Since the People’s Republic of China issued Renminbi, it has taken 71 years. With the development of economic construction and the needs of people’s lives, it has been gradually improved and improved. By 2020, five sets of Renminbi have been issued, forming banknotes and metal coins, ordinary commemorative coins, and A multi-variety and multi-series currency system such as precious metal commemorative coins. The legal currency of the People's Republic of China is the Renminbi, and the People's Bank of China is the country's competent authority for managing the Renminbi, responsible for the design, printing and issuance of the Renminbi. The unit of renminbi is yuan, and the unit of renminbi currency is jiao and cent. One yuan is equal to 10 jiao, and one jiao is equal to 10 points. The first letter of the Pinyin with the RMB symbol as Yuan is capitalized Y plus two horizontal lines, namely "¥".
The third set of RMB was issued by the People's Bank of China on April 20, 1962. The price is equal to the second set of renminbi, and mixed with it in the market. The six characters "People's Bank of China" in the banknotes were written by Mr. Ma Wenwei. The two seals on the ticket are the "Chapter of the President" and the "Chapter of the Vice President". The back of the banknote is printed with the words "People's Bank of China" written in Chinese Pinyin, Mongolian, Uyghur, Tibetan, and Zhuang. The third set of renminbi was issued on April 20, 1962, and it was suspended on July 1, 2000, which lasted 38 years. The fourth set of renminbi is a set of currencies issued by the People's Bank of China from April 27, 1987 to April 1, 1997, in order to adapt to the needs of economic development, further improve China's currency system, and facilitate circulation and transaction accounting. The fourth set of RMB has certain innovations and breakthroughs in design ideas, styles and printing techniques. The main scene pattern embodies the theme of building socialism with Chinese characteristics under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party.
The renminbi is my country’s legal tender. It has accompanied the People’s Republic of China through more than half a century of vicissitudes. It is a direct witness to the development of the People’s Republic of China. Its face design and printing process directly reflect the politics and economy of the People’s Republic of China. , Cultural and technological development and changes. Therefore, the renminbi has always been favored by collectors, and the renminbi collection team has become a major force in the collecting industry.