Haiti 10 Gourdes Banknote, 2010, P-272d, UNC, Commemorative

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Haiti 10 Gourdes commemorative banknote from 2010 has a pick number P-272d, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features the Lieutenant Sanite Belair.

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This 10 Haitian gourd note is part of the family of banknotes introduced by the Bank of the Republic of Haiti in 2008 to commemorate the bicentennial of Haitian Independence from France. The family of notes featured both French and Haitian Creole texts. This uncirculated note is dated 2010 and signed by Bank of the Republic of Haiti Governor Charles Castel, Deputy Governor Philippe W. Lahens, and Director Marc Hebert Ignace. It has light blue and purple colors and dimensions of 132 mm x 64 mm. Its obverse side features Lieutenant Sanite Belair, a female revolutionary who led the Haitian freedom fighters in the Saint-Domingue expedition. A depiction of the conflict in Saint-Domingue and the coat of arms of Haiti are also seen on the front side. Its reverse side features the Fort Cap-Rouge, also known as Fort Red Cap, in Jacmel. Though the note does not have a security thread, it has De La Rues Cornerstones watermark.

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