China, 10 yuan, 1928 (P197) UNC

Issued by the Central Bank of China in 1928.
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SKU: WCH3620
£10.50

China. Central Bank of China, 10 Yuan, 1928 (P197) Blue Design on front. Green design on back with portrait of Sun Yat Sen. UNC

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