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East Caribbean States 5 Dollars Banknote, 2008 ND, P-47, UNC

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East Caribbean States 5 Dollars banknote from 2008 has a pick number P-47, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Queen Elizabeth II, the Admiral's House, and Trafalgar Falls.

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The 5 dollar note is the smallest denomination in the Series 6 notes issued by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank in 2008. Though the note does not have a date, it is signed by Central Bank Governor K. Dwight Venner. The note was printed by De La Rue, and measures 145 mm long and 70 mm wide. Its obverse side shows the Central Bank headquarters in the background, a rectangular foil fish patch, and a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in Queen Victorias golden jubilee necklace and Grand Duchess Vladimirs tiara. Its reverse side features the Admirals House in Antigua and Barbuda, the map of islands, and the Trafalgar Falls in Dominica. Other security features of the note include a solid security thread, a 2.0 mm wide Facet windowed security thread with demetalized ECCB 5, and a watermark of Queen Elizabeth II with an electrotype ECCB and Cornerstones. This note is in uncirculated condition and TAP Authenticated by Banknote World experts.

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