The front is a picture of two horses plowing the field, in yellow and dark brown tones; the back is a picture of cattle and sheep, in brown tones. The bank note was issued on January 20, 1950 and deactivated on April 1, 1955. Dimensions are: 140 × 75 mm.
The front is a picture of a herding horse, in light purple and reddish brown tones; the back is a pattern of flower symbols (with Mongolian characters), in light blue and brown tones.
The front is a picture of a harvester, in red, purple, and green tones; the back is a production picture, in dark brown.
The front is a picture of the Buddhist Incense Pavilion in Wanshou Mountain, in purple and red; the back is a flower ball, in black and gray.