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Fiji 20 Dollars Banknote, 2013 ND, P-117, UNC, 20 Pieces Uncut Sheet

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Fiji 20 Dollar is an uncut sheet from 2013 ND, has a pick number of P-117. It is in uncirculated (UNC), the sheet is arranged 4 x 5 and features bird flying over waves on the obverse and the Mount Uluinabukelevu in Kadavu on the reverse.


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    FIJI117AU-UC20
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    Uncut Sheet - UNC
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Category: Banknotes
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The Fiji 20 Dollar is part of the family of notes issued in 2013 which highlights the Fijian flora and fauna. This 20-piece uncut sheet is in uncirculated condition and in 4x 5 arrangement. The obverse side of the banknote features a Rotuman coconut scraper called Foa, a Fiji petrel known as kacau ni gau flying over waves, and the Coat of Arms of Fiji. The reverse illustrates fish processing, cutting lumber, and mining. It also depicts a train, Mount Uluinabukelevu in Kadavu, and the bank logo. Security features of the banknote include a domodomo or a canoe masthead as its registration device, a holographic patch, a 3-mm wide windowed security thread with a demetallized RBF and domodomo. It also has a watermark which consists of a Fijian head shadow image, an electrotype 20, and Cornerstones.

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