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French Indo-China

 

10 Cents, (1939)

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10 Yen, (1942)
Japanese Occupation, WWII

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Courtesy ybnotes

 

1 Piastre, (1949)

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Native Woman

 

5 Piastres, (1946)

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Woman

 

1 Piastre, (1949)

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5 Piastres, (1951)

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100 Piastres, (1949-54)

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100 Piastres, (1954)

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Front: Three women representing Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam

Back: Temple of Angkor

 

Three Women

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French Indo-China, located on the Indo-Chinese Peninsula of southeast Asia, became independent states of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam in 1955.

 

 

 

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