Japan 5 sen nd (1944) P52a Unc

This 5 sen note was the smallest note issued in Japan during the period 1942 to 1945 (P52.) Like its value, it is quite small. The illustration on the front is an equestrian statue of 14th-century Samurai Kusunoki Mashigi in front of the Imperial Palace. The back has a rosette and paulownia flowers. Uncirculated.
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