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Fiji 20 Dollars Banknote, 2012 ND, P-117, UNC

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Fiji 20 Dollars Banknote from 2012 ND with pick number P-117 is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features a Fiji petrel bird.

  • SKU:
    FIJI117AU
  • Variety:
    UNC
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Category: Fiji
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The Fiji 20 Dollar banknote that features a local fauna of the country was issued in 2012 with a size of 151 x 67 mm in dimension. The security features of the note include a 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized RBF and domodomo. An image of a Fijian head, electrotype 20 and cornerstones are made visible if placed under a UV light or held up against the light. The obverse side features a Fiji petrel bird also known as kacau ni gau flying over waves, a coconut scraper called Foa, a domodomo registration device, a holographic patch and the Coat of Arms of Fiji. An illustration of fish processing; lumber cutting and mining is printed on the reverse side of the note. A train depiction and the Mount Uluinabukelevu can be seen at the upper right.

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