Hong Kong ten-dollar note

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Ten Dollars
(Hong Kong)
Value 10 Hong Kong dollars
Width 134 mm
Height 66 mm
Security features Window, Watermark, Intaglio printing, Registration device, Concealed denomination, Security thread, Fluorescent Fibers, Iridescent image
Paper type Cotton and Polymer
Years of printing 2002-03, 2005, 2007 and 2012
Obverse
Hong Kong govt 10 dollar.jpg
Reverse
Design date 2001

The ten-dollar note was first produced in the 1868 by the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation with the formal adoption of a currency system just for Hong Kong. There have been various issued by banks which were phased out with the introduction of the ten dollar coin in 1994. Due to demand the banknote was reissued in 2002 in paper form, this was changed to polymer in 2007 as a trial of this product.

The ten-dollar note is the only denomination that is issued by the government of Hong Kong. It is primarily purple in colour.

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References[edit]

  • Ma Tak Wo 2004, Illustrated Catalogue of Hong Kong Currency, Ma Tak Wo Numismatic Co., LTD Kowloon Hong Kong. ISBN 962-85939-3-5
Preceded by
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Hong Kong ten-dollar note
1868-present
Succeeded by
Hong Kong ten-dollar coin