Rare 500 Chinese Government Gold Loan of 1912 500 known as the "Crisp Loan" - PRICE ON REQUEST

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Rare 500 Chinese Government Gold Loan of 1912 500 known as the "Crisp Loan"  - PRICE ON REQUEST
Country: China
Years: 1912
500, 5% Uncancelled Gold Bond. This issue is known as the "Crisp Loan". 28 Coupons remain. Very Rare and in great demand. PRICE ON REQUEST.

The crisp Gold Loan of 1912 was originally for the sum of 10,000,000, but only 5,000,000. was issued. The loan was: " authorized on the 14th day of July, 1912, by the Premier and the Minister of Finance of the Government of the Republic of China and by special order dated 2nd day of September, 1912 of the President of the Republic of China duly notified on the 4th day of September, 1912, by the representative of the Chinese Government in London to His Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and on the 4th day of September, 1912, by the President of the Republic of China to the British Minister in Pekin." PRICE ON REQUEST The loan was floated by C. Burch, Crisp & Co. in London at 95% on behalf of the British & International Investment Trust, Ltd. Other financial institutions acting as agents for the loan were the British Bank of Foreign Trade, Lloyds Bank and the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. Bearer bonds were issued in the following denominations: 20, 100, 500, and 1,000.
Condition: Excellent
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