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UNL   7 Yen 50 Sen 6.12.1942 WWII DAITOA Savings Bond
(battleship; bomber airplanes; tank; flags)
  [Picture & Info]
UNL   10 Yen 22.10.1942 WWII Japan DAITOA War
Discounted Treasury Bond (battleship; airplane; tank)
  [Picture & Info]
UNL   15 Yen 6.12.1942 WWII DAITOA Savings Bond
(battleship; bomber airplanes; tank; flags)
  [Picture & Info]
JP-26   1 Yen (1889) (Takeuchi no Sukune; One Yen coin)   [Picture & Info]
JP-30   1 Yen (1916) (Takeuchi no Sukune; One Yen coin)   [Picture & Info]
JP-36   10 Yen (1915) (Wakeno Kiyomaro; Goou Jinja Shrine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-39   5 Yen (1930) (Sugawara no Michizane; Kitano Shrine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-40   10 Yen (1930) (Wakeno Kiyomaro; Gooh Jinja Shrine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-43   5 Yen (1942) (Sugawara no Michizane; Kitano Shrine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-44   200 Yen (1945) (Danzon Shrine; Fujiwara Kamatari)   [Picture & Info]
JP-50   5 Yen (1943) (Sugawara Michizane; Kitano Tenmangu)   [Picture & Info]
JP-51   10 Yen (1943-44) (Wakeno Kiyomaro; Goou Jinja Shrine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-52   5 Sen (1944) (Equestrian statue - horseman)   [Picture & Info]
JP-53   10 Sen (1944) (Tower monument; sunshine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-54   1 Yen (1944) (Takeuchi Sukune; Ube Shrine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-56   10 Yen (1944-45) (Wakeno Kiyomaro; Gooh Jinja Shrine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-57   100 Yen (1944) (Shotoku-taishi, Yumedono)   [Obverse] [Reverse]
JP-58   50 Sen 1938 (Fujiyama; sunshine; cherry blossoms)   [Picture & Info]
JP-59a   50 Sen 1942 (Showa 17) (Yasukuni Shrine; mountains)   [Picture & Info]
JP-59b   50 Sen 1943 (Showa 18) (Yasukuni Shrine; mountains)   [Picture & Info]
JP-59c   50 Sen 1944 (Showa 19) (Yasukuni Shrine; mountains)   [Picture & Info]
JP-60   50 Sen 1945 (Yasukuni Shrine; Mount Asahi in Hokkaido)   [Picture & Info]
JP-61   50 Sen 1948 (Itagaki Taisuke; Diet Building)   [Picture & Info]
JP-63   10 Sen (1945) (Allied Military currency)   [Picture & Info]
JP-65   50 Sen (1945) (Allied Military currency)   [Picture & Info]
JP-67a   1 Yen (1945) (Allied Military currency)   [Picture & Info]
JP-69a   5 Yen (1945) (Allied Military currency)   [Picture & Info]
JP-71   10 Yen (1945) WWII Allied Military Currency   [Picture & Info]
JP-77   10 Yen (1945) (Wake no Kiyomaro; Goou Shrine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-78   100 Yen (1945) (Shotoku-taishi; Horyu-ji Temple)   [Picture & Info]
JP-79   10 Yen (1946) (Wake no Kiyomaro; Gooh Jinja Shrine)   [Picture & Info]
JP-83   5 Sen (1948) (Plum blossoms)   [Picture & Info]
JP-84   10 Sen (1947) (Doves; Diet Building)   [Picture & Info]
JP-85   1 Yen (1946) (Cockerel; Ninomiya Sontoku)   [Picture & Info]
JP-86   5 Yen (1946)   [Picture & Info]
JP-87   10 Yen (1946) (Diet Building)   [Picture & Info]
JP-88   50 Yen (1951) (Takahashi Korekiyo; Bank of Japan)   [Picture & Info]
JP-89   100 Yen (1946) (Shotoku-taishi, Horyuji Temple)   [Obverse] [Reverse]
JP-90   100 Yen (1953) (Itagaki Taisuke; Diet Building)   [Picture & Info]
JP-91   500 Yen (1951) (Iwakura Tomomi; Mount Fuji-san)   [Picture & Info]
JP-92   1000 Yen (1950) (Shotoku-taishi; Yumedono Pavilion)   [Picture & Info]
JP-93   5000 Yen (1957) (Shotoku-taishi; Bank of Japan)   [Picture & Info]
JP-94   10000 Yen (1958) (Shotoku-taishi)   [Picture & Info]
JP-95   500 Yen (1969) (Tomomi Iwakura; Mt. Fujiyama-san)   [Picture & Info]
JP-96   1000 Yen (1963) (Prince Hirobumi Ito; Bank of Japan)   [Picture & Info]
JP-97   1000 Yen (1984-93) (Natsume, Manchurian cranes)   [Obverse & Reverse]
JP-98   5000 Yen (1984-93) (Inazo Nitobe (1862-1933), a
Meiji era educator, Mount Fuji; Lake Motosu in
Yamanashi Prefecture)
  [Obverse] [Reverse]
JP-99   10.000 Yen (1984-93) (Yukichi Fukuzawa, pheasants)   [Obverse] [Reverse]
JP-100   1000 Yen (1993) (Natsume, Manchurian cranes)   [Obverse & Reverse]
JP-101   5000 Yen (1993) (Inazo Nitobe (1862-1933), a
Meiji era educator, Mount Fuji; Lake Motosu in
Yamanashi Prefecture)
  [Obverse] [Reverse]
JP-102   10.000 Yen (1993) (Yukichi Fukuzawa, pheasants)   [Obverse] [Reverse]
JP-103   2000 Yen (2000) (Shureimon Gate; Genji Monogatari)   [Picture & Info]
JP-104   1000 Yen (2003) (Bacteriologist Hideo Noguchi; Mt. Fuji)   [Picture & Info]
JP-105   5000 Yen (2003) (Novelist Ichiyo Higuchi; Irises)   [Picture & Info]
JP-106   10000 Yen (2004) (Yukichi Fukuzawa; Byodoin Phoenix)   [Picture & Info]
                 
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