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Fiji 2 Dollars Banknote, 1971 ND, P-66a, UNC

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Fiji 2 Dollar banknote from 1971, has a pick number of P-66a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Queen Elizabeth II.

  • SKU:
    FIJI66AU
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    UNC
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The Fiji 2 Dollar banknote from 1971 is part of the 1969 - 1971 Decimalized series. Its front design depicts the country's national emblem and a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in Regalia of Order of the Garter uniform, painted by Italian artist Pietro Annigoni. The reverse side features a rosette and geometric patterns with the denomination in the center. The note is 159 x 76 mm in size and contains a solid security thread and a Fijian head watermark to enhance its security features. The banknote was signed by the chairman of the currency board, Ritchie and D. J. Barnes.

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