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$5 denom (#10711) (Japanese occupation of Central China usage only)

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Desc: $5

Currency: Chinese yuan (100c=1$)

Numerical sorting value: 1000


Equivalent denoms: $05, $5.00, 500c

Users of this denom: China (39 stamps, 1897-1949), Japanese occupation of China (4 stamps, 1941-1942), Japanese occupation of Central China (4 stamps, 1942-1944), Inner Mongolia (5 stamps, 1941-1945), Honan (3 stamps, 1941), Hopei (2 stamps, 1941), Shansi (2 stamps, 1941), Shantung (2 stamps, 1941), Japanese occupation of North China (7 stamps, 1942-1945), Japanese occupation of South China (4 stamps, 1942), Northeastern Provinces (4 stamps, 1946-1947), Szechwan (1 stamp, 1933), Yunnan (3 stamps, 1926-1932), Manchuria (1 stamp, 1927), Sinkiang (3 stamps, 1916-1932), Northeast China Liberation Area (10 stamps, 1946-1947), North China Liberation Area (3 stamps, 1946-1949), Northwest China Liberation Area (3 stamps, 1945-1949), East China Liberation Area (7 stamps, 1949), Central China Liberation Area (3 stamps, 1949), British offices in China (1 stamp, 1917), Russian offices in China (2 stamps, 1917) Show with all usages

Used by 4 stamps of Japanese occupation of Central China: See all uses as list
1942 $5 grn issue=1942g d=Sun Yatsen (1941) on=issuer=China-issue=1941-5c unwmk perf=12
8/1/1943 $5 viobrn issue=1942b d=Sun Yat-sen (1938) var=3 oc=blk on=issuer=China-1943-15c-viobrn unwmk perf=12.5
1944 $5 carrose issue=government 4th d=Purple Mountain
postage due 11/27/1944 $5 issue=1944 due

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