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South Viet Nam 100 Dong (1966)

Item Code: VNS-19B

Front: Effigy of General Lê Văn Duyêt (1763-1832). Ornamental guilloche pattern and denomination rosettes. Back: Lê Văn Duyêt Temple near Saigon (now Ho-Chi-Minh). Palm trees. Watermark: Portrait of Le Van Duyet. Signatures: Nguyen Van Dong (Chief Inspector - Tông Kiêm-Soát); Lu'u Vinh Luong (Director of Issuing Department - Giám-Dôc Só Phát-Hành). Main colour: Red. Security features: Running serial numbers and series in black ink on the front of the banknote. Vertical, solid, embedded security thread, 1/2 mm wide. Issuer: National Bank of Viet-Nam (Ngân-Hàng Quôc-Gia Viêt Nam). Date of Issue: 1966. Date of withdrawal: 22 September 1975. Artist: Unknown. Legal tender: No. Total emission: Unknown. Material: Cotton fiber paper. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Company Limited.

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Dimensions: 147 x 73 mm

Texts: Ngan-Hang Quoc-Gia Viet-Nam. Môt Trăm Dông. One Hundred Dong. Hinh luat phat kho-sai nhung ke nao gia-mao
giay bac do Ngan-Hang Quoc-Gia Viet-Nam phat ra. Criminal law centences to penal labor for counterfeiting
paper money issued by the National Bank of Vietnam.

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