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Japan 10 Yen (1930)

Item Code: JP-40

Obverse: Imperial Seal of Japan (kikukamon) - a stylised chrysanthemum blossom. Kiji, the Green Pheasant (Phasianus versicolor), Japan's national bird. Wake no Kiyomaro (733 - 799). Reverse: Goou (Gooh) Jinja Shinto tutelary shrine, Kyoto where Wake no Kiyomaro was enshrined as Chinju (Tutelary Deity of Land). Sun symbol. Watermark: Japanese Kanji characters. Colours: Black, brown and olive-green. Signatures: Imperial Treasury red signature seals. Artist: Unknown. Issuer: Bank of Japan (Nippon Ginko). Date of first issue: 1930. Withdrawn: Unknown. Material: Cotton paper. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Printing Bureau of the Japanese Imperial Government (Dainihonteikoku seifunaikaku insatsukyoku seizou).
 

 
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Dimensions: 143 x 81 mm
 

Texts: Nippon Ginko Da Kan Gin Ken. This banknote can be exchanged to ten yen gold coin. Kono ken hikikae
ni kinka ju en aiwatari ka moushi sourou. Ten Yen.

 
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