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Indonesia 10,000 Rupiah Banknote, 2003, P-137f, UNC

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Indonesia 10,000 Rupiah banknote from 1998 to 2005, has a pick number of P-137a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Tjut Njak Dhien.

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    INDO137U
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    UNC
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This Indonesia 10,000 Rupiah banknote was issued in 1998-2005 by the Bank Indonesia. The obverse side of the note bears a portrait of Indonesian national heroine Tjut Njak Dhien along with the national emblem. The reverse side features the lake Segara Anak, a volcanic crater lake on Lombok Island. The note measures 148 x 72 mm and contains a solid security thread printed with BANK INDONESIA 10000 to enhance its security features. Placing the note under a UV light would reflect a watermark image of Indonesian songwriter Wage Rudolf Soepratman.

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