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Fiji 20 Dollars Banknote, ND 2007, P-112a, PMG 65

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Fijian 20 dollar banknote from 2007, has a pick number of P-112a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Queen Elizabeth II. Additionaly, this banknote is graded grade by Paper Money Guarantee company.

  • SKU:
    FIJI112aU-PMG65
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    PMG
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Category: Fiji
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The Fijian 20-dollar banknote that features Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was issued in 2007 to 2011 with the dimension of 146 x 67 mm. The security features of the note contain a holographic stripe and a 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized RBF and domodomo. Placing the banknote under the UV light would show an image of a Fijian head, electrotype 20 and Cornerstones. A domodomo registration device, a Foa (coconut scraper tool), a holographic fan and the coat of arms of Fiji is printed in front of the note. At the back is an illustration of many livelihoods around Fiji such as fish processing, lumber milling and mining. On the upper right is a train depiction and Mount Uluinabukelevu.