+1-888-448-9199
shop@banknoteworld.com

Fiji 20 Dollars Banknote, 2013, P-117a, PMG 66

  • Price:$36.47 USD
In stock (Only 1 left in stock)
EARN 37Points
Qty:  
Volume Discount Pricing
Quantity Check/Wire BITCOIN Credit Card
Any Quantity $36.47USD $36.85USD $37.99USD
Recommended Supplies
Drop items here to shop
Product has been added to <a href="cart.php?target=cart">your cart</a>
  • Drag and drop me to the cart The product is unavailable in the catalog
    Variety:
    ACCESSORIES
    • Price:$2.87 USD
    3
  • Drag and drop me to the cart The product is unavailable in the catalog
    Variety:
    ACCESSORIES
    • Price:$28.79 USD
    29
    Quantity
    Check/Wire
    1-9
    $28.79 USD
    10-99
    $26.87 USD
    100+
    $23.99 USD
  • Drag and drop me to the cart The product is unavailable in the catalog
    Variety:
    ACCESSORIES
    • Price:$5.75 USD
    6
    Only 8 left in stock.
    Quantity
    Check/Wire
    1-9
    $5.75 USD
    10-99
    $5.27 USD
    100+
    $4.79 USD

Fijian 20 dollar banknote from 2013, has a pick number of P-117a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Queen Elizabeth II. Additionaly, this banknote is graded grade by Paper Money Guarantee company.

  • SKU:
    FIJI117AU-PMG66
  • Variety:
    PMG
  • UPC/ISBN
    Varies from Stock Photo
Serial Number: Varies from Stock Photo
Category: Fiji
Reviews:
Customer reviews

The Fiji 20 Dollar Banknote from 2013 is part of the 2013 issue that featured a Fijian fauna. It contains a 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized RBF and domodomo for enhancing the banknotes security. An image of a Fijian head, electrotype 20 and cornerstones are made visible if held up against the light. A Fiji petrel bird (kacau ni gau) flying over waves, a coconut scraper tool called Foa, a domodomo registration device, a holographic patch and the coat of Arms of Fiji is featured in front of the note. An illustration of fish processing, lumber cutting and mining is printed on the reverse side. A train depiction and the Mount Uluinabukelevu is on the top right. The banknote is 156 x 67 mm in size.