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- For other uses, see Hui Shi.
The Huizi (traditional Chinese: 會子; simplified Chinese: 会子), issued in the year 1160, was the official banknote of the Chinese Southern Song Dynasty. It has the highest amount of issuance among various banknote types during the Song Dynasty.
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