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  1. I'm 99% certain this is a Japanese 100 Yen, but I can't find this exact design anywhere on the internet! I'm guessing it's somewhere between 1930 and 1945, but I haven't a clue. Your help is appreciated
  2. The last Showa coins: 1 Yen, 5 Yen, 10 Yen and 500 Yen.
  3. Hi everyone, recently I was confused when I did some research about Manchukuo patterns. Firstly, I found two samples of "Shizuo"(试作) with a Confucius face on the obverse. Both of them have a "3" on the other side. What is that suppose to mean? Does it suggests that there are 1 and 2 exsist? Secondly, This 1 Yuan pattern listed in 旧満洲国貨幣図鑑 by 松宝庵 菅谷信 was weird. Hanyu Pinyin was created in 1950s. Why did it appeared in Manchukuo? Best wishes LoveBeijing
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