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The coin weighs approximately 3 grams and is struck in .223 fine gold.It is an interesting and historic gold coin that represents the end of Japan's traditional ways under the Shoguns and the introduction of new ways under the Meiji Restoration.Emphasis was placed on military achievement and contact with foreign influences was shunned.During this period many local clans, merchants, communities and banks issued their own currency.Because of the lack of English language references of this very extensive series, the notes are usually not identified by issuer.We also have a number of unidentified hansatsu notes which we are offer in lots of all different. Notes will probably be different than what is pictured on this page.The aluminum 1 and 5 Sen were minted from 1940 to 1943.
In Japanese mythology the golden kite helped guide Japan's first emperor to victory.Mount Fuji is a symbol of the country and is considered sacred by many.The 19mm 5 Sen depicts the golden kite bird on one side and the Imperial Chrysanthemum Seal and clouds on the other.In 1626 the Tokugawa Shogunate of Japan introduced a new cast copper coin known as the Kanei Tsuho.It replaced a mixture of Chinese coins and privately minted coins that were in circulation.
The initial issues of Military currency were created by taking partially completed Japanese homeland notes and overprinting them on the front and back with four large red characters that read "Military Note".