Japan - Bank of Japan
1916 Convertible Silver Note Issue 1 Yen

1916 Convertible Silver Note Issue

1916 Convertible Silver Note Issue

Specifications

Year/Issue: 1916

Denomination: 1 Yen

Design

Face Color: Black on light orange underprint.

Face Type: Portrait #1 at right. 1 yen coin at center. Western character serial #.

Back Type: 1 yen coin at left.

Numismatic specification data and valuation estimates provided by Active Interest Media’s NumisMaster.
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30c Bank of Japan
1916 Convertible Silver Note Issue
1 Yen
Block #300 and higher.
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30s Bank of Japan
1916 Convertible Silver Note Issue
1 Yen
As a, b or c. Small vermilion stamps: Mi-hon. Regular serial #.
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30a Bank of Japan
1916 Convertible Silver Note Issue
1 Yen
Block # below 200.
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30b Bank of Japan
1916 Convertible Silver Note Issue
1 Yen
Block #200-299.
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* FV = Face Value

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