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    The Afghanistan 2 Afghani banknote is part of the banknote series issued on the anniversary of the bombing campaign that caused the fall of the Taliban government. This particular banknote is in uncirculated condition and is TAP authenticated. The obverse of this note features the logo of the Bank of Afghanistan which presents horsemen and cornucopia full of ancient coins. The reverse displays the Victory Arch in Paghman Gardens in Kabul. This 131 x 55 mm paper banknote has a solid security thread. Its watermark is an image of the Mausoleum of a ruler of Greater Afghanistan Mirwais Khan Hotaki.

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    The Afghanistan 2 Afghani banknote is part of the banknote series issued in 2002, on the anniversary of the start of the bombing which caused the Taliban regime to fall. This banknote in uncirculated condition features the seal of Da Afghanistan Bank presenting horsemen, cornucopia, and ancient coins. On the reverse of the note is the Victory Arch in PAghman Gardens which is near the countrys capital and largest city Kabul. This 131 x 55 mm paper banknote has a solid security thread and a watermark showing the Mausoleum of Mirwais Khan Hotaki.

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    The Afghanistan 1 Afghani banknote is part of the family of notes issued in 2002. This particular bill comes in uncirculated condition. It features the logo of Da Afghanistan Bank depicting horsemen, cornucopia, and ancient coins. Centered on the banknotes reverse is the Blue Mosque in Mazari Sharif which is also known as the Shrine of Hazrat Ali. Birds are also visible on the reverse of the note. This 131 x 55 mm paper bill bears a solid security thread. When held up to a light source, an image of the Greater Afghanistan ruler Mirwais Khan Hotaki can be seen.

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    • Price:$0.37 USD
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    The Afghanistan 1 Afghani banknote is part of the family of notes issued in 2002. This particular bill comes in uncirculated condition. It features the logo of Da Afghanistan Bank depicting horsemen, cornucopia, and ancient coins. Centered on the banknotes reverse is the Blue Mosque in Mazari Sharif which is also known as the Shrine of Hazrat Ali. Birds are also visible on the reverse of the note. This 131 x 55 mm paper bill bears a solid security thread. When held up to a light source, an image of the Greater Afghanistan ruler Mirwais Khan Hotaki can be seen. The note is TAP Authenticated by Banknote World experts.

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    This TAP authenticated Afghanistan 10 Afghanis which comes in uncirculated condition is a part of the banknote series issued in 2004. The front side of the note bears the bank logo and the Mausoleum of the Greater Afghanistan Emir Mirwais Khan Hotaki. Centered on the reverse is the monument to fallen Afghan soldiers in the Wars of Independence and the Victory Arch in Paghman Gardens. This 136 x 56 mm paper banknote has a windowed security thread that has a demetallized 10. Its watermark shows the Mausoleum of Mirwais Khan Hotaki.

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    This Afghanistan 10 Afghani banknote which is part of the family of notes issued in 2004 is in uncirculated condition. On its obverse are the bank seal and the mausoleum of the Greater Afghanistan Emir Mirwais Khan Hotaki in Kandahar. The back of the banknote features the monument dedicated to fallen Afghan soldiers in the Wars of Independence and the Victory Arch in Paghman Gardens. This note which measures 136 x 56 mm has a windowed security thread with a demetallized 10. It also has the image of the Mausoleum of Mirwais Khan Hotaki as its watermark.

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    • Price:$0.85 USD
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