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14 February 2012

Hong Kong - Standard Chartered Bank 2010 Issue

Twenty Dollars, Dated 1.1.2010 (Release 11.1.2012) PNL
 Reverse
Fifty Dollars, Dated 1.1.2010 (Released 22.11.2011) PNL
Reverse
One Hundred Dollars, Dated 1.1.2010 (Released 22.11.2011) PNL
Reverse

Five Hundred Dollars, Dated 1.1.2010 (Released 22.2.2011) P299Reverse
One Thousand Dollars, Dated 1.1.2010 (Release 7.12.2010) P300Reverse

4 comments:

  1. This Chinese cash in the banknote looks like a Kai Yuan 1 cash cir.618-907 AD. One of the longest design used in a single type of money.
    Nice and expensive banknote, haha.
    Thanks alot for sharing.

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  2. Hi WhyCollect

    Interesting and thanks for sharing. All I know is a cash coin from the Tang Dynasty, like it says on the note LOL!.

    Cheers

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  3. Hi Anonymous 7:20AM,

    Credits should be given to the designers.

    Cheers

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