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Afghanistan 20 Afghanis Banknote, 1973, P-48c, UNC

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The Afghanistan 20 Afghani banknote is part of the banknote series issued in 1973 bearing the new National Emblem which depicts an eagle under a rising sun. On the obverse of this uncirculated note is a portrait of the first President of the Republic of Afghanistan Muhammad Daud. On the back of the banknote is the Kabul river through the modern city of Kabul. Mountains are also visible in the background. This 141 x 59 mm paper note has a solid security thread. Its watermark is an image of Muhammad Daud.

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The Afghanistan 20 Afghani banknote is part of the banknote series issued in 1973 bearing the new National Emblem which depicts an eagle under a rising sun. On the obverse of this uncirculated note is a portrait of the first President of the Republic of Afghanistan Muhammad Daud. On the back of the banknote is the Kabul river through the modern city of Kabul. Mountains are also visible in the background. This 141 x 59 mm paper note has a solid security thread. Its watermark is an image of Muhammad Daud.

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