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This Hong Kong 100 Dollar banknote was issued in January 2010 by the Standard Chartered Bank. It has designs aiming to pay tribute to Chinese heritage and technology through inventions. The obverse side of the note features a mythological horse with the bank logo pattern in underprint and numeric 100 in SPARK. The reverse side features a Sung script seal, an ancient style of writing Chinese characters, and a printed circuit. The note measures 154 x 77 mm and contains a magenta-to-gold windowed security thread with demetalized HK100 to enhance its security features. Placing the note under a UV light would reflect a Bauhinia blakeana flower watermark and electrotype 100 on a pixelated background.