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The Hong Kong - Standard Chartered Bank 10 Dollars Banknote is part of Standard Chartered Bank’s 1985 issues. The banknote has a color combination of green, blue, red, and orange. The reverse features the bank logo pattern in the underprint and a mythological carp fish jumping out of the water. The reverse depicts the old Standard Chartered Bank headquarters building in the Central District of Hong Kong. It also shows a lion rampant, a crowned coat of arms, and a unicorn rampant. It contains a solid security thread and a watermark that reveals an allegorical helmeted warrior’s head and SCB. The note is 138 x 69 mm in the size. This particular paper bill has been graded 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.