The gift of 1916 Note of Suspension & Petichili Bonds

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Han Ban Lee

Buffalo, NY

#1 May 19, 2013
While the Note of Suspension of 1916 caused pain and suffering to many holders and owners of Petichili Bonds...

The chance to redeem those bonds with pure Silver Bullions and or Silver Dollar Coins was gone after 1916...But few lucky ones got the 88 mm Silver Dollar Coins in return in and around 1916..

Those 88 mm Silver Dollar Coins are the Crown Jewels with an Auction Worth in the millions each...The heirs often sold them as mementos in the garage sale! That is A Shame and A Sin!!!

I promised to reward those who failed to realize the worth of their ancestors' valuables with 1% of the Auction Worth (up to $ 1 m USD) once my effort to place them on e-Bay became successful...

To most of the holders and previous owners of Petichil Bonds, it was a page of Tears and Blood!

Han Ban Lee
Han Ban Lee

Buffalo, NY

#2 May 19, 2013
Let me bring more credits and evidence to the major trend in Silver Dollar Coins evolution from the Late Qing (1890-1912) to the Early Republic (1912-1916) followed by the Era of Warring Warlords (1916-1928):

The most significant shift is AWAY from the traditional minting style of A Furious Dragon with 7 Mace + 2 Candareens (and other denominations) on one side plus the Quan Xu Yuan Bao on the Reverse (Obverse) in the Late Qing Period to the image of A Fat Man or other political leader on one side plus the One Yuan (or Five Yuan) on the Reverse (Obverse) in the Early Republic...

Please Note: The 88 mm Silver Dollar Coins still maintain the traditional Late Qing Silver Dollar Mintage Style!

The above is Evidence Enough to prove their genuine authenticity and origin of the Period in and around 1916 Note Suspension..

All the traditional Late Qing Mintage Style (features) disappears during the Era of Warring Warlords..It serves as an important guide to distinguish and to sort out those Rare and Valuable Silver Dollars from Late Qing to the Era of warring Warlords!!

Han Ban Lee

PS - It pays to note details and historic backgrounds of Chinese Silver Dollar Coins

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