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Japan 1000 Yen (1993-2004)

Item Code: JP-100B

Obverse: Japanese novelist Natsume Soseki (Natsume Kinnosuke) (1867 - 1916). Bank symbol. Reverse: Two Manchurian cranes,
Red-crowned crane (Grus japonensis) dancing. Sun symbol - Bank of Japan logo seal. Watermark: Natsume Soseki (pen name). Tactile
mark. Security features: Running serial numbers. Front signature seal fluoresces under ultraviolet light. Predominant colour: Blue.
Signatures: Red signature seals. Security thread: N/a. Printing method: Intaglio. Artist: Pending. Issuer: Bank of Japan (Nippon
Ginko). Date of issue: 1 November 1984. Ceased issue: 2 April 2007. Redeemable: Yes. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: National
Printing Bureau, Ministry iof Finance, Japan.
 

 
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Dimensions: 150 x 76 mm
 

Texts: Nippon Ginko. Sen En. One Thousand Yen.

 
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