Chinese 100 Yuan Bill - Front Chinese 100 Yuan Bill - Back
Chinese 100 Yuan Bill - Front - 1999 Chinese 100 Yuan Bill - Back - 1999
Money Issued by the People's Republic of China

This bill in the era of the late 1990s features Chairman Mao Zedong who established the People's Republic of China. His lifetime spanned from 1893 to 1976. The blank spot on the opposite side of Mao has a picture of a rose and the number 100 that can only be seen by holding the bill up to the light. On the back side you can see a picture of the Peoples' Hall. A partial metal strip runs vertically through the number 100 on the front for anti-counterfeiting purposes. Check every bill you receive for these anti-counterfeiting features. They will always check yours.
This bill measures 6 1/8 by 3 inches (155mm by 77mm). -- by comparison the US Dollar bill measures 6 1/4 by 2 1/2 inches

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