As we all know, the collection of RMB has been recognized by many collectors as a stable and highly appreciated potential variety. Throughout the history of the issuance of the Chinese People's Currency, China has used five sets of RMB so far. The issuance and use of each set of RMB played an important role in the economy at that time. Therefore, each set of coins also imprinted the government at that time. It is not surprising that the development of governance, economy, culture, history and art has become a set of cultural treasures with abundant historical data value. In addition to historical precipitation, the renewal and replacement of the national currency policy and the scarcity of the number have led to the fact that each set of RMB has other high economic value besides its cultural and artistic value. Along the way, coins bear in mind history and the value of coins.
China's economic development has entered a historical period of rapid development, with unprecedented market activity and a substantial increase in the demand for currency circulation. In order to meet the needs of the development of reform and opening up and facilitate circulation and transaction accounting, China has issued the fourth set of RMB. This set of RMB has made innovations and breakthroughs in design ideas, artistic style, printing technology and anti-counterfeiting technology, reaching and approaching the advanced international level in the 1980s. The Fourth Set of Renminbi Denomination and Type
Since April 27, 1987, banknotes have been issued in 9 denominations, 14 editions, with a minimum denomination of 1 jiao and a maximum denomination of 100 yuan.
Since June 1, 1992, coins have been issued in three denominations, with a minimum denomination of 1 corner and a maximum denomination of 1 yuan.
On May 1, 2018, all but dime, dime and dollar coins ceased to circulate.
The fourth set of RMB notes has one version, two-yuan notes and five-yuan notes, three versions of one-yuan notes (1980 edition, 1990 edition and 1996 edition), two versions of two-yuan notes (1980 edition and 1990 edition), one version of five-yuan notes and ten-yuan notes, and two versions of 50-Yuan notes and 100-yuan notes (1980 edition and 1990 edition).
The People's Bank of China has issued the fourth set of RMB since April 27, 1987.
The fourth set of RMB has certain innovations and breakthroughs in design ideas, style and printing technology. The main picture embodies the theme of building socialism with Chinese characteristics under the leadership of the Communist Party of China.
In addition to the positive figures, the backside of the fourth set of Renminbi coins is based on China's famous mountains and rivers. The 100 yuan coupon is the main peak of Jinggang Mountain, the 50 yuan coupon is Hukou Waterfall of the Yellow River, the 10 yuan coupon is Mount Everest, the 5 yuan coupon is Wuxia of the Yangtze River, the 2 yuan coupon is Tianzhu of South Hainan, and the 1 yuan coupon is the Great Wall. These themes echo the positive ones and emphasize the theme together.