Hong Kong Three different banks (HSBC, Standard Chartered and the Bank of China) issue the majority of Hong Kong Dollar banknotes. However the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government still issues the $10 bill, which happens to have a pretty funky geometric design, unlike the region's other banknotes.
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Hong Kong 500 Dollars 2010 Front: Stitt the Lion, the bronze statue at the HSBC Bank main building, which is also depicted. Back: Lion Dance: drummer and people celebrating the Lunar New Year. Watermark: Multi-tonal Bauhinia flower; Electrotype '500'. Artist: Unknown. Engraver: Unknown. Main colour: Olive-brown. Signature: Unknown (Executive Director). Issuer: The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited. Date of First Issue: 1 January 2010.