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Capture a piece of Japanese history with the Japan 100 Yen banknote from 1953, featuring the iconic cherry blossoms, designated as P90 and issued by the Bank of Japan. This used banknote bears witness to Japan's post-war reconstruction era and carries a unique charm of its own.

On the obverse side of the banknote, you'll encounter a depiction of Mount Fuji, Japan's tallest peak and a symbol of national pride. Below Mount Fuji lies a tranquil scene of cherry blossoms in full bloom, evoking the beauty of Japan's natural landscape during springtime.

Flipping to the reverse side, you'll find an illustration of the Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo, signifying the country's economic stability and financial progress. Surrounding the building are intricate patterns and designs, adding to the aesthetic appeal of the banknote.

Despite its age and signs of use, this banknote retains its historical significance and remains a sought-after collectible item among enthusiasts. Each crease and fold tells a story of its journey through time, making it a valuable addition to any collection of Japanese currency or historical memorabilia.

Don't miss this opportunity to own a piece of Japan's monetary heritage – order now and add this used Japan 100 Yen banknote to your collection!

Japan 100 Yen 1953 P90, Used Banknote

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