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The problem is that the bauhinia flower on the regional flag is reversed from the correct orientation shown here:"HSBC has immediately proceeded to redesign and reprint the faulty banknotes, with a view to putting them into circulation early next year as scheduled," the bank said in a joint statement with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) and the government's administration wing.HSBC was responsible for the design of the notes, while the HKMA reviewed the design before revealing it to the public.According to a Hong Kong Monetary Authority press release dated 24 July 2018, the Standard Chartered Bank, Bank of China, and Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation have unveiled the designs of a new 2018 series of banknotes."Consistent with the current series, the new series will consist of five denominations, each adopting the same colour scheme.It is the first time that the thematic subjects on the reverse side of the NIBs’ new series banknotes are standardised for each denomination to facilitate easy recognition by the public.Back: Bank of China tower in modern Hong Kong’s financial district. The back of the note depicts the flag-raising ceremony of the SAR Establishment Day with a marching band playing in front of the Golden Bauhinia Square, where the national flag and regional flag of Hong Kong are flying.The problem is that the bauhinia flower on the regional flag was reversed from the correct orientation.

Finally, 40,000 uncut sheets of 30 notes each offered for HK,888 each. Sets may be ordered by anyone aged 18 or above with a valid Hong Kong Identity Card or passport (Hong Kong SAR or another country's) number, and a valid Hong Kong correspondence address and phone number.It will be interesting to see if any of the error notes make in onto the collector market.Tags: Hong Kong According to a press release dated 20 July 2011, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) and the three note-issuing banks (Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited and Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited) today unveiled the designs of the 0, and of the Hong Kong 2010 Series New Banknotes.Finally, 20,000 uncut sheets of 30 notes each will be sold for HK,000 each. Tags: Hong Kong100 dollars (US), 1 January 2010.Profits from the sale of the notes will be donated to charitable organizations in Hong Kong.100 dollars (US), 5 FEBRUARY 2012. Front: Great Wall of China; Bank of China bulding in Beijing. According to an article in The Standard dated 25 July 2011, the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp has admitted to making a mistake in the design of its new 100-dollar (US.85) note which was officially unveiled on 20 July and slated for issuance between November 2011 and January 2012.

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