Hachijuni Bank, LTD. $1,000,000 CD - ( New York Branch - One World Trade Center) - New York 1989

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Beautifully engraved specimen Certificate of Deposit from the Hachijuni Bank, LTD. printed in 1989. This historic document was printed by the American Banknote Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of the company's logo. This item is over 21 years old.
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The Hachijuni Bank operates more than 150 branches in Japan, primarily in the central prefecture of Nagano. It serves individuals and businesses with traditional products as deposit services and loans. The bank also owns subsidiaries active in financial services including leasing, consumer loan guarantee, investment advisory, venture capital for high-tech firms, and credit cards. Overseas, Hachijuni has a branch in Hong Kong and representative offices in China, Singapore, and Thailand. The company was founded in Nagano City in 1931. History from Wikipedia and OldCompany.com (old stock certificate research service)
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