Both sides are gravure printed with offset printing shading. The front is a picture of Baota Mountain in blue; the back is the national emblem and the Chinese, Mongolian, Tibetan and Uighur characters of “People’s Bank of China, Two Yuan” in blue; a hollow five-pointed star. watermark. The banknote was issued on March 1, 1955, and has only been accepted but not paid since December 1976. It ceased circulation on January 1, 1999. The number is a three-character ahead and a seven-digit number. Ticket size is 155 × 70 mm (6.1 × 2.76 inches).
The front is a picture of tractor, offset printed on a light grass green background, with shading, and gravure printed in brown and yellow tones
Front: National emblem and country name. Reverse: ears of wheat, denomination and year number
Both sides are gravure printed with offset printing shading. The front is a picture of Tiananmen in red;