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Fiji 10 Dollars Banknote, 2013, P-116a, PMG 66

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Fijian 10 dollar banknote from 2013, has a pick number of P-116a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Queen Elizabeth II. Additionaly, this banknote is graded grade by Paper Money Guarantee company.

  • SKU:
    FIJI116AU-PMG66
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    PMG
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Category: Fiji
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The 10 dollar Fiji banknote from 2013 features a Fijian fauna. Its size is 151 x 67 mm in dimension and contains a 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized RBF and domodomo to enhance the banknotes security. An image of a Fijian head, electrotype 10 and cornerstones are made visible if placed under a UV light or held up against the light. The obverse side is a beli fish also known as Redigobius leveri, a duck dish called i Buburau ni Bete, a domodomo registration device, a Kaleidoscope foil star and the coat of arms of Fiji. The reverse side features the Joskes Thumb mountain, the Grand Pacific Hotel building and cars in Suva circa 1914 and palm trees. On the lower right is the Bank of Fiji logo.