Notes Of The Việt Cộng 1: 10 Xu (South Vietnam, 1966)-Reference

Updated: Nov 14, 2021

This South Vietnamese banknote represents the 1st denomination of the “Southern Liberation" Dồng (1966). The observe depicts villagers collecting sea salt, an ancient industry in Southern Vietnam. The reverse features merchants trading their goods on the Mekong River. (The note's dimensions are 99 x 54 mm or 3.90 x 2.13 in)



Additional Notes

The “Southern Liberation" banknote series was a transitional currency, issued by the Viet Cong. While printed 1966, the series was not initially issued. Until the closing phase of the Vietnam War in 1973. The “Southern Liberation" was the de-facto currency of South Vietnam, until the merging of both North and South Vietnamese currencies in 1978.

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