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Banknote Book & CPG® PRICE GUIDE

Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by National Bank of China (Beijing)

The National Bank of China in Beijing (NBCB) was established in 1930 by the warlord Yan Xishan as a counterweight to the Central Bank of China (B3000). Including the present issuer, there are known to have been three Chinese banks, all with unique Chinese names, whose official English title has been The National Bank of China: National Bank of China (Shanghai) (B6651), National Bank of China (Guangdong) (B12801) and National Bank of China (Beijing) (B15901). Care should be taken to avoid confusion between these three entirely separate entities.

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10 cents
(B15901a, PNL)

 
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20 cents
(B15902a, P507)

 
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50 cents
(B15903a, PNL)

 
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1 yuan
(B15904a, P508)

 
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1 yuan
(B15904as1, P508)

 
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1 yuan
(B15904as2, P508)

 
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5 yuan
(B15905a, P509)

 
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5 yuan
(B15905as, P509)

 
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10 yuan
(B15906a, P510)

 
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10 yuan
(B15906as, P510)

 
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