1 Chinese Yuan banknote (1960 issue)
The People's Bank of China issued Chinese Yuan banknotes in 12 different denominations,
including this 1 Chinese Yuan banknote (1960 issue). They are part of the Chinese Yuan withdrawn Renminbi banknotes series. The People's Bank of China started issuing
these 1 Chinese Yuan banknotes in 1960. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1980.
The 1 Yi Yuan banknote from 1960 features a young woman, Liang Jun, driving a tractor. Lian Jun was in fact China’s first female tractor driver! On the back of the red coloured one Yuan banknote is a flock of sheep and a shepherd.
Do you have a 1 Chinese Yuan banknote (1960 issue)? Here's how to exchange it for cash:
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1 CNY = £0.06882
You get: £0.07
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