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.
In 1995 the Bank of Scotland changed the design of its banknotes to celebrate its 300th
Anniversary. A new portrait of Sir Walter Scott was chosen for the fronts and the backs made
reference to different Scottish industries.
We have a limited supply of the 1995 Bank of Scotland £5 notes (P119) all
with the first prefix for the issue AA. The £5 reverse celebrates the Oil and Energy industry.
Crisp Uncirculated and limited availability.
Crisp Uncirculated examples of the 500 pisos issued by the Philippines in 2014 (P210) The central
vignette is a dual portrait of Benigno S Aquino Jr and his wife Corazon Aquino. He was famously
assassinated at Manila Airport in 1983 after returning from a self imposed exile. This catapulted his
wife into the political sphere and she eventually became President herself. The pretty back shows a blue
naped parrot in the Puerto Princess Subterranean Park. Uncirculated