Government Announcement on the Issuance of the Second Series of Renminbi(CNY)

On March 1, 1955, the second set of RMB was issued. The ratio of the second set of RMB to the first set is 1:10,000 and is divided into main banknotes and secondary coins. The denominations are: 1 cent, 2 cents, 5 cents, 10 cents, 20 cents, 50 cents, 1 yuan, 2 yuan, 3 yuan, 5 yuan and 10 yuan. One of the denominations, the 3 yuan, was the only issue in the history of the yuan.

2024 Lunar New Year Commemorative Coin

Obverse: “The People’s Bank of China”, “10 Yuan”, the Chinese pinyin letters “SHIYUAN” and the year number “2024 “The background is lined with a flower pattern.

Back : The image of a dragon combining traditional Chinese paper-cutting art and elements of decorative New Year’s paintings, lined with lanterns and ganoderma lucidum, with the word “Jichen” printed on the left side of the coin.

2024 Lunar New Year Commemorative Banknote (Year of Dragon)

Front: the main scene is a dragon design, with the national emblem of the People’s Republic of China, the People’s Bank of China and the seal of the Dragon in seal script above, and the colorful and light-altering denomination number 20 Yuan and Chinese characters II Yuan below, a dynamic holographic design, a transparent window, and the denomination in Braille. Underneath are the colorful and light-altering denomination number “20” and the Chinese character “贰拾圓”, a dynamic holographic pattern, a transparent window, the Braille denomination mark and the crown number.
Reverse side: the main scene is the children’s dragon lantern dance, supplemented by the decorative pattern of Beijing’s courtyard houses, with the denomination number “20” and the Hanyu Pinyin alphabet “YUAN” on the top, and flowers and kinetic holograms, the year number “2024”, the bank’s name “YUAN” on the bottom, and the year number “2024”. 2024″, the Governor’s seal, the denomination number “20”, “People’s Bank of China” in hanyu pinyin and “People’s Bank of China 贰拾圆” in the scripts of the four nationalities of Mongolia, Tibet, Wei and Zhuang. “The banknote has a denomination of 20 yuan.