Thursday, November 12, 2015

japan,usa,india,links on this banknotes very rare banknote of japan

japan,usa,india,links on this banknotes very rare banknote of japan

YOKUHAMA BANKNOTE 1866 25 $ ,JAPAN,USA,INDIA LINK very rare banknote of japan
The Central Bank of Western India was an important bank because it related to Japan, America and India. The high value of $25 was significant as it was issued during a time of great turbulence in Japan,USA,INDIA and world
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The above banknote was issued by the Central Bank of Western India at Yokohama, Japan. It
was printed in London by Batho Sprague and Company and has a handwritten date of 9th
February 1866. The signature on the note was that of J. Morrison and the design contains a
vignette of a woman holding a balance scale, palm trees, cotton bales, jewelry and a
backdrop of hills and sailing ships. The note is cancelled with a rubber stamp.
A bank named BANK OF WESTERN INDIA, which operated during the period of 1842-1845 A.D. was
not related to this issue.
The Central Bank of Western India was an important bank because it related to Japan, America
and India. The high value of $25 was significant as it was issued during a time of great
turbulence in Japan.
During this period there were a number of attempts by western powers to establish relations
with Japan. In 1852 the USA government decided to initiate trade relations with Japan and
was prepared to use force if negotiation failed. Commander Matthew Perry was sent on a
mission with three steam ships, the Mississippi, Sarotogo and Plymouth along with a flag
ship named Susquehanna. They sailed to Japan on 8th July 1853 entering Edo Bay they anchored
at a distance of 1 kilometer from Uraga City but the Japanese Shogun declined to meet the
delegation of commander Perry. After threatening the Japanese government they landed with
300 men and transmitted a message from U.S. President Fillmore to the representatives of
shogun.
It took more than 6 month of consideration by the Japanese government and Perry’s treaty of
friendship was signed by Japan on March 31st of 1854, opening Japanese ports for U.S. trade.
Nagasaki and Hakodate were the first ports used followed later by Yokohama. Yokohama became
a main port and transit point for goods into Japan, China and the other countries in the
region.
During this period the British Crown cooperated with the Americans as the Japanese started
building their fleet after lifting a ban for the construction of large ships. They purchased
many ships guns and arms from the Dutch to counter the American ships.
In this new environment, traders from Western India sailed from the ports of Surat and
Bombay.
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