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Afghanistan 50 Afghanis Banknote, 1991, P-57b, UNC

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The Afghanistan 50 Afghani banknote is part of the banknote series issued in 1991 bearing Da Afghanistan Banks logo instead of the countrys emblem. This particular note comes in uncirculated condition. On the obverses bottom center is the bank seal depicting horsemen and cornucopia with ancient coins. On its reverse is the Dar-al-Aman Palace situated in Kabul. While this 134 x 58 mm banknote has no security thread, it has a bank logo pattern as its watermark and bears the signatures of Sediq and Hakim.

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    AFGH57BU
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    UNC
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Category: Afghanistan
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The Afghanistan 50 Afghani banknote is part of the banknote series issued in 1991 bearing Da Afghanistan Banks logo instead of the countrys emblem. This particular note comes in uncirculated condition. On the obverses bottom center is the bank seal depicting horsemen and cornucopia with ancient coins. On its reverse is the Dar-al-Aman Palace situated in Kabul. While this 134 x 58 mm banknote has no security thread, it has a bank logo pattern as its watermark and bears the signatures of Sediq and Hakim.

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