At this time on March 1, 1953, my country officially issued a one-cent banknote; the 1953 version of the banknote is a "trombone cent coin", which is composed of Roman numerals and Arabic numerals! Later in the 1980s, due to the very tight supply of aluminum building materials in China at that time, the production of aluminum coins was also greatly restricted. In order to solve the problem of insufficient supply of coins in the market, the country again produced penny notes. , This is the one-cent paper money produced in 1981, which is different from the paper money of the 53rd edition. The one-cent paper money of 1981 has no Arabic numerals, only 3 Roman numerals;
Different years have different values. The 53rd edition of banknotes is consideredThe banknotes issued for the first time in Chinese history have profound meaning; in fact, although the trombone cents of 53 years old were printed in 53 years, they were actually put into use in the market in 55 years and were used until 2007. Officially stop circulation, and its useful life is as long as 52 years;
Because it has been in circulation for a very long time, the loss is very large in the process of use; now there are very few in the market, so the value of the one-cent banknote of the 53 edition is very high, the current 53 edition of the ordinary trombone One penny can cost the current 100 yuan; specialized coin merchants in the market also buy more than 150 yuan; and some trombone pennies with particularly good appearance are quite expensive.; If the quantity is large, the money will be exchanged even more!
A good-looking trombone is divided into 100 sheets The price is more than 15,000; and if the price of a trombone for two cents is more than 30,000 yuan, a trombone for five cents will be more expensive;
The 1981 version of a penny is not so valuable, and basically no one wants to recycle it; therefore, it must be when collecting a penny Observe yourself, as if there are Arabic numerals and Roman numerals added together is the "trombone cents", This is valuable; and only the "cornet cents" with Roman numerals is of no value, do you understand now?