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South Viet Nam 100 Dong (1960)

Item Code: VNS-18

Obverse: Lower House Assembly of South Vietnam (1956-1975), Saigon Opera House (pre-1956), now Municipal Theatre of
Ho Chi Minh City. Mythical vietnamese lion symbolising Ma Ln (Lion Dance). Multiple mini dragons within the design of the
note. Reverse: Dong Cam Dam on Da Rang river 30 km from Tuy Hoa city. Watermark: Clumping bamboo.
Signatures: Nguyen Van Dong (Chief Inspector - Tong-Kiem-Tra); Tu Van Quy (Thu-Quy Trung-Uong). Dominant colour: Brown.
Security thread:
Vertical, solid, 1/2 mm wide. Issuer: National Bank of Viet-Nam. Date of First Issue: 24 October 1960.
Artist: Unknown. Legal
tender: No. Date of withdrawal: 22 September 1975. Material: Cotton paper.
Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Company Limited.
 

 
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Dimensions: 158 x 77 mm
 

Texts: Ngan-Hang Quoc-Gia Viet-Nam. Mot Tram Dong. One Hundred Dong. Hinh luat phat kho-sai nhung ke nao gia-mao
giay bac do Ngan-Hang Quoc-Gia Viet-Nam phat ra.

 
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