Guan Jin 30 is the abbreviation of "Customs Gold Unit Exchange Voucher", which is the calculation unit of Chinese customs tax collection during Kuomintang rule. At the beginning of the issuance of the vouchers, the portrait of Sun Yat-sen, the founding father, was printed on the front, with the words "paid on demand", and the pattern on the back was the Shanghai Customs Building, all of which were straight.coin and foreign currency, in June of Guangxu 26 th, Governor De Shou of Guangdong and former Governor Li Hongzhang played the role of Guangdong taking the lead in imitating Hong Kong copper coin casting mechanism。
In fact, the customs bond is the abbreviation of "Customs Gold Unit Exchange Voucher", which is a kind of paper money specially used to pay customs duties during the Kuomintang rule, and its issuance is in the name of the central bank. In 1929, the world gold price soared and the silver price plummeted. In order to guarantee the customs revenue, the Kuomintang government decided to collect gold coins by customs. From 1931 to 1948, the Kuomintang government successively issued 47 kinds of vouchers instead of legal tender, with denominations ranging from 10 cents to 250,000 yuan. On August 19, 1948, the Kuomintang government implemented the so-called "currency system reform", announcing the abolition of French currency and security vouchers, issuing gold round vouchers, and stopping the circulation of security vouchers. At that time, a batch of newly printed vouchers with a face value of 10,000 yuan were invalid before they could be listed. Therefore, they are rare and have certain collection value. When these vouchers are put together, they can profoundly reflect the serious inflation situation experienced during the Republic of China. However, due to historical reasons, during the Cultural Revolution, a large number of banknotes of the Republic of China were seized and burned as the "Four Old", and the banknotes of the Republic of China were ignored by everyone for a long time. However, in recent years, with the high collection market, the paper money of the Republic of China has gradually returned to the public's field of vision, and its market performance is quite bright, so its appreciation potential is worth exploring.
Due to historical reasons, during the Cultural Revolution, a large number of banknotes of the Republic of China were seized and burned as "four old", and the banknotes of the Republic of China were always ignored by everyone. In recent years, with the continuous appreciation of the first three sets of RMB, the currency notes of the Republic of China are also heating up. General Manager Temasek told reporters that in November 2010, the central bank's "Red Archway", a famous product of the Republic of China banknotes, sold 353,760 yuan in Singapore, and in May 2011, it sold 1,112,700 yuan in Hong Kong, which became the single auction price of the Republic of China banknotes. Guardian, a famous auction company, sold two sets of Republic of China banknotes in 2009 and 2010 respectively It can be seen that the banknotes of the Republic of China are gradually valued by the market and have great potential for appreciation。
Special tips: the above collections are sold in good faith. Collectors from all walks of life are welcome to consult and bid at the auction.