Japan 10 & 50 Sen P61/84 EF and Better Pair

A pair of small denomination notes issued by Japan in 1947-8. Both are quite small. The first is the 1947 10 sen which has doves in flight as the vignette on the front and a view of the Japanese Parliament on the back. (P84) The 50 sen has a portrait of a man with impressive beard and moustache on the front and a design on the back (P61) Both notes are in EF and better condition.
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SKU: WJA1228
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