1914 China, Bank of Communications 1 Yuan PMG 65 EPQ Specimen. Very Low Population Only 8 in 65!The Bank of Communications was founded at Peking (Beijing) in 1907-08. (the 34th year of the Guangxu reign period of the Qing Dynasty).
By the Qing Board of Communications; in particular by Liang Shih-i, a supporter of Yuan Shih-kai. A joint government and private-sector enterprise, it emerged as one of the first few major national and note-issuing banks. The bank became the governments "most important financial supplier". It's association with the clique of the would be emperor Yuan Shih-kai caused numerous political problems and at one point led to the suspension of the currency issues by the bank.It is difficult to establish whether the first issues of the 1914 series were involved in this. There was a'run on the bank' in 1921. The item "1914 China, Bank of Communications 1 Yuan PMG 65 EPQ Specimen Rare Note" is in sale since Sunday, April 25, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Asia\China".
The seller is "oceancoinandcard" and is located in Sarasota, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.