This is a $100 note issued by The Hongkong Banking Corporation on 1934 (during 2nd world war). If you are a Hong Kong notes collector, you will know it is issued by force by Japanese army. And after that Japanese army forced all Hong Kong people to change all there Hong Kong notes to Japan army notes. The exchange rate is $400 to $100 army notes. You can keep your money but lost your life. So, it is hard to find such notes during these 2nd world war. People took a extra risk to keep this note. It is worth to collect. The note still with very good condition. I grade it FINE only with 4 holes and two folds.
Size : 118 x 194 mm (Very big)
Now is time to buy because the market price already reduced to a low level. Before this note cost much higher.
Buyer pays $5 for worldwide register airmail with excellent packing.
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Latest update : 2017/07/16
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