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Hong Kong 10 Dollars Banknote, 1992, P-191c, Radar #, 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.

  • SKU:
    HONG191CU-3313
  • Variety:
    UNC
Category: Banknotes
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The Hong Kong 10 dollars banknote is part of the family of notes issued in 1992 depicting the 4th HSBC headquarters building. This particular banknote comes in uncirculated condition. It also has a radar serial number which means it reads the same forward and backwards. This 138 x 69 mm paper money features on its obverse a lion rampant, a crowned National Emblem, and a unicorn rampant. It also shows a sailing ship and a Chinese junk. Centered on the back of the note is the 4th HSBC headquarters building situated in the Central District. Flanking the headquarters edifice are two reclining lion statues. Additionally, the banknote displays a Chinese junk and a modern freight ship. Its security features include a lions head in profile watermark and a solid security thread.