The Chinese Government 5% Reorganisation Gold Loan of 1913 (Russo-Asiatic Bank). 20£. With Form TFEL-2 dated 1941

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Bond of £20 (189,40 Rb or 505F) - Issued by Russo-Asiatic Bank.

With Form TFEL-2 dated 1941 ("bluebird")

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Issued by Russo-Asiatic Bank.

WITH FORM TFEL-2 "bluebird" attached: pasted on the bond at the top left the form TFEL-2 dated 1941, and illustrated with the portrait of John Marshall (1755-1835), American jurist and politician who gave an essential role in the creation and interpretation of the Constitution, giving the Supreme Court a central role, inspired by common law practices.

Similar to the freezing of terrorist assets in today's world, the U.S. attempted to prevent hostile interests from trading securities and thereby funding World War II efforts. That action also inadvertently blocked the securities of victims from those same countries. It turns out that TFEL-2 was a form that allowed friendly, non-hostile foreign nationals to trade American securities during the war. Quoting Chapter III, Assets in the United States, this curious form, TFEL-2, was attached to securities "if the owners could prove that they were free from any blocked interest.

With Russian stamp (small square stamp on the upper left side).

With 41 coupons.

Written in 4 languages (english, german, french and russian).

Conditions of the bonds at the back. 

Very large size: 33 x 45 cm

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Data sheet

Country
China
Theme
Loans
Design
Yes
Rare bonds
Yes
Condition
EF

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