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The Hong Kong 10 Dollar banknote was issued by the Standard Chartered Bank in 1995. It comes in a combination of green, blue, red, and orange. Featured on its obverse is a mythological carp jumping out of the water. It also shows the bank logo pattern in the underprint. The reverse of the note features the Standard Chartered Bank headquarters building in the Central district of Hong Kong and a Bauhinia blakeana flower. The paper bill contains a solid security thread and a watermark that reveals an allegorical helmeted warrior and SCB. It is 138 x 69 mm in size and is in uncirculated condition. The banknote has a fancy serial number.