China Five Yuan Banknote - 1935
China Five Yuan Banknote - 1935
China Five Yuan Banknote - 1935
China Five Yuan Banknote - 1935
China Five Yuan Banknote - 1935
China Five Yuan Banknote - 1935
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China Five Yuan Banknote - 1935

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Type: Canvas Printings
Form: Flat
Support Base: Canvas
Medium: Waterproof Ink
Is Smart Device: No
Subjects: abstract
Frame mode: Unframed
Style: Modern
is_customized: Yes
Model Number: BanknoteCanvas Painting
Original: No
Technics: Spray Painting
Shape: Horizontal Rectangle
Frame: No
Material: Canvas
Package: PVC tube
Occasion: Living Room Bedroom Office Decor
Painting Type: Banknote Poster Canvas Painting
Wall Art Posters and Prints: Abstract Art Wall Pictures for Home Decor

The 1935 five Yuan banknote issued by the Bank of Communications in China. The note was issued when mainland China was a Republic, and it is presented in traditional Chinese in the front and English on the back. The front and back of the note has signatures of both board members, one is in traditional Chinese and the other in English.⁣

The front of the note can be broken down into three parts: the left part, which has patterns that are symmetrical to the right part, the portrait in the middle and the right part. The left and right consists of beautiful intricate symmetrical patterns, but the right has five Yuan written into it. The middle of the note is my favorite part; it is a portrait of a junk. Junks were the mode of sea and river transport during the imperial and industrial age of China.⁣

The back of the note can also be broken down into the same three parts as well, with a few differences. The left consists of the number five instead of the right and the middle is a portrait of what seems to be a temple at the edge of the river with rolling hills and a forest.⁣