Japan banknotes collection online

Establishment of the National Bank and issue of banknotes

The new Meiji government had the task of establishing a banking system to sort out feudal notes and government banknotes and to create a financial institution to replace exchange companies. Therefore, when enacting the National Bank Ordinance in 1872, the government ordered an American printing company (the Continental Bank Note Company) to produce banknotes worth a total of 15 million yen, prior to the ordinance being denounced. did. The banknotes arriving from the United States were reprinted with the bank's name, address, and manager's name by the Banknote Bureau (later known as the Banknote Bureau). These are old National Bank notes. These old national bank notes were issued by distributing banknotes according to the capital of each newly established national bank. At that time, Japan's National Bank was not a state-owned bank in other countries, but a private, joint-stock bank established under national law. National banks were required to have a capital of 50,000 yen or more, and in exchange for being allowed to issue banknotes, they were also obligated to convert them into specie. ) The establishment of the 153rd Bank in Kyoto was the last.

Note: “Capital” is in thousands of yen.

"Continuing bank name" was created using materials from the Yamanashi Central Bank Financial Museum. As of January 2007

Bank name

location

capital

boat

Continuing bank name

Bank name

location

capital

Denomination

Continuing bank name

1st bank

Kabutocho, Tokyo

1500

Mizuho Bank

38th Bank

Tatsuno-cho, Himeji City

250

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

2nd bank

3-chome Honmachi, Yokohama City

450

Yokohama Bank

39th bank

Maebashi City Honmachi

350

new

gunma bank

3rd bank

Kobune-cho, Tokyo

300

Yangxin

Mizuho Bank

40th bank

Tanikoshi-cho, Tatebayashi City

150

new

Mizuho Bank

4th bank

Niigata City Higashihorimae Dori

300

The Daishi Bank

41st Bank

3-chome, Wacho, Tochigi Prefecture

200

new

Mizuho Bank

5th bank

Osaka City Uribori Kitadori

300

Iffl

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

42nd Bank

Edobori Minamidori, Osaka City

200

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

6th bank

Honmachi 7-chome, Fukushima City

250

old new

Mizuho Bank

43rd Bank

Wakayama City Nakaten Nakamachi

200

new

Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Kiyo Nanto

7th bank

Tanezaki-cho, Kochi City

140

old new

Shikoku Bank

44th bank

Shinizumicho, Tokyo

700

new

Mizuho Bank

8th bank

Toyohashi City Honmachi

150

Return

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

45th bank

Hamacho 2-chome, Tokyo

100

new

(Disbanded at the end of business on October 31, 1898)

9th bank

Kumamoto City Shin-Furukawa Town

100

old new

Mizuho Bank

46th bank

Tajimi Town, Gifu Prefecture

50

new

10th bank

Tokiwa Town, Kofu City

250

old new

Yamanashi Chuo Bank

47th bank

Yahatajuku, Chiba Prefecture

95

new

Hokuriku Bank

11th bank

Chayamachi, Nagoya City

200

old new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

48th Bank

Akita City Jomachi

50

new

Akita Bank

12th bank

Shimodai-cho, Kanazawa City

200

IBi

Hokuriku Bank

49th bank

Tamakura-cho, Kyoto City

200

new

Mizuho Bank

13th bank

Imabashi 2-chome, Osaka City

500

old new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

50th bank

Tsuchiura Town, Ibaraki Prefecture

100

new

Joyo Bank

14th bank

Matsumoto City Fukashi Town

100

IBi

51st Bank

Kishiwada City Honmachi

100

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

15th bank

Kobikicho, Tokyo

17826

old new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

52nd Bank

Matsuyama City Kamiyacho

70

new

Iyo Bank

16th bank

Matsuo-cho, Gifu City

100

old new

+Roku Bank

53rd Bank

Tsuwano Town, Shimane Prefecture

80

new

Sanin Godo Bank

17th bank

Hashimotocho, Fukuoka City

200

IBI

Fukuoka Bank

54th Bank

Kawawara-cho, Numazu City

70

new

Shizuoka Bank

18th bank

Higashihama-cho, Nagasaki City

250

Irin

Eighteenth Bank

55th Bank

Izushi Town, Hyogo Prefecture

50

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

19th bank

Ueda City

150

I

Hachijuni Bank

56th Bank

Akashi City Nishihonmachi

50

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

20th bank

Minami Kayabacho, Tokyo

250

IBi

Mizuho Bank

57th Bank

Takefu Town, Fukui Prefecture

50

new

Hokuriku Bank

21st Bank

Nagahama City Kobe Town

100

IBi

Shiga Bank

58th Bank

Kitahorie, Osaka City

120

new

Mizuho Bank

22nd Bank

Funagaricho, Okayama City

200

IB new

Mizuho Bank

59th Bank

Honmachi, Hirosaki City

200

new

Aomori Bank ・

23rd Bank

Oita Town, Oita City

200

I deception

Oita Bank

60th bank

Kobune-cho, Tokyo

250

new

(Disbanded at the end of 1898)

24th bank

Iiyama Town, Nagano Prefecture

80

Return

(Meiji 15.8 Official Chain Store)

61st Bank

Katahara-cho, Kurume City

100

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

25th Bank

Obama Town, Fukui Prefecture

130

IB new

Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ • Fukui Bank

62nd Bank

Shimohonmachi, Mito City

100

new

Joyo Bank

26th Bank

Doshomachi, Osaka City

300

(Meiji 16.11 Official Chain Store)

63rd bank

Matsushiro Town, Nagano Prefecture

100

new

Hachijuni Bank

27th Bank

Honzaimokucho, Tokyo City

250

old new

64th bank

Sakamoto-cho, Otsu City

500

new

28th Bank

Hamamatsu City Demmacho

200

slag

Shizuoka Bank

65th Bank

Motoumachi, Tottori City

70

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

29th Bank

Uwajima Town, Ehime Prefecture

100

Iyo Bank

66th bank

Onomichi Town, Hiroshima Prefecture

180

new

Hiroshima Bank

30th bank

Echizenbori, Tokyo

250

I deception

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

6th Bank

Tsuruoka Town, Yamagata Prefecture

80

new

Shonai Bank

31st Bank

Omachi, Wakamatsu City

100

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

68th bank

Koriyama Town, Nara Prefecture

80

new

Nanto Bank

32nd Bank

Osaka City Kitahama 4-chome

300

Return

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

69th bank

Nagaoka Town, Niigata Prefecture

50

new

Hokuetsu Bank

33rd Bank

Shinemoncho, Tokyo

200

new

(Meiji 25.5 Official Chain Store)

F0 Bank

Yodo Town, Kyoto Prefecture

50

new

34th Bank

Komaibashi, Osaka City

200

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

71st Bank

Murakami Town, Niigata Prefecture

100

new

The Daishi Bank

35th Bank

Honmachi 2-chome, Shizuoka City

70

new

Shizuoka Bank

Second Bank

Honmachi 6-chome, Sakata City

80

new

36th Bank

Yokoyamajuku, Hachioji City

100

new

Mizuho Bank

73rd Bank

Hyogo prefecture priest

140

new

3rd Bank

Kochi City Hondori

150

new

Shikoku Bank

F4 Bank

Minami-nakadori, Yokohama City

400

new

Yokohama Bank

-Ho location

capital

doubt

Continuing bank name

Bank name

location

capital

ticket platform

Continuing bank name

Shimotsumi-cho, Kousawa City

50

new

(Merged into Tokyo 4th + 5th in 1987)

115th Bank

Kameyama Town, Mie Prefecture

70

new

Takasu Town, Gifu Prefecture

200

new

Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank

116th Bank

Shibata Town, Niigata Prefecture

150

new

The Daishi Bank

Omachi, Sendai City

250

new

77 bank

117th Bank

Iida Town, Nagano Prefecture

110

new

Hachijuni Bank

Third silver?

Nakatsu Town, Oita Prefecture

80

new

118th Bank

Kitashinbori-cho, Tokyo

100

new

Mizuho Bank

Part 8 Awakening 1 No.

Minamida-cho, Matsue City

200

new

119th Bank

Kyobashi Izumocho, Tokyo City

300

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

A 9th sin [

Nounincho, Kochi City

100

new

Shikoku Bank

120th Bank

Koga Town, Ibaraki Prefecture

100

new

Nanokamachi, Yamagata Prefecture

130

new

Yamagata Bank

121st Bank

Kitahorie, Osaka City

200

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

Ezaki-cho, Tottori City

200

new

Mizuho Bank

122nd Bank

Kuwana Town, Mie Prefecture

150

new

Ueno Nakamachi, Futagawa Prefecture

50

new

Hyakugo Bank

123rd Bank

Nakamachi, Toyama City

80

new

Hokuriku Bank

No. 1

Daishoji Town, Ishikawa Prefecture

90

new

Mizuho Bank

124th Bank

Shimmitsuke Village, Shizuoka Prefecture

50

new

Shizuoka Bank

Minami-cho, Kawagoe City

200

new

Resona Bank

125th Bank

Yamagata Prefectural Town

80

new

Yamagata Bank

Younger brother Mena 1 8th magnetic line

Takahashi Town, Okayama Prefecture

80

new

bank of china

126th Bank

Azuchi-cho, Osaka City

200

new

(Meiji 15.11 Official Chain Store)

empty 8f bank

Oaza, Kokura-machi, Buzen Province

160

new

Mizuho Bank

12th Bank

Marugame Town, Kagawa Prefecture

150

new

Shikoku Bank

Kaya 88 Bank

Ichinoseki Village, Iwate Prefecture

50

new

Iwate Bank

128th Bank

Yawata Town, Gifu Prefecture

50

new

Juroku Bank

Difficult 9 banks

Senba-cho, Tokushima City

260

new

129th Bank

Tawaramachi, Ogaki City

70

new

Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank

90th bank

Morioka City Gofukumachi

50

new

Iwate Bank

130th Bank

Komaibashi, Osaka City

250

new

Mizuho Bank

91st Bank

Sakaeda Nakamachi, Fukui City

50

new

Hokuriku Bank

131st Bank

Oba Ichiban Village, Osaka Prefecture

60

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

92nd Bank

Sakura Kamimachi, Fukui City

200

new

132nd Bank

Hodogaya Town, Kanagawa Prefecture

70

new

93rd Bank

Miharu Town, Fukushima Prefecture

120

new

Toho Bank

133rd Bank

Hikone Town, Shiga Prefecture

100

new

Shiga Bank

94th bank

Tatsuno Town, Hyogo Prefecture

50

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

134th Bank

Izumi-cho, Nagoya City

300

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

95th Bank

Horidome-cho, Tokyo

200

new

135th Bank

Uto Town, Kumamoto Prefecture

80

new

Higo Bank

96th Bank

Yanagawa Town, Fukuoka Prefecture

80

new

Fukuoka Bank

136th Bank

Handa Town, Aichi Prefecture

170

new

Mizuho Bank

97th Bank

Ogi Town, Saga Prefecture

90

new

(Disbanded on business expiration date, 2012)

13th Bank

Sasayama Town, Hyogo Prefecture

50

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

98th Bank

Chiba

120

new

Chiba Bank

138th Bank

Futamata Village, Shizuoka Prefecture

150

new

Shizuoka Bank

99th bank

Hirado Village, Nagasaki Prefecture

70

new

Shinwa Bank

139th Bank

Takada Town, Niigata Prefecture

350

new

The Daishi Bank

100th bank

Yomcho, Tokyo

200

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

140th Bank

Tokamachi, Yamagata City

100

new

Shonai Bank

system 01 bank

Yanagawa Town, Fukushima Prefecture

110

new

141st Bank

Saijo Town, Ehime Prefecture

50

new

Hiroshima Bank

102nd Bank

Izuhara Village, Nagasaki Prefecture

50

new

142nd Bank

Choshi City Aranocho

50

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

103rd Bank

Iwata Village, Yamaguchi Prefecture

80

new

(Disbanded at the end of business on 1891)

143rd Bank

Intaka District, Chiba Prefecture

100

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

104th Bank

Mito City Kamiichi Izumi-cho

120

new

Joyo Bank

144th Bank

Hohi Town, Miyazaki Prefecture

50

new

105th Bank

Sawanokami-cho, Tsu City

80

new

Hyakugo Bank

145th Bank

Nobeoka Town, Miyazaki Prefecture

50

new

Miyazaki Bank

106th Bank

Saga City Kitahori Hana-cho

300

new

Sumitomo Mitsui Saga Bank

146th Bank

Hatamayacho, Hiroshima City

80

new

Hiroshima Bank

107th Bank

Honmachi 6-chome, Fukushima City

350

new

147th Bank

Tsukimachi, Kagoshima Prefecture

400

new

Kagoshima Bank

108th Bank

Sukagawa Town, Fukushima Prefecture

50

new

(Meiji 16.4 Official Chain Store)

148th Bank

Karamonocho, Osaka City

200

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

109th Bank

Saeki Town, Oita Prefecture

60

new

Oita Bank

149th Bank

Junmachi, Hakodate City

130

new

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

110th Bank

Yoneya-cho, Yamaguchi Prefecture

600

new

Yamaguchi Bank

150th bank

Hachinohe Town, Aomori Prefecture

100

new

Toho Bank

Daigawa Bank

Myokakuji-cho, Kyoto City

150

new

(Meiji 31.3 Government Order Store)

151st Bank

Shinmachi 1-chome, Kumamoto City

65

new

112th Bank

Sakamoto-cho, Tokyo

100

new

152nd Bank

Naha Higashi Village, Okinawa Prefecture

130

new

113th Bank

Hakodate City Kaisho Town

200

new

Chuo Mitsui Trust/Hokuyo

153rd Bank

Kinsacho, Kyoto City

80

new

(Merged into Kyoto No. 111 on Meiji 19.1)

114th Bank

Takamatsu City Marugame Town

90

new

114 Bank

Note: If the bank disappeared (merger, dissolution, etc.) during the era of the National Bank, write a circle to that effect in the name of the continuing bank. ``...'' refers to items that disappeared after the conversion from a national bank to Zentsu Bank, or those that are unknown.

,In the bibliographical literature ``Illustrated Guide to Japanese Coinage'', the paintings and drawings have not been seen in both the old and new banknotes, and the location is not necessarily the city, town, or village at the time of opening.

At a time when the issuance of bank notes was increasing due to the proliferation of national banks, a large amount of bank notes were issued for the military expenses of the Seinan War in 1877, and by 1880, the value of government banknotes had decreased. reached the peak of its decline, and the government's finances were therefore in dire straits. The need for a central bank system to control each bank was therefore called for, and in 1881 (Meiji 14), reforms were made to abolish the national banks in each region and create a central bank in order to unify the financial system. This central bank was later the Bank of Japan, which had the privilege of issuing convertible notes. As a result, the traditional national banks lost their ability to issue banknotes and were renamed to ordinary banks. Although national banks were able to continue operating for 20 years after opening, the law was amended so that they would convert to private banks after maturity.

11-1=Meiji Tsuho 100 yen

Meiji Tsuhd 100 Yen

11-2=Meiji Tsuho 50 yen

Meiji TsQhO 50 Yen

Proclamation December 27, 1871 Published August 13, 1872 Abolition December 31, 1899 Design Phoenix and dragon

Size!59fnmX107mm

Proclamation December 27, 1871

Published August 13, 1872

Abolished December 31, 1899

Design phoenix and dragon

Pattern on the surface: blue on black background

Printing color stamp green

Size: 159mmX107mm

The new Meiji government decided to issue new banknotes with the aim of reforming the currency lending system and abolishing feudal domains and establishing prefectures. So they ordered a trading company in Germany, a developed country, to print 150 million banknotes. After being imported to Japan, it was issued with a tally stamp on the cashier's head, a stamp on the recorder's head, and the Meiji Tsuho characters (originally handwritten, but soon changed to woodblock prints) on the front.

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

Average ears

One hundred yen

※ ※

50 yen

I 3 (paper 1) = Meiji Tsuho 10 yen

]I・Soゝ Meiji Tsuhd 10 Yen

11- 4 (paper 1A) = Meiji Tsuho 5 yen

Meiji Tsuhd 5 Yen

proclamation

December 2nd, 1894

(1871)

issue

June 25, 1896

(1872)

abolition

December 31, 1907

(1899)

size

137mmX89mm

11-5 (Paper 1B) = Meiji Tsuho 2 yen 11-6 (Paper 1C) = Meiji Tsuho 1 yen

Meiji Tsuhd 2 Yen

Meiji Tsuhd 1 Yen

Date: June 25, 1872: Stopped: December 31, 1899 (Meiji 32) Hole size: 1l2mm x 72mm

*The back has a common design, and the color varies depending on the face value.

Published February 15, 1872 Abolished December 31, 1899 Dimensions: 112 mm x 72 mm

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

Pick up yen

※ ※

1,100,000

450,000

250,000

150,000

Five yen

1,400,000

600,000

400,000

250,000

Two yen

300,000

250,000

150,000

90,000

70,000

bottle yen

100,000

80,000

30,000

20,000

10,000

11-7 (Paper 1D) =

Meiji Tsuho Half Circle

Meiji Tsuhd X Yen

Meiji Tsuho 20 sen

Meiji Tsuhd 20 Sen

11-9 (Paper 1F) =

Meiji Tsuho 10 sen

Meiji Tsuhd 10 Sen

Issuance and abolition are the same as <11-6>

Size: 89mm x 53mm

(Same as left)

Size: 87mm x 53mm

Same as issue <11-6> Abolished June 30, 1896 Size 87mmX53mm

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

Average quality]

half circle

100,000

80,000

40,000

25,000

12,00〇1

2+ sen

60,000

45,000

23,000

15,000

8,000

+ money

35,000

25,000

12,000

7,000

_ 4,000

11-1 0 (Paper 2) = Old National Bank 20 Yen

issue

August 20, 1873

abolition

December 31, 1899

design

Suenmeison and the eight-headed serpent

hidden ancient myths

size

80mm XI 90mm

Explanation: The United States requested a model from the National Bank and, in accordance with the National Bank Ordinance, ordered and manufactured banknotes from the Continent Bank Note Company.

Ta.

Both old National Bank notes and new National Bank notes are available only from the 15th Bank. The president's seal and manager's seal are blue.

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

common

※※ faction

School※※

20,000,000

15,000,000

8,0

1 “1 (Paper 2A) = Old National Bank Note 10 yen

Old National Bank 10 Yen

design

Gagaku performance

Ura Jingu Empress Conquering Korea

remarks

Data almost <11-10>

same as

Not yet completed

unused

School※※

School※※

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

11,000,000

8,500,000

Average item 5,000,000

11-12 (Paper 2B) = Old National Bank 5 Yen

Hikipu㈤屮

“Kyoto University Ministry

Also received

design

Rice planting and harvesting

Back: Distant view of Nihonbashi and Fuji

remarks

Data almost <11-10>

same as

1-1 3 (Paper 2C) Old National Bank 2 Yen

design

Data almost same as <11-10)

11-14 (Paper 2D) = Old National Bank 1 Yen

design

General Tadami and the military ship

Ura/Mongol invasion role

Remarks Data almost ⑴・〇〉

same as

Uncensored

one※※※__

— —I

Extremely beautiful item “Beautiful”

700,000 400,吧J

average quality

250,000

,15 (paper 3) = New National Bank note 5 yen Kajiya 5 yen

New National Bank 5 Yen (Smith)

explanation

In January 1898, the banknote dormitory was renamed the banknote bureau, and Japan's first new Western-style banknotes were produced.

Published July 1878 (Abolished December 31, 1878)

(1889)

Design blacksmith, Ura Ebisu Size 89mmX174mm

Not yet completed

unused

※※ faction

1,200,000

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

500,000

350,000

average quality

250,000

Appraised by the ordering bank

different.

11-16 (Paper 3A) = New National Bank note 1 yen Sailor 1 yen

New National Bank 1 Yen (Sailor)

77th field forecast faded red

Published December 1877 (Abolished December 31, 1877)

Evaluations vary depending on the issuing bank.

11-17 (Paper 4) = Revised banknote 10 yen Empress Jingu 10 yen Revised 10 Yen (Jinko)

Explanation: In order to replace the old banknotes, we commissioned the design of a shield from Edward Chiosone, who improved the conventional flaws, and made full use of the best technology of the Japanese Bureau to create a beautiful paper;

was manufactured.

Published: September 9, 1883 Abolished: December 31, 1883 (Iga)

Size: 93mm x 165mm

Not yet completed

unused

2,500,000

2,000,000

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

1,300,000

1,000,000

Average item 700,000

11-18 (Paper 4A) = modified banknote 5 yen Empress Jingu 5 yen

Revised 5 Yen (Jinko)

Published July 1882

Abolished December 31, 1899

Design Empress Jingu

Size 83mm x 146mm

Data almost same as <Paper 4>

400,000

Ba19 (Paper 4B) = modified banknote 1 yen Empress Jingu 1 yen

Revised 1 Yen (Jinko)

Published February 1881 Design: Empress Jingu

Abolished December 10, 1899 Size 77mm x 131mm

Data almost same as <Paper 4>

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

500,000

400,000

150,000

90,000

50,000

11-20 (paper 4C) = modified banknote 50 sen

Revised 50 Sen

11-21 (paper 4D) = modified banknote 20 sen

Revised 20 Sen

50 sen

Published December 1882

Abolished December 31, 1899

The design was changed to the Minister of Finance seal on the right.

Size 65mm x101mm

20 sen

Published December 1882 Abolished December 31, 1882 Design changed to the Minister of Finance seal on the right

Size: 59mm x 93mm

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

50 sen

500,000

400,000

160,000

100,000

60,000

20 sen

80,000

60,000

30,000

15,000

7,000

11-22=Old convertible banknote 100 Yen Daikoku 100 Yen Bank of Japan 100 Yen (Daikoku)

Explanation: The Bank of Japan Ordinance was passed in 1898, and the right to issue banknotes was transferred to the Bank of Japan. All old national bank notes were to be exchanged for these convertible banknotes. 

The designer is Eduardo Chiosone.

Published September 8, 1885 (1885)

Abolished March 31, 1939 (1939)

Design Daikokuten Size 115mmX186mm

11-23 (Paper 5) = Old convertible bank note 10 yen Daikoku 10 yen Bank of Japan 10 Yen (Daikoku)

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Ya police officer 87 8 poison number 1

Toryu-kyo Ara-inu Zenikushihi

Rigo Station No.

Todoroki Zero Gekisei Here・,yo

Popular 5th period

,爰L

electric company

size

Bank 87

May 9, 1885 (1885)

March 31, 1942

(1939)

Daikokuten

93mm XI 56mm

Not yet completed

Unused, very good condition

Beauty products

※※ faction

4,500,000 2,000,000

1,500,000

-124 (Paper 5A) = Old convertible bank note 5 yen Reverse Daikoku 5 yen

Bank of Japan 5 Yen (Daikoku)

Published January 4, 1886 Discontinued March 31, 1939 Daikokuten on the back of the design Size 87mm x 152mm

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

School※※

2,500,000

1,000,000

Beauty products

average quality

700,000

450,000

11-25 (Paper 5B)= IH Convertible Bank Note 1 Yen Daikoku 1 Yen Bank of Japan 1 Yen (Daikoku)

Published: September 8, 1885

current

Size 78mm x 135mm

Design Daikokuten

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

450,000

350,000

150,000

80,000

40,000

11-26=Modified convertible bank note 100 yen Glasses 100 yen Bank of Japan 100 Yen (Meg

Published in Meiji 24

November 15th (1891) Abolished in 1939

March 31st (1939) Design Fujiwara Kamatari Size 130mm X210 nmi

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Sect *

beauty

Goods

common

Product I

* Sect

11-27 (Paper 6A) = Modified convertible bank note 10 yen obverse boar 10 yen Bank of Japan 10 Yen

(Omote-Inoshishi)

Published on September 12, 1899 (Drunken); abolished on March 31, 1947 (Drunken).

Draft plan: Wake Kiyoma and eight wild boars

Size 100mmX 169mm

*Next page on the back

Not yet

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

3,000,000

1,500,000

1,000,000

———— 1 — —3'

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Nippon G [nko:

・Shi〃〃MunoZSire.nom厶''

11-28 (Paper 6B) = Modified convertible bank note 5 yen Weight 5 yen Bank of Japan 5 Yen (Fundo)

Published December 3, 1888

Abolished March 31, 1939

Design Michizane Sugawara and weights

Size: 95mm x 159mm

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

2,000,000

1,200,000

700,000

450,000

“-29 (Paper 6C) = Modified convertible bank note 1 yen Kanji numeral I yen

May I, 22nd year of Meiji (1889)

Design: Takeuchi Sukune, symbols are Chinese numerals.

Size 85mm x 145mm

Numbers No. 2 to No. 5+

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

130,000

100,000

60,000

30,000

15,000

11-30 (Paper 7A)=Ko convertible bank note 100 yen Back purple 100 yen Bank of Japan 100 Yen (Uramurasaki) Published in 1903

December 25th (1900)

Abolished in 1939

March 31st (1939) Design Fujiwara Kamatari and Tanzan Shrine Ura Nippon Bank Size 104mmXI 80mm

Manyo Symbol Alchemy

The group number is ``Iroha'' in Manyogana.

Serial numbers are kanji numerals

The year of manufacture is written on the back of the No. 1 ticket.

I*R()MISES TO RWTIE BEARER

Marriage period-”!Bunya 8OWE HUNDREBYEJtf

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

Manyo symbol

※※

5,000,000

2,500,000

2,000,000

arabic symbols

※※

2,500,000

1,000,000

700,000

Nami Tomoe

1,500 Yu

450 reason

(Paper 7B) = Bank of Japan 10 Yen (Ura Inoshishi)

QN Dyu, 1an】> TEN YEN IN GOLD

Published October 1, 1899 Abolished March 31, 1939 Design Wake Kiyoma and Goo Shrine, on the back

There is a wild boar

Size 95mm XI 59mm

Note: September 1, 1908

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

Early period (Manyo)

1,000,000

800,000

300,000

200,000

120,000

Late (Arabic)

1,200,000

900,000

350,000

250,000

150,000

11-32 (paper 7C) = No. Convertible Bank Note 5 yen Chuo Takeuchi 5 yen Bank of Japan 5 Yen

(Ch ud- T.akenochi)

Published April 1, 1899 Discontinued March 31, 1939 (Showa 14) Illustration Takeuchi Sukune, Ube Shrine Size 85mm X 146mm

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

Early period (Manyo)

600,000

500,000

220,000

130,000

70,000

Late (Arabic)

800,000

600,000

300,000

200,000

120,000

11-33 (Paper 8) = Otsu issue convertible bank note 5 yen

Openwork Daikoku 5 yen Bank of Japan 5 Y en (Sukashi Daiko^)

Issue Discontinued Design Size

September 1, 1909 ( 1March 31, 1943)

78mmX136mm

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

650,000

500,000

250,000

120,000

80,000

11・34 (Paper 9A) = Taisho Convertible Bank Note 20 Yen Horizontal 20 Yen Bank of Japan 20 Yen

(Yokogaki)

Published November 20, 1917 (Abolished March 31, 1939) Design: Michizane Sugawara, face value written horizontally Size: 86mm x 149mm

Completed Unused

1,200,000 900,000

Extremely beautiful item

500,000

Good condition 350,000

Pressure 35 (paper 9B) = Taisho convertible bank note 10 yen left wake 10 yen

Bank of Japan 10 Yen (Hidari-Wake)

Published May 1, 1915 Abolished March 31, 1939

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

140,000

100,000

50,000

25,000

13,000

Design Wake Kiyoma and Goo Shrine Size 79mm X 139mm

11-36 (paper 9C) = Taisho Convertible Banknote 5 yen Taisho Takeuchi 5 yen Bank of Japan 5 Yen

(T.aisyd - Takenouchi)

Published December 15, 1916 Abolished March 31, 1939

Design Takeuchi Sukune and Ube Shrine Size 73mm X 130mm

Fu CEU EE

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

140,000

90,000

60,000

35,000

20,000

11-37 (Paper 9D) = Taisho Convertible Bank Note 1 Yen Arabic Numeral 1 Yen Bank of Japan 1 Yen

(Arabiya Suji)

Published August 15, 1916

current

Illustration draft Takeuchi Sukune, symbols, arithmetic numbers

Size 85mm x 145mm

Numbers 151 to 446 Note 446 is unconfirmed

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

100s

30,000

20,000

10,000

5,000

2,000

200s

8,000

5,000

2,000

1,000

500

Number 300 and above

1,600

1,200

700

400

200

11-38 (Paper 10A) = Taisho small denomination banknote 50 sen Taisho government banknote Government 50 Sen

size

Year of manufacture

(Tais*

Nasho 6~] (⑼7~1923 flute April 1948 q Similar to the Treasury bill Changed to the minister's seal

65mm XI 03mm Taisho 6 - [[

5^-^

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

Taisho 6

35,000

30,000

9,000

6,000

'TotT'

Taisho 7

18,000

15,000

7,000

4,000

Taisho 8

15,000

13,000

7,000

4,000

^500^

Taisho 9

12,000

10,000

5,000

3,000

hooo^

Taisho 10

12,000

10,000

5,000

3,000

1,00〇—

Taisho 11

12,000

10,000

5,000

3,000

1,000^

11-39 (paper 1OB) = Taisho small denomination banknote 20 sen Taisho government banknote Government 20 Sen (Taisho)

Departure

line

Taisho 6-8 (1917-1919)

waste

Stop

August 31, 1948 (1948)

figure

proposal

Same as <11-38>

size

58mmX92mm

Year of manufacture

Taisho 6-8

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

Taisho 6

30,000

22,000

15,000

9,000

4,000

Taisho 7

20,000

16,000

10,000

5,500

2,500

Taisho 8

20,000

16,000

10,000

5,500

2,500

11-40 (Paper 10C) = Taisho small denomination banknote 10 sen Taisho government banknote Government 10 Sen (Taisho)

Departure

line

Taisho 6-11 (1917-1922)

waste

Stop

Date of August 1948 (1948)

figure

proposal

Same as <11-38>

size

54mmX86mm

Year of manufacture

Taisho 6-10

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

Average quality

Taisho 6

15,000

10,000

3,000

1,500

800)

Taisho 7

4,000

3,000

1,500

700

300, no

Taisho 8

4,000

3,000

1,500

700

300 no

Taisho 9

3,000

2,500

1,200

600

Taisho 10

3,000

2,500

1,200

600

250^

11-42=Bank of Japan convertible note 50 yen

141"Bank of Japan 200 Yen (Urajiro)

Published April 25, 1927 (1927)

Abolished March 2, 1946

Bank of Japan 50 Yen (Urajiro)

Published April 25, 1927 (1927)

- Average item 4,000,000

unused

Good condition 5,000,000

No pattern, text, or back printing Size 73mm X 123mm

Not actually published

No design pattern, text, or back printing

Size 63mmX 113mm

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

* Sect

Beauty products

average quality

Sect *

Bank of Japan 200 Yen (Uraaka)

11-43 (Paper 11) = Convertible ticket 200 yen Red back 200 yen

Published May 12, 1927 (1927)

Abolished March 2, 1946 (1946)

Design by Takeuchi Sukune, Uraaka used August 16, 1945

Start (1945)

Size: 97mm x 188mm

Group number 1 to 9

Few come with order slips (see 11-48)

11-44 (Paper 12A) = Convertible ticket 100 yen 1st 100 yen Bank of Japan 100 Yen (1st Shotc

oku)

Published January 11, 1930

Abolished March 2, 1946

Illustration: Prince Shotoku and Yumeden, back: Horyuharu

Size 93mmX162mm

Group number 1 to 94

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

28,000

24,000

12,000

7,000

4,000

With certificate stamp

32,000

26,000

14,000

9,000

5,000

11-45 (paper 128) = Convertible ticket 20 yen Vertically written 20 yen Bank of Japan 20 Yen (Fujiwara)

Published July 21, 1931 (Showa 6) Abolished March 2, 1946 (1946)

Design Fujiwara Kamatari and Tanzan Shrine

Size 87mmX152mm

Group number 1 to 25

!Next 10 Yen Bank of Japan 10 Yen (1st Wake)

Published May 21, 1930 Abolished March 2, 1946

Design Wake Kiyoma and Goo Shrine

Size 81mm XI 42mm

Group number 1 to 1179

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

5,000

3,500

1,800

800

400

With certificate stamp

6,500

4,500

2,500

1,400

700

11-47 (Paper 12D) = Convertible ticket 5 yen 1st 5 yen Bank of Japan 5 Yen (1st Sugahara)

Ki-date March 1, 1930 (stopped March 2, 1946)

2 Sugawara Michizane and Kitano Shrine

•Width ?6mmX132mm

Tax number 1 group ~ welcoming group

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

25,000

20,000

6,000

2,000

800

11-48 (Paper 13) = Convertible ticket A 1000 yen Nippon Takeru 1000 yen Bank of Japan 1000 y efl .

Shout to % Published April 20, 1945 (1945, March 2, 1945) August 17, 1945 (Stable) Illustration Nippon Takeru and Takebe Shrine Size 100mm x 172mm Group numbers 1 to 9 set

Crimson

Explanation of “verification paper”

In February 1945, a blockade of deposits and a switch to the new yen were issued. In order to make up for the shortage of new Bank of Japan notes at the time of the switchover, old banknotes will be replaced.

Four types of certificate stamps (1000 yen, 200 yen, 100 yen, and 10 yen) were temporarily used and pasted on the upper right corner. There are very few of his items with high-value stamps.

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

600,000

500,000

380,000

280,000

180,000

11-49 (Paper 14A) = Revised convertible ticket 200 yen Fujiwara 200 yen Bank of Japan 200 Yen

(Fujiwara)

Published January 6, 1942 (1942) Abolished March 2, 1946 (1946) !・April 16, 1945 (1945) Design Fujiwara Kamatari and Tanzan Shrine Size 97mm X 165mm

Group number 1 to 49

dark purple

Note: Few come with a certificate stamp (see 11-48)

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・One 50 (paper 14B) = revised convertible ticket 5 yen

2nd 5 Yen Bank of Japan 5 Yen (2nd Sugahara)

January 6, 1942 (1942) March 2, 1946 (1946)

Michizane Sugawara and Kitano Shrine Series of letters on Bank of Japan convertible notes

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

7,000

6,000

3,000

1,500

700

Size Group number

76mmX132mm ! Set ~ 96 sets

11-51 (paper 15mm) = fiat banknote 100 yen secondary 100 yen

Bank of Japan 100 Yen (2nd Shotoku)

Published March 20, 1944 (1944)

Abolished March 2, 1946

Design Prince Shotoku and Yumeden, Ura Horyuji Temple Size 93mm X 163mm

Group number 1 to 234

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

18,000

14,000

8,000

5,000

3,000

With certificate stamp

25,000

16,000

10,000

6,000

4,000

Issue Discontinued Design

size

December 15, 1943 (1943) March 2, 1946 (1946)

Wake Seireki and Goo Shrine

Convertible character deleted

81mmX142mm transparent, several types available

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

4,000

3,000

1,500

700

*

With certificate stamp

5,000

4,000

2,000

1,200

~6on

Group number 1~480

11-53 (Paper 15.) = Fiat banknote 5 yen 3rd 5 yen Bank of Japan 5 Yen (3rd Sugahara)

Ticket saw today

:02799

Published December 15, 1943 Abolished March 2, 1946 Design Sugawara Michizane and Kitano Shrine

Character deletion size of convertible ticket

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

Average quality I

4,000

3,000

2,000

1,200

600

76mm X132mm Group number 1 to 94

11-54 (Paper 15D) = Fiat banknote 1 yen Chud Takenouchi 1 yen Bank of Japan 1 Yen (Chud Takenouchi)

Published December 15, 1943 (Showa 18)

current

Takeuchi Sukune in the center of the design, number red

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

Average size

3,500

2,500

1,200

600

300 —

Size 70mm x 122mm

Group number

!group ~ 34 groups

Bank of Japan 10 Yen (3rd Wake)

November 20, 1944 (1944) March 2, 1946 (1946) Wake Kiyoma and Goo Shrine Changed to red, serial number omitted 81mmX142mm transparent, several types available

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

9,000

7,000

3,500

1,500

500

With certificate stamp

11,000

9,000

4,500

2,000

800

Group number 481 to 533

11-56 (Paper 16B) = Revised fiat banknote 5 yen 4th 5 yen Bank of Japan 5 Yen (4th Sugahara)

Published November 20, 1944 (1944)

Abolished March 2, 1946

Design Sugawara Michizane and Kitano Shrine

Symbol changed to red, serial number omitted

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

50,000

40,000

28,000

18,000

10,000

Size 76mm X132mm Group number 95 to 98

11-57 (Paper 16C) = Revised fiat banknote 1 yen Central Takeuchi 1 yen

Bank of Japan 1 Yen (Revised Chud Takenouchi)

November 20, 1944 (1944) Same size as (11-54) Serial number omitted

First term 35-47

Late period 48-49 (Ogiri wood)

Line number Expression record

incomplete

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

Early period

5,000

4,000

2,000

800

400

Late period

6,000

5,000

2,500

1,200

600

11-58 (Paper 17A = revised fiat banknote 100 yen

3rd 100 yen

Bank of Japan 100yen ( 3rd Shotc

Published August 17, 1945 (1945)

Abolished March 2, 1946

Prince Shotoku in the center of the design, Ura Horyuji Temple Size 931nm XI 62mm

Color change first half 1-43

Late period 44-182

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

50,000

40,000

25,000

18,000

10,000

With certificate stamp

55,000

45,000

28,000

20,000

11,000

11 Takumi 9 (Paper 17B) = Revised fiat banknote 10 yen 4th 10 yen Bank of Japan 10 Yen

(4th Wake)

Published August 17, 1945 (1945)

Abolished March 2, 1946

Wake Seireki in the center of the design

Size 8lmmX142mm

Symbols 70 to 94 are all purple background patterns (late)

Not yet completed

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

Early period

35,000

30,000

17,000

8,500

With certificate stamp

40,000

35,000

20,000

10,000

Late period

80,000

60,000

30,000

18,000

With certificate stamp

85,000

65,000

35,000

22,000

11

160 (Paper 18) = Government note 50 Sen (Fuji-Sakura)

ゝ・National Federation

11-61 (Paper 19) = Government 50 Sen (Yasukuni)

11-62 (Paper 20A) = Bank of Japan 10 Sen (To)

11-63 (Paper 20B) = Bank of Japan 5 Sen (Kusunoki)

original proposal

issue

abolition

Size (mm)

Year number

Group number

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

Cherry blossoms revived

June 1, 1937

August 31, 1945

65X105

Showa 13

1~1633

2,000

800

400

200

Yasukuni Shrine

Statue of Masa Seisei

December 8, 1945

1945

August 31, 1945

65X105

1945

1~90

2,500

1,200

600

300

1945

91~849

600

300

150

100

1945

1~211

1,000

500

250

100

1945

1~177

500

250

100

80

November 1, 1945

December 31, 1952

51X106

1~20

600

300

200

100

"Showa 19

December 31, 1952

48X100

1-14

500

250

150

100

the law of nature

11-64 (Paper 21 A)=Bank of Japan A issue 100 yen 4th 100 yen Bank of Japan 100 yen

(4th Shotokuj

Jaw Jun 47.

Published February 25, 1946 (current)

Design Prince Shotoku and Yumeden

Size: 93mm x 162mm

Group number 1~7352

Kiriaki's flyer pattern

The Hikone factory (42) has the above and Tenpyo era fissure patterns.

There are many changes in the printing color of the note paper.

Note: Banknotes can be classified by printing press based on their number. See pages 198 and 199 for details.

11-65 (Paper 21B) = Bank of Japan Note No. A 10 yen Parliament 10 yen Bank of Japan 10 Yen

(4th Gijidd)

Published February 25, 1946 (Showa 21)

current

A phoenix on the National Diet Building

Size 76mm x 140mm

Group number 1~1977

unused

Extreme standard I

1,500

800_

Beauty products

400

_ 200"

Note: Depending on the banknote number, it can be classified by printing press. For details, see P198*

See.

・ 166 (paper 21c) = Bank of Japan note A No. 5 yen color pattern (pattern)

5 Yen Bank of Japan 5 Yen (Mon-yd)

Travel date: March 5, 1945 Group number: Groups 1 to 92

I line (target

design color pattern

Size 68mm x 132mm

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

1,800

1,000

600

300

Note: Banknotes can be classified by printing press based on their number. For details, see his pages 198 and 199.

111 526

Ticket bank today

11-67 (Paper 21D) = Bank of Japan 1 Yen (Ninomiya)

Published: March 19, 1945 Group number: Groups 1 to 1156

Current (1946)

Design Ninomiya Sontoku

Size 68mm XI 24mm

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

300

150

100

80

Note: Banknotes can be classified by printing press based on their number. For details, see his pages 198 and 199.

11-68 (Paper 22A) = Government 50 Sen (Itagaki)

Mutual coins

March 10, 1948 (Showa 23)

Ended December 31, 1953

[Taisuke Anitagaki

Size 60mm XI 08mm

Group number

Groups !~26 There are unseen group numbers.

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

400

300

100

80

Note: Banknotes can be classified by printing press based on their number. For details, see his pages 198 and 199.

11-69 (Paper 22B) = Bank of Japan Note No. A 10 sen Hato 10 sen Bank of Japan 10 s en

Yo® Ayumi

Departure

line

September 5, 1945

(1947)

waste

Stop

December 31, 1952

(1953)

figure

proposal

pigeon

size

52mm XI 00mm

116 pairs

Unused Very good condition Good condition

---------- Lolo

Note: Banknotes can be classified by printing press based on their number. See below and next section for details.

11-70 (Paper 22C)=Bank of Japan 5 Sen (Ume)

I'm sorry^^^

Published May 25, 1948 (Showa 23)

Abolished December 31, 1953 (Plum blossom pattern)

Size 48mmX94mm

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

1,000

600

400

200

Note: The only printing shop is Toppan Printing Itabashi Factory (13)

◎Classification of banknotes issued after the war by printing press

After World War II, it was necessary to collect new banknotes with military-style designs and replace them with new yen banknotes, and due to inflation, it was necessary to produce large quantities of new banknotes in a short period of time. . Due to war damage to the printing bureau's facilities, the government ordered a private printing company to print banknotes. Due to a shortage of materials and an urgent need, there are many different paper printing colors. The design of the 100 yen ticket could not be changed in time, so the printing color of the second 100 yen ticket (11-51) was changed, and the "new yen sign", which combines the Tenpyo cloud and cherry blossom pattern, was reprinted in red. .

All 10 yen tickets and below have new designs. The following seven types of banknotes were printed by the private sector:

4th order 100 yen (11-64) > Capitol building 10 yen (11-65), Saimon 5 yen (11-66), Ninomiya 1 yen (11-67), Itagaki 50 sen (11-68), Pigeon 1° sen (11-69), ume 5 sen (11-70), these banknotes can be classified by printing companies and factories based on their numbers (symbols). The price list is listed in the next section.

Here's how to read the numbers:

Bank of Japan banknotes are those issued by the Bank of Japan.Government banknotes are banknotes issued directly by the government and given compulsory currency by the government in order to compensate for financial difficulties and lack of auxiliary currency.They are small denomination banknotes. .

2nd 10 yen (11-52), 3rd 5 yen (11-53), Chuo Takeuchi 1 yen (11-54). 2nd 100 yen (11-51), 4th 100 yen (116)

Hoyo1 6 7 7 0 1 2

4th 100 yen

1677012 643470

niru u yu

[Set number] Printing Bureau [Serial number] Bank of Japan notes [Kumirai Takinogawa Factory

[Group number] only

Bank of Japan banknotes [set number] Tokyo Securities Printing Odawara Factory

Government Banknotes [String Number] Tokyo Securities Printing Oji Factory

[List of prices of postwar banknotes classified by printing press]

Rating is very good condition

Factory name

4th 100 yen

House building 10 yen

Saimon 5 yen

Ninomiya 1 yen

Itagaki 50 sen

pigeon 10 sen

gSifi""""

Takinogawa

12

1,800

800

2,000

150

1,500

200

Alcohol smell

twenty two

1,800

800

2,500

150

32

2,000

1,000

3,000

200

Hikone

42

2,000

1,000

2,500

__________________________________

Itabashi

13

2,000

1,500

2,500

300

200

Fudo

twenty three

2,000

2,500

700

Osaka

33

6,000

2,000

ーーーーーー■ーー

_—

300

300

Dai Nippon Printing

Ichigaya

14

2,000

-1-

Akita

twenty four

7,000

_—

Shibata

34

2,000

One^^

food town

44

2,000

2,500

400

joint printing

Koishikawa

15

2,500

2,000

2,000

400

300

300

Tokyo Securities Printing

prince

16

2,000

2,000

400

400

300

Odawara

26

7,500

1,000

150

rare

300

Takefu

36

4,500

One-one

Teikoku Printing

grass

17

4,000

---

1,000

800

One^

◎Sign numbers after Bank of Japan note B (Seitoku 1,000 yen, etc.)

All tickets, starting with issue B, are printed at four factories of the Ministry of Finance's Printing Bureau (Takinogawa, Odawara, Shizuoka, and Hikone), and the serial number display has also changed to a new method. It is a combination of a 6-digit number [serial number] (000001-900000) and alphabetical symbols [group number] (24 characters from A to Z excluding I and ○), and the symbol at the end indicates the manufacturing factory. I am. Starting from AA of the first ticket, ending with ZZ at the end of the first digit, progressing from the first 2 digits AA-A to the last ZZ - Z. The table below is a distribution table of suffixes by factory based on researchers' inferences, and a confirmation table of the first and final groups.

Takinogawa factory

Odawara factory

Shizuoka factory

Hikone factory

-inr

Ending A~H

Ending with J~R

Ending S~V

Ending W~Z

11-71=Shotoku 1,000 yen~11-78=New 500 yen

Satoippu

A~G

KuH〜P

〃Q〜T

Kuu~Z

11-79=Yen Fukuzawa ~ 11-81=Natsume 1000 Yen black number

Satoippu

A~G

〃H〜N

KuP~S

〃T〜Z

Late period of ku~brown number of ku

Yo kind

number color

A.A.

ZZ

AA-A

zz-z

kinds

number color

A.A.

ZZ

AA-A

ZZ-Z

black

Koto Fukuzawa 10,000 yen

black

taa_

black

brown

black

Niitomasa 5,000 yen

black

Satoza

black

brown

2,000 yen

black

Natsume thousand yen

black

black

blue

black

brown

-®5+r_

black

green

Items without 〇 are unconfirmed.

199

11-71 (Paper 23A) = Bank of Japan note B 1,000 yen, Prince Shotoku 1,000 yen, Birou Chisei Higoku

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Banknotes from No. B (11-71) onwards can be classified into earlier periods or earlier periods based on the printing color of the code number. One with one alphabetic symbol number is one-digit seven-first-point printing. See previous section.

Published January 7, 1950 (current

Illustration: Prince Shotoku and Yumeden

Size 76mm x 164mm

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Uncocooned

1 digit alphabet

25^00^"

2 digits of the alphabet (digits)

8,000^"

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

12,000

6,000

2,500

5,000

3,500

2,000

11-72 (Paper 23B) = Bank of Japan note B 500 yen Iwakura old 500 yen

Bank of Japan 500 Yen

(Iwakura Kyu)

note

two poor people

Published April 2, 1950 (Binri'! Hatee Iwakura Tomomi and Mt. Fuji

Width" Size 76mm XI56mm

Cream-colored paper in the first half, white paper in the second half

9S«?

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

Early alphabet 1 digit (Kedah

10,000

5,000

3,000

1,000^-

Early alphabet 2 digits (Kedah)

4,500

2,000

1,000

_

Period

2,000

1,000

700

See notes 11-71

■ -73 (paper 24) = Bank of Japan note B 50 yen Takahashi 50 yen

Bank of Japan 50 Yen (Takahashi)

Published: December 1951 (1951) Current date

Illustration: Korekiyo Takahashi and the Bank of Japan

Size 68mm x 144mm

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

8,000

5,000

3,500

2,000

11-74 (Paper 25) = Bank of Japan Note B 100 Yen Itagaki Taisuke 100 Yen Bank of Jap Blood!00 Yen

(Itagaki)

Published December 1, 1953 (current)

Illustration Taisuke Itagaki and the National Diet Building Size 76mm X 148mm

Note Early brown paper, latter half white paper

55^

unused

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

1 digit of the disaster alphabet (Keda

12,000

6,000

3,000

1,500

Early Alphabet 2 Analysis (Keda

1,500

700

300

Late period

300

200

See notes 11-71

11-75 (paper 26A) = Bank of Japan note C 10,000 yen Prince Shotoku 10,000 yen BMkofJapan throat

Published December 1, 1955 (Shi) Current

Design Prince Shotoku and Yumeden

Size 84mmX174mm

unused

extreme

1 digit alphabet

40,000

20

2 digits of the alphabet (digits)

15,000

one

Xa]

13,000

three

:

:H:

11-76 (Paper 26B) = Bank of Japan Note C 5,000 yen Prince Shotoku 5,000 yen Bank of Japan 5,000 Yeo

(Shotoku)

Published: October I, 1955 (supernatural strength, current

Illustration Draft Prince Shotoku and the Bank of Japan Size 80mm X 169mm

kinds '

ーーー_Status

_Richi Mashi

alphabet

卜1 digit (digit)

12 Yū^

alphabet

2 digits (digits)

8,000〇”

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

7,500

6,000

Goods

・ 177 (paper 27) = Bank of Japan note C 1,000 yen Hirofumi Ito 1,000 yen

Bank of Japan 1,000 Yen (Ito Hirobumi)

Published November 1, 1963 (1963)

current

Design Hirofumi Ito and the Bank of Japan

Size 76mm x 164mm

Note symbol: Early black, late navy blue

~~~-—

unused

Early alphabet 1 digit (digit)

14,000

Early alphabet 2 digits (digits)

2,500

Late alphabet 1 digit (digit)

6,000

Late alphabet 2 digits (digits)

2,000

Extremely beautiful item

Beauty products

average quality

8,000

4,000

2,000

4,000

2,000

1,500

11 F8 (paper 28) = Bank of Japan note C 500 yen Iwakura Shin 500 yen Bank of Japan 500 Yen

(Iwakura Shin)

Published November 1969 (1969) Current

Illustration: Tomomi Iwakura and Mt. Fuji Size: 72mm x 159mm

11-79 (paper 29) = Bank of Japan note D 10,000 yen Yukichi Fukuzawa 10,000 yen Bank f 1

10,000 Yen (Fuk ^

November 1, 1981 (Ganen 2)

size

Ministry of Finance plate

RV000001

Daily rate increase/department

Fukuman R

Yukichi Fukuzawa Tokiji

76mmX 160mm

11-80 (Paper 30) = Bank of Japan Note D No. 5,000 yen Nitobe Inazo 5,000 yen Bankofja 冲

5,000 Yen (Nitobe)

Published November 1, 1984 (current)

Illustration: Nitobe Inazo and Mt. Fuji Size: 76mm x 155mm

Ministry of Finance

Ministry of Finance

national printing bureau

Nameplate

Nameplate

Symbol color issue date

BlackNovember 10, 1982

(1984)

Brown December 1, 1993

__(1993) __________

Brown May 14, 2001

Use of micro characters, seal nameplate changed

Nameplate

brown

(2001)__________

July 1, 2003

(2003)

・ 181 (Paper 31) = Bank of Japan note D No. 1,000 yen

Natsume Soseki 1,000 yen Bank of Japan

1,000 Yen (Natsume)

Published November 1, 1984 (1984)

current

Design Natsume Soseki and crane

Size 76mm XI 50mm

Symbol color Issue date Notes

Ministry of Finance nameplate

black

November I, 1984 (1984)

blue

November 1, 1990 (1990)

Changed the color of the symbol number due to the end of the black symbol number

brown

December 1, 1993 (1993)

The seal for micro letter mail is special luminescent ink.

green

April 3, 2000 (2000)

The color of the symbol number has been changed due to the end of the brown symbol number.

Ministry of Finance nameplate

green

May 14, 2001 (2001)

Nameplate change

National Sea Bream Nameplate

green

July 1, 2003 (2003)

Nameplate change

11-82=Bank of Japan Note D 2,000 Yen Shureimon 2,000 Yen Bank of Japan 2,000 Yen

(Syureimon)

Published July 19, 2000 (2000)

current

Design Shureimon (Okinawa Prefecture)

“The Tale of Genji Emaki” “Murasaki Shikibu Diary Emaki”

Size 76mmX154mm

Using micro characters

The surface uses special luminescent ink

latent image pattern

pearl ink

Manufactured by the Printing Bureau of the Ministry of Finance

11-83=Bank of Japan note E issue 10,000 yen Yukichi Fukuzawa 10,000 yen

Published in 2004

current

Design Yukichi Fukuzawa and phoenix statue

Size 76mmX160mm

micro characters

Latent image pattern using special luminescent ink

Pearl ink hologram parchment pattern

Nameplate National Printing Bureau

11-84=Bank of Japan note E issue 5,000 yen Higuchi Kazuyo 5,000 yen

Published in 2004

current

Design Kazuyo Higuchi

Korin Ogata's "Irises"

Size 76mm x 156mm

micro characters

Uses special luminous ink

latent image pattern

pearl ink hologram

plow bar pattern

Nameplate National Printing Bureau

■ -85" Bank of Japan note E 1,000 yen Hideyo Noguchi 1,000 yen

Published current design

size

2004

Hideyo Noguchi Mt. Fuji and cherry blossoms 76mmX150mm Micro letters Special luminescent ink Latent image pattern

Pearl ink Latent pearl pattern Sakibar pattern National Printing Bureau

Nameplate