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The E-Sylum:  Volume 3, Number 9, February 27, 2000, Article 11

FEATURED WEB SITE 

   This week's featured web site is the History of Japanese 
   Currencies hosted by the Bank of Japan.  The illustrations 
   and text are excellent.   If you're a collector of U.S. 
   currency, particularly National Bank Notes, be sure to 
   visit section 19, "National Banknotes":   "Banknotes were 
   issued by the 153 national banks. The forms and designs 
   of all the national banks' notes were the same except for 
   the banks' names."  The similarity to U.S. nationals is 
   striking. 

      http://www.imes.boj.or.jp/cm/english_htmls/history.htm 

  Wayne Homren 
  Numismatic Bibliomania Society 

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