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Fiji 50 Dollars Banknote, 2002 ND, P-108s, UNC, Specimen

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Fiji 50 Dollar banknote from 2002, has a pick number of P-108s, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Queen Elizabeth II.

  • SKU:
    FIJI108SU
  • Variety:
    Specimen - UNC
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The Fiji 50 Dollar banknote printed with SPECIMEN in red overprint is a limited-edition piece from the 2002 series with enhanced security features. The note contains a novel serial number, a Fijian head watermark, and a wider windowed security thread with demetalized RBF and domodomo for added security. Its obverse side features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, a flying Kacau bird, a domodomo as a registration device, and flowers. On the reverse are soldiers with rifles at the flag-raising ceremony, a Cession Stone with a plaque on Ovalau, six seated men signing the deed of cession on the table in 1874, a domodomo, and flowers. The note is 156 x 67 mm in size.

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