Vietnam 100 Dong 1980 P88a Fine

Once North and South Vietnam had united to become the Republic of Vietnam, their currencies were merged. In 1980, the first new Vietnamese 100 dong was issued (P88a) It shows the coat of arms at its centre and a large portrait of Ho Chi Minh on the right. The back shows sampan sailing ships in Ha Long Bay.
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SKU: WVI0578
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