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* [[Japan 1877 (M10) 20 yen]]
 
* [[Japan 1877 (M10) 20 yen]]
 
* [[Japan 1880 (M13) 20 yen]]
 
* [[Japan 1880 (M13) 20 yen]]
* [[Japan 1897 (M30) 20 yen]]
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* [[Japan 1897 (M30) 20 yen|1897 (M30) 20 yen]]
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* [[Japan 1899 (M32) 20 yen|1899 (M32) 20 yen]]
 
* [[Japan 1903 (M36) 20 yen]]
 
* [[Japan 1903 (M36) 20 yen]]
 
* [[Japan 1904 (M37) 20 yen]]
 
* [[Japan 1904 (M37) 20 yen]]

Revision as of 20:21, 14 September 2019

Japan in 1912 (from the Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection)

predecimal and provincial coinage

One rin

Five rin / 1/2 sen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Yoshihito (Taisho, 1912-1926)

One sen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Yoshihito (Taisho, 1912-1926)

Hirohito (Showa, 1926-1989)

Two sen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Five sen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Yoshihito (Taisho, 1912-1926)

Hirohito (Showa, 1926-1989)

Ten sen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Yoshihito (Taisho, 1912-1926)

Hirohito (Showa, 1926-1989)

twenty sen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Fifty sen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Yoshihito (Taisho, 1912-1926)

Hirohito (Showa, 1926-1989)

One yen

(this section includes the countermarked gin (KM Y28))

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Yoshihito (Taisho, 1912-1926)

Hirohito (Showa, 1926-1989)

Akihito (Heisei, 1989-2019)

Trade dollars

Two yen

Five yen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Yoshihito (Taisho, 1912-1926)

Hirohito (Showa, 1926-1989)

Akihito (Heisei, 1989-2019)

Ten yen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Hirohito (Showa, 1926-1989)

Akihito (Heisei) 1989-

Twenty yen

Mutsuhito (Meiji, 1867-1912)

Yoshihito (Taisho, 1912-1926)

Hirohito (Showa, 1926-1989)

Fifty yen

One hundred yen

Five hundred yen

One thousand yen

Patterns, essais and miscellaneous links