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KINGDOM OF KOREA
CHARITY OFFICE COIN
These 2 Mun coins were issued by Charity Office (Poor Board) in Seoul,
Korea. The Kingdom of Korea authorized various government
agencies and towns to issue coins. All the coins all have the
same four characters on the obverse and the mint name on the
reverse. The coin was minted from 1679 to 1695.
KOR-160 KOREA SEOUL CHARITY OFFICE 2 MUN
SOUTH KOREA COIN
This four coin set includes the South Korean 10, 50 100 and 500
Won, dated 2016, in Uncirculated condition. The designs reflect Korea’s
natural and cultural heritage. The copper-clad aluminum 10 Won shows
the beautiful and historic Dabotap Pagoda. The cupro-nickel 50 Won
features a rice stalk. Admiral Yi Sun-sin is on the cupro-nickel 100
Won. During the late 16th Century he repeatedly defeated Japanese
invasion fleets with the use of iron-clad turtle boats and innovative
tactics. A crane in flight is on the cupro-nickel 500 Won. The reverse
of each coin features the denomination.
S-KR-SET4 SOUTH KOREA 4 COIN SET 10 - 500 WON
2016 UNC. $4.50
NORTH KOREAN NOTE
HONORS DICTATOR KIM IL-SUNG
North Korea honored their dictator Kim Il-sung on their 1978 100 Won
note. It was the highest denomination issued by North Korea
at that time
and the first time he appeared on a note. The front includes
his portrait surrounded by a garland of Siebold Magnolias, the national
flower of North Korea. The North Korean arms are to the upper
left. The back features Kim Il-sung's birthplace in
Mangyongdae. The note measures 169x84mm and is Uncirculated.
PM-KP-100W NORTH KOREA 100 WON NOTE, 1978
P22 UNC. $4.00