The front is a picture of the Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge in green; the back is the national emblem and peony flower in green. The banknote was issued on April 15, 1964. It was only received and paid, but will no longer be paid out by the bank starting on February 4, 1992, and ceased circulation on July 1, 2000. The year number on the plate is “1962”. In order of issuance, there are three front-side gravure printed red Roman numerals and seven-digit Arabic numerals without watermarks, double-sided offset printed red three-digit Roman numerals and seven-digit Arabic numerals without watermarks, and double-sided offset printed red two-digit Roman numerals and eight-digit Arabic numerals without watermarks. There are three types of watermarks.
The front is a picture of a steelmaking worker in light brown, coffee and black tones
Front: National emblem and country name. Reverse: Gears, ears of wheat, denomination and year number. Diameter: 20mm
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