Japan 1 Yen Nd (1946) P85 Crisp EF/GEF

These 1 yen notes were issued in Japan in the immediate aftermath of the Second World War in 1946 (P85) They are fairly simple affairs with a portrait of Ninomiya Sintoku on the front. He was a prominent 19th century philosopher, economist and agricultural leader. A cockerel is also shown below. EF/GEF at £3.50
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SKU: WJA1217
£3.50
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