Belarus 5 Rublei Banknote, 2009, P-37a, UNC, TAP 60-70 Authenticated

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  • Dimensions: 135 x 72 mm
  • Watermark: Tower of Kamyenyets and cornerstones
  • Windowed Security Thread with demetalized Br5

The brown 5 Belarusian ruble banknote is part of the 2009 series introduced by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus in 2009 after the Belarusian ruble was redenominated. The 5 ruble banknote is dedicated to the Brest region. Its obverse side features the Tower of Kamyenyets, one of the main landmarks in the Brest region. Its reverse side features wooden structures from the 13th-century Slavic settlement in Berestye. Security features of the banknote include the denomination as a registration device, a windowed security thread with demetalized Br5, and a watermark of the Tower of Kamyenyets and Cornerstones. The banknote is 135 mm x 72 mm in size. This banknote is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.

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