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Cambodia 500 Riels Banknote, 2014, P-66, UNC

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Cambodia 500 Riel banknote from 2014, has a pick number of P-66, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features King Norodom Sihamoni.

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The Cambodia 500 Riels, issued in 2014, is a pink and gray banknote that measures 138 x 64 mm. Aside from the portrait of current King Norodom Sihamoni, the front side also features a naga, a mythical half-human, half-cobra that, according to Cambodian legend, rules a large empire in the Pacific region. Also featured is Cambodias coat of arms, depicting a lion with an elephant trunk, or a gajasingha, and a royal lion, or a rajasingha. On the back side is a sketch of two bridges, in Neak Loeung and Kizuna, both of which crosses the Mekong River.

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