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Belarus 500 Rublei Banknote, 2000 (2011 ND), P-27b, UNC

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Belarus 500 Rublei banknote from 2000, has a pick number of P-27b, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Republican Trade Unions Palace of Culture building in Minsk.

  • SKU:
    BELA27AU
  • Variety:
    UNC
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The Belarus 500 Rublei Banknote is from the 2000 series which re-denominated the currency with the new ruble worth 1,000 of the old rubles. This 500-rublei banknote measures 150 x 74 mm and has a color scheme that includes brown, sky blue and orange. The front side features the Republican Trade Unions Palace of Culture building in Minsk, which is the same image used for the banknotes watermark. Meanwhile, the back side shows six men and women on a palace pediment

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