1999年第五版人民币一佰圆。遂色样张。另一张本次呈献的逐色样张。毛泽东于右，水印于左。鲜少在拍卖场上出现。此钞与发行版类近，正面印刷几乎相同，唯一分别在于序列号、多彩的团花居中及100面值。反面无发行钞的大楼图景，顶上的加盖及三个面值。反面亦有笔注。PMG标示"有裱贴痕迹"。 On September 1, 2019, the United States enacted new tariffs on collectors items of Chinese origin, including bullion and numismatic coins and banknotes. This lot was manufactured in China and was sourced from outside the United States for this auction after the tariffs were enacted. Accordingly, any client who wishes to take delivery of this item within the United States will be subject to a 7.5% import tariff plus a processing fee of 0.3464% (minimum $26.79 / maximum $519.76). Please note, this is not, and is not intended to be, a complete description of the applicable import tariffs and buyer remains fully liable for and agrees to promptly pay all tariffs and fees relating to the import of these items into the United States and neither the auctioneer nor any consignor will have any responsibility to pay any applicable tariffs or fees. Please consult your tax adviser with any questions.Furthermore, any lots subject to an import tariff will be shipped directly from our Hong Kong offices and shipments to the United States will be subject to our international shipping chart. CHINA--PEOPLES REPUBLIC. Peoples Bank of China. 100 Yuan, ND (1999). P-901pp. Progressive Proof. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63.Another progressive proof of the 1999 100 Yuan note, with Mao seen at right with watermark at left. This note closely resembles its issued counterpart, with the face printing found virtually identical, less the serial numbers and green "100" at bottom left, although it is embossed into the paper. The reverse, however, is missing the building and columns vignette, along with the overprint at top right, along with the three denominations found on the issued notes reverse. Found with annotations on the reverse. PMG comments "Previously Mounted."