Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Rushmore, Feb 6, 2021.
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Looks to be this one.
Link here to check the finer details, as there is a 1943 similar, but I believe it to be the 1944.
The 2020 JNDA lists this as 11-57 "Bank of Japan 1 Yen (Revised Chuo Takenouchi)"
This note uses some antiquated Japanese, but the text means (reading in reverse on the note, right to left):
日本銀行 - bank of Japan
日本銀行券 - bank of Japan banknote
壹圓 - One Yen, which appears on modern notes and coins as 一円 or 1円
This series, like many Japanese notes, does not display a date on the note. The note shown in the JNDA has serial number 49.
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