Japan 10 Yen Banknote, 1946 ND, P-79a, Used, TAP Authenticated

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    1147 637445
Serial Number: 1147 637445
Verified Security Features:
  • Dimensions: 142 x 81 mm
  • Watermark: 圓拾; tiled design
  • Security Thread: No security thread

The Japan 10 Yen banknote is part of the Provisional Shoshi series issued by the Bank of Japan in 1946. The obverse side of the note depicts a portrait of an 8th-century nobleman, Wake no Kiyomaro, with rosette and Japanese text on the left. The reverse side features the historic Goo Shrine in Kyoto with the red seal script visible only on the left side. The note does not contain any security threads, however a tiled design watermark is made visible under UV light. It is 142 x 81 mm in size. This particular note is in used condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.

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