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The Hong Kong 10 dollars banknote is part of the family notes issued in 1995 which features the new Standard Chartered Bank headquarters building on its reverse side. It also displays the Hong Kong Orchid Tree flower called Bauhinia blakeana instead of the Coat of Arms. This 138 x 69 banknote comes in uncirculated condition and bears a fancy serial number. On its obverse is a mythological carp fish which is jumping out of the water. This banknotes underprint shows the Standard Chartered Bank logo pattern. Additionally, it has a solid security thread and its watermark shows an Allegorical helmeted warrior head and SCB.