PMG-certified China Note Expected to Realize Six Figures in Hong Kong Auction

Posted on 11/27/2019

The top ten notes in the sale are all certified by PMG.

Paper Money Guaranty® (PMG®) certified numerous important banknotes that will be featured in the Heritage Auctions HKINF (Hong Kong, China International Numismatic Fair (HKINF) World Paper Money Signature Auction, taking place December 4-5, 2019. One standout note is expected to realize more than $100,000 (USD).

A People’s Republic of China 1951 10,000 Yuan graded PMG 25 Very Fine NET has an estimate of $135,000 to $160,000 (USD). This high-denomination First Series Renminbi (RMB) note is considered to be the key to the entire RMB series. Featuring a band of horses herded by one rider, the note had a limited distribution in the Inner Mongolian and Xinjiang, China provinces and is extremely rare today.

People's Republic of China 1951 10,000 Yuan graded PMG 25 Very Fine NET with an estimate of $135,000 to $160,000 (USD)
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Other significant PMG-certified China banknotes in the sale include:

Notable PMG-certified Hong Kong banknotes being offered include:

For more information, visit Heritage Auctions.

All estimates are provided by the auction house.

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