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Japan 100 Yen  1967 to 1988
Japan 100 Yen 1967 to 1988

Just about all modern Japanese coins are really cool. Their designs are artistic and very interesting. Flowers are a recurring theme.

You can figure the Gregorian date on these coins by adding 1925 to the numeral shown. The coin in our picture is dated 1968 (1925 + 43).

These coins are made of copper nickel and are worth face value (100 yen in Japan). Use a web site such as xe.com to convert currency values.

Should you have a specimen that is absolutely, fully uncirculated, a collector would probably pay a few US dollars over face value to add it to his or her collection.

The year 42 and year 44 dates are slightly less common when fully uncirculated. Such a coin catalogs for about $8.

be sure to refer to our 'Important Terminology' page on the top left to interpret what 'catalog value' really means.

Coin: 7250 , Genre: The Sinosphere
Requested by: , Thu, 31-Mar-2011 20:13:40 GMT
Answered by: Chris, Thu, 24-Oct-2013 04:17:35 GMT
Updated by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Thu, 24-Oct-2013 04:17:35 GMT
Requester description: flowers on one side 100 on the other side japanize or china lettering
Tags: japan 100 yen flowers flower one japanize china lettering letter blossom fler fleurs leis lisse flur folwers stems floral lily posy bouquet flour fllower bud fleur bloomed floret floer stem flowery lilys fluer fleures pedals ones japanese japanise japenese japanesse leters letters lettered

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