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Fiji 10 Dollars Banknote, 2012, P-111b, UNC, Queen Elizabeth II
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Fiji 10 Dollars Banknote, 2011 ND, P-111b, UNC

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Fiji 10 Dollar banknote from 2011 with a pick number P-111b is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.

  • SKU:
    FIJI111BU
  • Variety:
    UNC
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Category: Other
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The 10 Dollar Fiji banknote that was issued in 2011 featured a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The security features of the note include a holographic stripe and a 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized RBF and domodomo. Placing the banknote under the UV light would show a Fijian head, electrotype 10, and Cornerstones. The obverse side features a duck dish called I Buburau ni Bete, a registration device also known as domodomo, a Kaleidoscope foil star, and the Coat of Arms of Fiji. At the back is the Joskes Thumb mountain, palm trees, and the Grand Pacific Hotel building and cars in Suva circa in the year 1914. On the lower right is the Bank of Fiji logo. The banknote is size 141 x 67 mm.

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