The front is a picture of a steelmaking worker in light brown, coffee and black tones; the back is a picture of the national emblem and an open-pit coal mine in black and green tones; the five-pointed star watermark of the national flag. The banknote was issued on October 20, 1969. Starting from February 4, 1992, it was only received and paid, but will no longer be paid out by the bank. It will cease to circulate on July 1, 2000. The year number on the plate is “1960”.
The third series of the Renminbi began with the issuance of the 1960 version of the jujube red 10-cent coupon on April 20, 1962, and ended with the issuance of the last 1972 version of the 50-cent coupon on January 5, 1974, spanning a period of 12 years and a total of seven denominations.
The front shows a picture of a lathe worker in dark green tones; the back has a pattern of the national emblem and an oil mine in black, red and green tones
The front shows a picture of a textile factory in purple and orange tones; the back has the national emblem, cotton and plum blossoms in purple and orange tones.