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Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Japanese Government

During World War II, the Empire of Japan invaded Burma on 18 January 1942. On 21 May, Japanese troops took Mandalay and the British administration collapsed. In August 1942, the Japanese established the Burmese Executive Administration. Some Burmese served in the British Burma Army while others fought along with the Japanese, hoping for independence. Among these fighters was “Bogyoke” (General) Aung San, considered the father of modern Burma.

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1 cent
(B301a, P9)

 
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1 cent
(B301b, P9)

 
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1 cent
(B301bs, P9)

 
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5 cents
(B302a, P10)

 
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5 cents
(B302b, P10)

 
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5 cents
(B302bs, P10)

 
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10 cents
(B303a, P11)

 
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10 cents
(B303b, P11)

 
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10 cents
(B303bs, P11)

 
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1/4 rupee
(B304a, P12)

 
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1/4 rupee
(B304as1, P12)

 
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1/4 rupee
(B304as2, P12)

 
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1/2 rupee
(B305a, P13)

 
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1/2 rupee
(B305as, P13)

 
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1 rupee
(B306a, P14)

 
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1 rupee
(B306b, P14)

 
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1 rupee
(B306as, P14)

 
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5 rupees
(B307a, P15)

 
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5 rupees
(B307as, P15)

 
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10 rupees
(B308a, P16)

 
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10 rupees
(B308b, P16)

 
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10 rupees
(B308as, P16)

 
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100 rupees
(B309a, P17)

 
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100 rupees
(B309b, P17)

 
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100 rupees
(B309bs1, P17)

 
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100 rupees
(B309bs2, P17)

 
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