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1937 - NATIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE...
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1937 - NATIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA LIBERTY BOND 1000 $ - Scripopass/Passco (COA) Included - RARE

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1937 - NATIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA LIBERTY BOND 1.000 $
UNITED STATES DOLLAR BOND


UNCANCELLED WITH PAGE COUPONS 

INCLUDED OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL 
SCRIPOPASS AND PASSCO (COA) CERTIFICATION OF AUTHENTICATION

Description

Liberty $1000 – Country: China

Year: 1937
Capital: $500,000,000 Chinese Pinyin  (value of Pinyin in 1937 was .40 cents U.S. Dollars)
Interest: 6%

Redemption:

  • 30 years   (till 1967) – these bonds were paid off until 1949, then payments stopped due to change in government
  • 4% Payable yearly on the 8th month after issued

Secured by:

Appropriations from the National Treasury by order of the Ministry of Finance as they fall due

Bonds Signed by:

  • Minister of Finance
  • Vice-Minister of Finance

Denominations available:  $5, $10, $50, $100, $1000, $10,000 Chinese Pinyin

Issued in Sep 1937 during WWII. by the National Government of the Republic of China. 

The Republic of China or the Chinese Republic was the political entity that was formed in China at the fall of China's last emperor, Pu Yi in 1912 following the success of the Xinhai Revolution.

The flag of the Republic of China until 1928, used by the Beiyang government of warlords

Following a series of events in the period between 1912 and 1949 the territory under the control of the Republic of China was reduced to the island of Taiwan, while mainland China came under the control of the newly formed People's Republic of China. This real revolution in the sixties was followed by a second one, passed into history as the great Chinese cultural revolution.

The People's Republic of China was founded by Mao Zedong on 1 October 1949 and the first activity of the new political system, established with the revolutionary victory, was to bring peripheral territories such as Tibet and Xinjiang (1951) under the sovereignty of China.

A bond is a document of title for a loan. Bonds are issued, not only by businesses, but also by national, state or city governments, or other public bodies, or sometimes by individuals. Bonds are a loan to the company or other bodies. They are normally repayable within a stated period of time. Bonds earn interest at a fixed rate, which must usually be paid by the undertaking regardless of its financial results. A bondholder is a creditor of the undertaking.

Product Details

Year of issue
1937
Nation of issue
China

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