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Brazil 50,000 Cruzeiros Banknote, 1991-1993 ND, P-234, UNC

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Brazil 50,000 Cruzeiros Banknote from 1991-1993 ND with pick number P-234 is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Luis da Camara Cascudo.


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    BRAZ234U
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    UNC
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This uncirculated 50,000 Brazilian cruzeiro banknote is a standard circulation banknote introduced by the Central Bank of Brazil in 1991. It is a brown, tan, red, orange, and purple banknote that bear the signatures of Marcillo Marques Moreira and Francisco Roberto Andre Gros, and measures 140 mm x 65 mm. Its obverse side shows two men on a jangadeiro raft and a portrait of the folklorist Luis da Camara Cascudo. Its reverse side depicts Bumba-meu boi dancers in costumes. Security features include a solid security thread, a pentagonal fort registration device, and a watermark of Camara Cascudo. The banknote was withdrawn in 1994.

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