Sunday, July 28, 2013

Chinese Bonds dating from 1898 to 1940

It is fair to say that many of our favorite foreign bonds are the Chinese bonds dating from the late 19th Century to the 1940’s. They are appealing for their fascinating history as well as their impressive graphics. Of course, there has also been much speculation in these bonds due to the hope or anticipation that China would someday pay these old debts. There is no question that prices have risen rather dramatically and excitement in this field has grown. The Chinese have become more and more interested in their heritage in the form of coins, paper money, and recently in stocks and bonds. Such new interest as well as other speculation is likely to cause prices to escalate further.

We now have a very large inventory of Chinese bonds of the most popular types including the following…..

1898 Anglo-German Gold Loan
, £25, £50, £100.
1904-07 Chinese Imperial –
Shanghai-Nanking Railway Gold Loans, £100.
1908-10 Imperial Chinese Gov.,Tientsin-Pukow Rwy Loan, £20, £100. 3 Types.
1911 Imperial Chinese Government – Huquang Railway, £20, £100.
1912 Chinese Government Gold Loan, the “CRISP LOAN”, £20, £100, £500, £1,000.
1913 Chinese Republic, Lung-Tsing-U-Hai Railway Gold Loan, £20.
1913 Chinese Republic, Province of Petchili Gold Loan, £20.
1913 Chinese Government, “Reorganisation Gold Loan, £20, £100.
1925 Chinese Government Loan of £6,866.046,10/10. Skoda Loan II,
1937 “Liberty Bonds, $5, $10, $50, $100, $1,000 (and $10,000 which have not been on the market for several years as they are extremely rare).
1938 Republic of China, 27th Year, English face, Chinese back. $5, $10, $50, $100.
1940 Republic of China, 29th Year, Chinese face, English back. $5.

For more information visit our web site,, or call George LaBarre at 1-800-717-9529.

George H. LaBarre Galleries - Collectible Stocks and Bonds and Old Stocks and Bonds
A foreign antique stock and bond company.

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