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Laos 100 Kip (1957)

Item Code: LA-6

Front: King Sisavang Phoulivong or Sisavang Vong (1885-1959) of Luang Phrabang Kingdom and Kingdom of Laos. Tricephalic
elephant arms featuring Airavata (Erawan, Airăvana). The Book of the Constitution on top of two Royal chalice vessels. Four
dragon-like Naga serpents. Decorated portico columns. Reverse: Haw Phra Kaew (Ho Phra Keo), the Temple of the Emerald
Buddha in Vientiane, Laos (on Setthathirath Road, across the street from Wat Si Saket), once King's personal Buddhist temple
and one of the Vientiane’s oldest surviving temples (built in the XVI century), now a museum and a small shop. Young Lao
woman holding a bowl of roses. Watermark: Royal emblem - Tricephalic elephant arms featuring Airavata (Erawan, Airăvana).
Security features: Consecutively running horizontal serial number and series on the obverse of the banknote. Main colours:
Multicolored. Artist: Unknown. Signatures: Phong Panga / Phony Panya / Pampa (Le Gouverneur); Unknown (Un Censeur).
Printing method: Intaglio (raised print). Issuer: National Bank of Laos. Date of Issue: 1957. Date of withdrawal: 1962.
Lapse: N/a. Legal tender: No. Total issue: Pending. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Banque de France.

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Dimensions: 171 x 109 mm

Texts: Banque Nationale du Laos. Cent Kip. One Hundred Kip. Le contrefacteur sera puni conformément a la loi.

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