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Early paper money, China, Song Dynasty scan from 《社会历史博物馆》 ISBN 7-5347-1397-8

北宋交子 jiaozi, Northern Song Dynasty

The text reads: 除四川外許於諸路州縣公私從便主管並同見錢七百七十陌流轉行使, which essentially means that except in Sichuan, the bill may be used in the stead of 77,000 wen of metal coinage.

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