Cambodia P-36 / 100 Riels 1990 – UNC


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Issued by State Bank of Democratic Kampuchea
Issue 1987-1992 Issue
Size 138 x 63 mm
Watermark Stylized lotus flowers
Obverse State Emblem of the People’s Republic of Kampuchea, portrait of Son Ngoc Minh at right, Independence Monument in Phnom Penh at left
Reverse Rubber plantation and rubber tappers
Comment Son Ngoc Minh (Khmer: សឺន ង៉ុកមិញ, Vietnamese: Sơn Ngọc Minh) (1920–1972), also known as Achar Mean (អាចារ្យមាន), was a Cambodian communist politician whose first notable career achievement was in 1950 when he was appointed the head of provisional revolutionary government of the United Issarak Front organized at Hong Dan. Among his Vietnamese friends, he was known as Phạm Văn Hua.