Japan Hansatsu 1 Momme - Silver Banknote, 1900s, Used, TAP Authenticated

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Serial Number: 01
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  • Watermark: None
  • Security Thread: No security thread

This Japanese hansatsu banknote was issued by the local landlord as a substitute for coins during the Edo era. This banknote was exchanged for one momme, which is equivalent to 3.75 g of silver. One side of the note features the Japanese god of fortune and wealth, Daikokuten, carrying an oversized sack of rice while standing in a barrel. The other side of the note features printed and handwritten Japanese Kanji script. The details of this note have been verified and TAP Authenticated by Banknote World experts.

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