Manga banknote

Started by Pellinore, February 18, 2020, 11:40:35 AM

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A curious 'banknote' from my Field Day is this, a 100 Something with the words Shohoku Slamdunk. These point to a Japanese sports manga (graphic novel, comic strip), a series called Slam Dunk. It comes with a pretty exact date: 1990-1996. However, the text left on the first picture is not Japanese, but Thai, I believe the lowest line says Skam Dang or Slam Dunk again, but I can't read the rest of it. Here's the Thai Wikipedia page of Slam Dunk.

-- Paul


Your identification looks quite correct (I was immediately reminded of the ancient Dutch series "Kick Wilstra", based on soccer player Abe Lenstra). However, it's hard to think of a use of such an elaborate note. The best I have come up with is novelty page marker...


An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.


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