300 Piece Chinese Joss Paper Collection in 3 Designs: Hell Bank Notes for Funerals, the Qingming Fes
- 300 sheets of traditional Chinese joss paper money appropriate for funerals, ancestor birthdays and holidays like the Qingming Festival and the Hungry Ghost Festival.
- 3 beautiful designs printed to resemble the U.S. Dollar (150 sheets), the Chinese Yuan (75 sheets) and the Bank of Heaven and Earth (75 sheets).
- Buy with confidence! Multiple designs save you time and unnecessary trips to the store.
- Each collection includes a guide that explains the role of joss paper in Chinese culture.
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Honor Family with a Traditional Custom.
The Chinese burn joss paper to send family members money and material goods in the afterlife. It's common to see joss paper burned at funerals, on ancestor birthdays and during important holidays like the Qingming Festival and the Hungry Ghost Festival.
This collection contains 300 sheets of joss paper "spirit money" in 3 designs including:
- 150 sheets printed to resemble the U.S. Dollar decorated with an image of the Jade Emperor in 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 5,000 and 10,000 dollar denominations. Each sheet measures 2.5 by 6 inches.
- 75 sheets printed to resemble the Chinese Yuan decorated with an image of the Jade Emperor in 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 yuan denominations. Each sheet measures 3 x 7 inches.
- 75 sheets printed from the traditional Bank of Heaven and Earth decorated with an image of the Jade Emperor in a 50,000,000 dollar denomination. Each sheet measures 3 x 7 inches.
The Chinese believe that a joss paper offering is conveyed into the spirit world through the fire's smoke. In today's modern world, caring for ancestors in the afterlife is a poignant way to pay respect for one's elders and departed family members.
Please note: Joss paper money is not legal tender currency issued by any bank or government institution and holds no cash value.