Hong Kong 10 Dollars, 1992, P-191c, Fancy Serial #, UNC

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Hong Kong 10 Dollar banknote from 1992, has a pick number of P-191c, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Crowned Coat of Arms, Lion Rampant and a Unicorn Rampant.

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The Hong Kong 10 dollars note is part of the series issued in 1992. This particular banknote comes in uncirculated condition and a fancy serial number. The obverse shows a crowned National Emblem, a lion rampant, and a unicorn rampant. It also bears a sailing ship and a Chinese junk. Centered on the reverse of the banknote is the 4th HSBC headquarters building in the Central District in Hongkong. Flanking the bank headquarters are two reclining lion statues. A modern freight ship as well as a Chinese junk is also visible on the banknotes reverse. This 139 x 69 mm paper money has a solid security thread and a watermark that shows a lions head in profile.