1000 yen coin

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One-thousand yen
Japan
Value 1000 Japanese yen
Edge Reeded
Composition .999 Silver
Catalog number -
Obverse
Designer -
Reverse
Designer -

The 1000 yen coin is a denomination of the Japanese yen. This denomination is only used for the issue of commemorative silver coins struck by the Japan Mint.

History[edit]

The first 1000 yen coin was issued in 1964 to commemorate the Tokyo Olympics. Since then, the Japan Mint has issued various 1000 yen coins commemorating various subjects and events of Japan's history. The recent 1000 yen commemorative coins now utilize the application of color on parts of the coin's design.

List of commemorative 1000 yen coins[edit]

References[edit]

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