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Shogunate/government and prefectural bills

Federal, Central Governments & Provincial

(A) Banknotes related to the Shogunate and government

Federal and Central Governments Notes

10-1 (note 1) = Edo-Yokohama gold note

Issued for Yokohama trade. The first banknotes of the Tokugawa Shogunate. It was issued for a short period of time and only a small number of copies were issued.

Published in 1867

No.

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1

Picking up food

Five cars

800,000

400,000

2

pick up

both

600,000

300,000

3

Five

both

600,000

300,000

Four

words

both

500,000

250,000

10-1(1)

10-2 (note 2) = Edo Seki Eight States Gold Note

It was issued by Mitsui Gumi to supplement the Shogunate's finances. The paper format is the same as tag 1. The number of publications was small.

Published in 1867

No.

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kind

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1

100

both

900,000

450,000

2

hundred

both

800,000

400,000

3

Five

surface

700,000

350,000

Four

Dictionary five

both

550,000

300,000

Five

bottle

both

450,000

250,000

10-2(2)

10-3 (3 bills) = Hyogo Port Opening Gold Bill

Published in 1867

No.

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kind

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1

Money

bottle

both

20,000

10,000

2

Money

minutes

10,000

5,000

3

Money

bottle

minutes

10,000

5,000

10-4 (note 4) = Dajokan note

Published May 15, 1868

In order to cover the expenses of the Meiji Restoration government, Yuri Kohei's

No.

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Published as an idea, produced using the latest copperplate printing at the time.

1

gold ryo

100,000

70,000

50,000

2

five gold ryo

90,000

50,000

35,000

4 Reno jO

3

golden ryo

20,000

15,000

8,000

10-4(1)159X68

Four

gold medal

10,000

7,000

4,000

• ' •・Be''…⑵ 150X56

Five

Kinshu vermilion

10,000

7,000

4,000

10-5 (note 5) = Ministry of Civil Affairs note

Issued to cover the expenses of the new government. Daijokan Notes were issued in a supporting role because they were expensive and caused inconvenience in daily transactions.

Published November 15, 1869

£transition

10-5(4)

10-5(3)

89X38

Song ⑵ 100X38

back

10-5 ⑴ H2X43

Kawaseza Notes

(B) Currency banknotes

10-6 (note 6) = Ministry of Finance convertible securities

Because the authority of the new government was not established, the exchange was issued under the name of Mitsui Gumi.

Published October 15, 1871

No.

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1

gold yen

900,000

600,000

400,000

2

5 yen gold

500,000

400,000

300,000

3

gold yen

150,000

100,000

70,000

10-7 (note 7) = Kaitakushi Convertible Securities

Issued under the name of Kyoza Mitsui Gumi for the purpose of raising funds for the development of Hokkaido.

10-6(2)

10-6(3)

Published January 15, 1872 (1872)

No.

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1

gold yen

XXX

XXX

XXX

2

5 yen gold

X *group

XXX

※※Vermilion

3

gold yen

250,000

150,000

120,00〇

Four

Five hundred sen

55,000

38,000

25,00(

Five

money

35,000

22,000

6

Picked up coins

22,000

15,000

__8,00]

10-7(4)

10-7(5)

Hinoki

10-7(6)

L

K) Company Notes

nB (8 bills)=Tokyo Exchange Company bills

Issued for temporary small amount accommodation under 1% Tokyo 10-8

10-11 (IL9C)=Osaka Exchange Company Gold Bill

Published June 28, 1869

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Gin Sanchi Seven Bun Five Rin

8,000

4,000

10-10 (note 9B) = Osaka Exchange Company Western Bank Deposit Ticket

Published March 3, 1870

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1

Five pieces of German silver

※※ faction

School※※

2

15 pieces of Western silver

※※ faction

School※※

10-10

10-9 (note 9A) = Osaka Exchange Company coin note

Published September 3, 1869

No.

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1

five gold ryo

300,000

200,000

150,000

2

golden ryo

80,000

60,000

40,000

Published September 3, 1869

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1

Zeniho Kanbun

120,000

90,000

70,000

2

500 mon of money

25,000

18,000

10,000

3

100 sentences of money

18,000

12,000

7,000

Four

100 sentences

12,000

7,000

5,000

10-9(2)

10-9(4)

10-11(1) 10-11(2)

10-12 (note 9D)=Kyotsu Shoji Exchange Company Coin Bill

Published September 8, 1869

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1

500 mon of money

30,000

20,000

13,000

2

100 sentences of money

20,000

15,000

8,000

3

100 coins

15,000

10,000

5,000

Four

50 mon coins

10,000

8,000

4,000

10-12(1)

10-14 (9F Bill) = Tsuruga Exchange Company Gold Bill

Published February 13, 1870

Up

200,000

Note: Same format as Saikyo Exchange Company's 1-ryo banknote. There is a red stamp of Tsuruga in the shape of a weight on the back.

10-15 (note 9G) = Otsu Exchange Company gold note

Published December 2nd year of Meiji (1869)

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kind

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Money

Ryo

130,000

Note: Same format as Saikyo Exchange Co., Ltd.'s 1-ryo banknote. There is an oval Otsu stamp on the back.

657000

10-16 (note 9H) = Tokyo Exchange Company gold note

Published October 8, 1869

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1

gold medal

15 ryo

600,000

300,000^"

2

Money

Ryo

120,000

F 60,0002"

10-17 (note 91) = Yokohama Exchange Company gold note

Published October 8, 1869

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1

15 gold coins

School※※

※※ faction

2

gold bottle

250,000

120,000

10-18 (note 9J) = Hikone Exchange Company gold note

Published in 1870

10-13 (note 9E) = Saikyo Exchange Company gold note

Published November 13, 1869

No.

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1

bill of exchange money

40,000

20,000

2

Saikyo Deposit Ticket Gold Box Ryo

80,000

40,000

No.

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kind

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1

Money

Ryo

180,000

100,000

2

Money

share

180,000

100,000

3

Money

1 minute

180,000

100,000

10-18(1)

Published October 8, 1869

Similar format to the Gakugan Exchange Company's 1-ryo banknotes | There is a square Kobe blue stamp on the front.

10-20 (note 9L) = Niigata Exchange Company gold note issued in January 1870

There is a square Niigata stamp on the front.

10-16(1)

10-21(2)

10-21 (note 9M) = Yokohama Exchange Company (formerly Western bank notes) issued on April 13, 1870 (1870)

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1

100 pieces of German silver

X *group

X *group

2

nickel silver

sect *sect

*Sect*

(D) Provincial Notes

10-23 (note 10) = Kyoto prefecture note (established in Kyoto prefecture in 1888)

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1

400 coins of coins

200,000

120,000

2

100 sentences of coins

150,000

85,000

3

600 mon of money

120,000

70,000

Note: This was especially issued in the first year of the Meiji era in Yokohama, where transactions with foreign merchants were inconvenient.

10-22 (note 9N) = Yokohama Exchange Company (Shinyo Bank Notes)

Published July 24, 1872 (1872)

10-24 (note 11) = Hakodate Accounting Bureau note

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1

thousand

$

XXX

XXX

2

Five

hundred $

XXX

XXX

3

hundred

$

XXX

XXX

Four

Five

pick up $

XXX

Sect *X

Five

pick up $

XXX

XXX

6

pick up

___$_

XXX

sect *sect

Five

$

Sect *X

XXX

10-22(7)

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1

gold jar

minutes

XXX

XXX

2

money

Vermilion

XXX

X *group

10-23(1)

10-24(1)

10-16, 10-21, 10-22 are scale key, 10-23, 10-14 are scale scale 163

10-25 (note 12) = Narafu note

10-29 (note 16) = Takayama prefecture note

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1

Kinshu vermilion

250,000

200,000

150,000

2

Zeniho Kanbun

40,000

30,000

20,000

3

500 mon of money

30,000

20,000

15,000

Four

100 letters of money

15,000

10,000

8,000

Five

50 mon coins

12,000

8,000

6,000

10-26 (note 13) = Hyogo prefecture note

Published January 25, 1869

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1

100 sentences of coins

35,000

25,000

17,000

2

600 mon of money

25,000

18,000

12,000

3

100 sentences of money

15,000

12,000

7,000

Four

100 letters of money

10,000

8,000

5,000

10-27 (note 14) = Sakai prefecture note

Published in 1869

No.

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1

golden zhu

35,000

25,000

15,000

2

Kinshu vermilion

50,000

35,000

25,000

3

Booktag gold vermilion

600,000

450,000

300,000

Four

"Kin Piazhu

XXX

Sect *X

※※※

10-28 (note 15) = Iwahana prefecture note

Published in 1868

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1

Shibuyajun Shijibun

30,000

20,000

15,000

2

600 pieces of 14 sentences:

30,000

20,000

15,000

Published in 1869

No.

kinds

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1

Money

three

Vermilion

250,000

2

Money

Vermilion

200,000

_ 100,0S"''''

3

Money

half

Vermilion

250,000

____120,65

10-30 (note 17) = Kumihama prefecture note

Published in April 1868

No.

kinds

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1

money order

30,000

15^0^

2

Zeniho Kanbun

25,000

12,000^

3

500 mon of money

20,000

1^000^

Four

100 sentences of money

28,000

iTooo^

Five

100 coins

10,000

____ 5,000 ~~

6

50 mon coins

10,000

_____5,000 one

7

Qian ginseng collection

20,000

10,000 one

8

Money Ha sentence

6,000

_____3,000

9

four coins

6,000

_____^000

10-31 (note 18) = Sakata prefecture note

Published July 2nd year of Meiji (1869)

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1

800 mon of money

500,000

300,000

2

100 sentences of money

500,000

300,000

3

100 sentences of money

400,000

200,000

Four

100 coins

400,000

200,000

Five

50 mon coins

400,000

200,000

6

500 coins

400,000

200,000

10-25(1)

10-25(2)

10-26(1)

10-27(1)

10-28(1)

[0-32 (note 19)=Kurashiki prefecture note issued in 2009 (of fear)

Up

120,000

50,000

40,000

30,000

10-33 (note 2〇) = Hita prefecture note

under

60,000

30,000

20,000

15,000

Published in 1868

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step

Ishida, Kusu, Shimoge Sangun bills (sealed by the production office) _

E

珀 Nine coins and coins

30,000

10,000

Ku collection

25,000

8,000

Production place tag— _____________

T

title essay

30,000

15,000

Four

money collection

5,000

1,500

Five

five coins

15,000

8,000

6

Fumi Zenizo

20,000

10,000

7

money letter

20,000

10,000

Beppu money exchange bill

8

five coins

20,000

10,000

9

five sen, five tomes

15,000

7,000

Ten

Five sen and three blades

30,000

15,000

11

five sen jar

20,000

10,000

10-29(1)

10-30(1)

10-30(4)

No.

Hyuga Honjo Chamber of Commerce bill

12

96 sen 500 mon deposit

180,000

90,000

13

"Hyakumon deposit

130,000

70,000

14

"418 letters

120,000

60,000

15

Zenitsukan Buntei

150,000

80,000

16

500 monen deposit

120,000

60,000

17

100 coins deposit

120,000

60,000

18

418 coins deposit

120,000

60,000

Yokkaichi production place tag

19

96 sen 500 mon

200,000

100,000

20

" 300 sentences

200,000

100,000

twenty one

100 sentences

200,000

100,000

10-33(8)

10-33(1)

10-31(1)

10-34 (note 21) = Nagasaki prefecture note

Published in 1869

No.

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1

Zeniho Kanbun

120,000

60,000

2

500 mon of money

50,000

25,000

3

100 sentences of money

30,000

15,000

Four

100 letters of money

20,000

10,000

10-35 (note 22) = Kanagawa prefecture note

(E) Shinano Province (sub-prefecture)

10-38 (tag 25) = Nakazato prediction tree

No.

kinds

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1

100 sentences

120,000

_ 60^00^

2

600 sentences

80,000

3

100 sentences

40,000

Published in 1868

No.

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under

1

gold ryo

X *group

Sect *X

2

five gold ryo

XXX

XXX

3

gold and gold

XXX

XXX

Four

golden ryo

800,000

400,000

10-39 (26 bills) = Shiojiri ticket

No.

kinds

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one

1

100 sentences

150,000

75^000^

2

600 sentences

90,000

45^00^

3

100 sentences

50,000

25^000~^

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10-36 (note 23) = Ina prefecture note

Published in 1868

10-40 (note 27) = Mikage station note

No.

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1

100 sentences of coins

150,000

75,000

2

600 mon of money

100,000

50,000

3

100 letters of money

60,000

30,000

Four

golden ryo

700,000

350,000

No.

kinds

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1

100 sentences

150,000

75,000

2

600 sentences

90,000

_45,000'

3

100 sentences

50,000

25,000

10-37 (note 24) = Watakaifu note

10-41 (28 bills) = Nakanojo playing ticket

Published in 1869

No.

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kind

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1

four

deposit

50,000

25,000

2

bottle

deposit

5,000

2,000

No.

kinds

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under

1

100 sentences

120,000

60,000

2

600 sentences

80,000

40,000_

3

100 sentences

40,000

20,000

10-33(12)

10-37(1)

(F) l 0-42=Shinano national bill *However, the four prefecture stations are listed on the previous page

The Shinano national banknotes are money bills, and there are three types: 200-mon, 600-mon, and 100-mon. In the first year of the Meiji era, a total of 19 types were issued: 11 domains in Shinano, four Tenryo stations, one prefecture in Ina prefecture, and enclaves of three domains overseas.

These cards, which were issued in various places, were manufactured in one place and were all unique in that they all had the same design but the red stamp (place name) on the back was different.They were distributed according to the stipend of each domain, and were common to each domain in Shinano. It is said to be a thing.

No.

Country name

Domain name

100 sentences

600 sentences

100 sentences

1

Owari

Nagoya

Up

500,000

300,000

180,000

under

250,000

150,000

90,000

2

Echigo

Shiitani

Up

500,000

300,000

180,000

under

250,000

150,000

90,000

3

beauty

Takasu

Up

400,000

250,000

150,000

under

200,000

130,000

90,000

Four

Shinano

Iida

Up

250,000

180,000

90,000

under

130,000

90,000

50,000

Five

Suzaka

Up

250,000

180,000

90,000

under

120,000

100,000

50,000

6

Iiyama

Up

200,000

150,000

80,000

under

100,000

80,000

40,000

7

nine

Tatsuoka

Up

200,000

150,000

80,000

under

100,000

80,000

40,000

8

nine

Iwamurata

Up

150,000

100,000

60,000

under

80,000

50,000

40,000

9

nine

Small items

Up

150,000

100,000

60,000

under

80,000

50,000

40,000

Ten

nine

Matsumoto

Up

130,000

80,000

45,000

under

80,000

50,000

30,000

11

nine

Ueda

Up

90,000

60,000

35,000

under

50,000

40,000

25,000

12

13

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S

Aoshima

Up

80,000

50,000

30,000

under

50,000

35,000

20,000

nine

Takato

Up

80,000

50,000

30,000

under

50,000

35,000

20,000

14

nine

Matsuyo

Up

80,000

50,000

25,000

under

40,000

30,000

15,000