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100 Yen, Specimen, Japan, 1976

100 Yen, Specimen, Japan, 1976

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Description (Brief)
One (1) 100 yen coin, specimen
Japan, 1976
Obverse Image: Imperial Palace and Niju Bridge surrounded by Japanese characters.
Obverse Text: Romanization: NIHON / KUNI / HYAKU / EN (Translation: Japan, One Hundred Yen).
Reverse Image: Chrysanthemum in center flanked by phoenix with inscription above and below.
Reverse Text: Romanization: 100 / EN / SHOWA / 51 / NEN / HIROHITO / SHOWA / TENNO (Translation: 100 Yen Showa year 51, Hirohito Showa Emperor).
General Information: Specimen no. 232
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
coin
date made
1976
place made
Japan
Physical Description
copper-nickel (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 2 mm x 30 mm; 3/32 in x 1 3/16 in
ID Number
NU.78.31.01
catalog number
78.31.01
accession number
1978.2313
Credit Line
The Bank of Japan through Mr. Haruaki Hayakawa, Chief, General Management Division
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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