars
(B6906d, PS568)

 
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10 Mexican dollars
(B6906e, PS568)

 
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10 Mexican dollars
(B6906ap, PS568)

 
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10 Mexican dollars
(B6906bs, PS568)

 
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10 Mexican dollars
(B6906ep, PS568)

 
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