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Burma Japanese Occupation 10 Rupees P16c F-VF

In the countries Japan occupied during the Second World War, a special currency was issued denominated in the currency of the country before the occupation. In the case of Burma these Japanese Government headed notes were denominated in rupees. We offer examples of the 10 rupees issued for Burma (P16) The design was simple with a vignette of temples on the front and a panel of engraving on the back. Available here in F-VF.
£3.00

Burma Japanese Occupation Half Rupee (1942) P13b Unc

Burma Japanese Occupation Half Rupee nd (1942) P13b Green on cream Temples/Design Unc
£1.75

Japan 10 & 50 Sen P61/84 EF and Better Pair

A pair of small denomination notes issued by Japan in 1947-8. Both are quite small. The first is the 1947 10 sen which has doves in flight as the vignette on the front and a view of the Japanese Parliament on the back. (P84) The 50 sen has a portrait of a man with impressive beard and moustache on the front and a design on the back (P61) Both notes are in EF and better condition.
£4.25

Japan 10 Sen Nd (1947) P84 GEF/Unc

Japan 10 sen P84 Black & purple Tower monument at l/ Purple simple design GEF/Unc
£3.75

Japan 10 Yen nd(1930) PM40 AU

Issued by Japan in 1930 these 10 yen notes are in Choice Uncirculated. Densely engraved the front has a portrait of Wakano Kiyomano on the front and a view of the entrance to a building framed by trees on the back.
£14.50

Japan 100 yen nd P90c Unc

Japan 100 yen nd (1953) P90c) Brown on cream. Man with beard in frame at r/ View of Parliament building Unc
£4.75