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Banknote Book & CPG® PRICE GUIDE

Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Foreign Exchange Certificates

As the economy of the People’s Republic of China began to open in the late 1970s, the government authorized the Bank of China to issue foreign exchange certificates from 1 April 1980, in order to strengthen foreign exchange controls and administration. All non-Chinese citizens with short-term visas were required to pay for certain specified goods by means of these certificates. They were phased out in 1994.

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10 fen
(BFX1001a, PFX1)

 
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10 fen
(BFX1001b, PFX1)

 
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10 fen
(BFX1001bs, PFX1)

 
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50 fen
(BFX1002a, PFX2)

 
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1 yuan
(BFX1003a, PFX3)

 
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5 yuan
(BFX1004a, PFX4)

 
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10 yuan
(BFX1005a, PFX5)

 
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10 yuan
(BFX1005as, PFX5)

 
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50 yuan
(BFX1006a, PFX6)

 
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50 yuan
(BFX1006as, PFX6)

 
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50 yuan
(BFX1007a, PFX8)

 
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50 yuan
(BFX1007as, PFX8)

 
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100 yuan
(BFX1008a, PFX7)

 
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100 yuan
(BFX1008as, PFX7)

 
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100 yuan
(BFX1009a, PFX9)

 
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100 yuan
(BFX1009as, PFX9)

 
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