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Barbados 10 Dollars Banknote, 2013, P-75, UNC, TAP 60 - 70 Authenticated

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    BAR75U
  • Variety:
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  • Dimensions: 150 x 65 mm
  • Watermark: Charles Duncan O’Neal
  • Windowed Security Thread
Category: Banknotes
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The Barbados 10 Dollars is part of the banknote series released in 2013 with a pick number P-75. This TAP authenticated banknote is in uncirculated condition. On its obverse is a portrait of a political figure Charles Duncan ONeal who founded the Democratic League. The national emblem, a trident, and a flying fish are also visible on the banknotes front. Its reverse side displays the House of Assembly buildings and careenage located at Trafalgar Square in Bridgetown. A dolphin is also shown as the banknotes registration device. The 150 x 65 mm paper bill has a windowed security thread which has a negative demetallized CBB $10 on it. Furthermore, its watermark includes a map, an electrotype trident, and Cornerstones.

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