HongKong - SCB - 10 Dollars - 1993 - P84a
Standard Chartered Bank
SCWPM.#284a - TBB.#B407aDate: 1-1-1993Signature: 4 - Prfx: B
Description:Colour: Green, blue, red, and orange.
Front: Chinese and English text; bank logo pattern in underprint; mythological carp fish jumping out of water.
Back: Chinese and English text; new Standard Chartered Bank headquarters building in Central district of Hong Kong; Bauhinia blakeana ﬂower.
Solid security thread.
Watermark: Allegorical helmeted warrior head and SCB.
Printer: (Thomas De La Rue).
Size: 138 x 69 mm.
General information: 1993 - 2002 Issues
These notes are like the preceding issues, but with the new bank headquarters building (completed in 1990) and Bauhinia blakeana (Hong Kong Orchid Tree) ﬂower instead of coat of arms on back.
In April 1996, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), acquired De La Rues banknote factory at Tai Po and now operates it under the name of Hong Kong Note Printing Limited (Hong Kong
Note Printing Limited).
Source: The Banknotebook.
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