[ Identification help] Help identify these China notes in "holder" please!
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EDIT: OMG how do i resize the image?? im so sorry guys!!

 

Hi guys! firstly, I apologize if i posted in the wrong forum section! I'm very new here :P

 

anyways,

 

I have in my possession booklets of old China banknotes in this special notes "holder" created just for it.

 

I'm just wondering if anyone here have seen/know what this is and the year created ?

 

I have 2 types with me, one of the holder's cover is made of leather and the other is made of a cloth like material with oriental design..

 

Both of the holder consist of same things ( denominations, manufacturer & explanation ).

 

Any replies / help will be greatly appreciated!!

 

Thanks and have a great day ahead!! [:D]

 

 

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here are the links to the album:

 

imgur:

 

or

 

Photobucket:

http://s1179.photobucket.com/user/ohdianjin/library/China%20notes%20holder2

 

 

 

 

 

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When was the album assembled? All the notes appear to be obsolete.

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These albums were put together by the PBOC for export only, like the 1980s coin proof sets. These are 3rd series notes, and are quite uncommon today, especially in their original bank issued holders.

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A lot of these "booklets" as well as for the previous Series seem to have come on to the open market now - compared to the 1990s.

 

The notes appear genuine, the printing style is similar to that used by Chinese state institutions in the late 1970s and early 1980s, when these sets would have been assembled for inclusion into these albums. Chinese mint products are far more sophisticated now in appearance.

 

The individual notes in MS65 or higher grade, as a set, would definitely be valued well north of US$100.

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