World’s First 150 Dollar Note From Standard Chartered Bank
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World’s First 150 Dollar Note From Standard Chartered Bank

scb  Standard Chartered Bank celebrates 150th anniversary in Hong Kong and in its glamorous way to celebrate this milestone, it is releasing the world’s first $150 (in any currency in fact) note. With HK$150 notes, the public has now more cash flexibility, in case they can’t adopt to credit cards, EPS or Octopus cards and think cash is king.
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/>As usual, Hong Kong people would be very quick to grab the commemorative bills for various reasons. However, acquiring a HK$150 bill does not cost HK$150. “Single” banknote at HK$280, “4-in-1 Uncut” banknotes at HK$1,888 per set,
/>”35-in-1 Uncut” banknotes at HK$18,888 per set, according to its press release.
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/>People who are fond of lucky numbers will not be disappointed. There are “Lucky
/>Number” banknotes divided in three categories with minimum bid prices of HK$10,000,
/>HK$6,000 and HK$3,000 respectively. The “Single Self-selected Serial Number” banknote
/>will be sold at HK$888 each. If you think it’s for profit, you’re wrong as the release elaborated that the sale of banknotes is intended for charitable institutions such as Tung Wah Hospitals and Community Chest.
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/>I hope to grab one of the denominations, but I’m not in a hurry.
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/>Congratulations Standard Chartered Bank!
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/>Photo credit: cki719