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November 10, 2012
Wuerzburg, GermanyLive Auction
Lot 5: Deutsch-Asiatische Bank(87 views)
Shanghai, 31 January 1900, Share of the Founders Issue for 1,000 Shanghai-Taels, later changed to 600 Shanghai-Taels and the to 840 Yüan, #4523, 31.1 x 37.8 cm, green, beige, folds, small tears, one repaired with tape, small pin holes, KR.
Shanghai, 31.01.1900, Aktie der Gründeremission über 1.000 Shanghai-Taels, später auf 600 Shanghai-Taels und dann auf 840 Yüan umgestempelt, #4523, 31,1 x 37,8 cm, grün, beige, Knickfalten, kleine Randeinrisse, einer hinterklebt, kleine Klammerlöcher, KR.
The bank was founded in 1889. It supported the trade between Germany and Asia. The bank was allowed to issue an own currency in the German colony of Kiautschou and in China after 1906. The Deutsche Bank was the last major shareholder.
Das Institut wurde 1889 zum Betrieb von Bankgeschäften und zur Förderung des Handelsverkehrs zwischen Deutschland und Asien gegründet. 1906 erhielt die Bank das Recht, Banknoten im Schutzgebiet Kiautschou und in China auszugeben. Letzter Großaktionär war die Deutsche Bank.
Condition Report: VF
Notes: Country: China Region: Asien
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