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Hong Kong - Standard Chartered Bank 20 Dollars Banknote, 2014, P-297d, UNC

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Hong Kong 20 Dollar banknote from 2014, has a pick number of P-297d, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Mythological carp fish.

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    HONG297DU
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Category: Hong Kong
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The Hong Kong 20 Dollar banknote from 2014 is part of the 2010 - 2016 series. It was issued by the Standard Chartered Bank of Hong Kong with designs aiming to highlight the Chinese heritage and technology through inventions. The obverse side of the note depicts a mythological carp fish jumping out of the water along with the bank logo pattern in underprint and numeric 20 in SPARK. The reverse side features an ancient calculating tool known as the abacus, it was mainly used in China during the ancient centuries before the adoption of the written Arabic numeral system, and the binary code. The security features of the note include a Magenta-to-gold windowed security thread with demetalized HK20, a Bauhinia blakeana flower watermark, and electrotype 20 on a pixelated background. The note measures 144 x 72 mm.

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