China Pair 10 & 20 Custom Gold Units 1930 GEF/Unc
Custom Gold Units were a currency, printed in a vertical format and issued by the Central Bank of
China between 1930 and 1948. They were used as a standard for customs payments. Initially they
were fixed against the US dollar and were a means for business men to minimize exchange costs.
We offer Crisp examples of the 10 and 20 Custom Gold Units dated 1930 (P327 & 8) The front
show a portrait of Sun Yat Sen while a view of Bank Headquarters is on the backs. The pair in Crisp