East Caribbean States - Anguilla 1 Dollar Banknote, 1988-1989 ND, P-21u, UNC

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East Caribbean States-Anguilla 1 Dollar banknote from 1988, has a pick number of P-21u, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and feature Queen Elizabeth II.

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The East Caribbean States 1 Dollar with a pick number P-21u is part of the Eastern Caribbean Central Banks 1988 issues. Its obverse depicts a windsurfer, a conch shell, and a close-up of Queen Elizabeth II wearing the golden jubilee necklace of Queen Victoria and the tiara of the Grand Duchess Vladimir. The banknotes front also bears the map of the Caribbean naming the Anguilla island. The reverse of the note features a harbor view with palm trees, flowers, ships, and buildings. A swordfish is also visible on the lower right of the note. The 145 x 70 mm paper bill is designed with a solid security thread that has an ECCB print. Its watermark consists of Queen Elizabeth II. This particular 1 dollar banknote is in uncirculated condition.

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