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Kyrgyzstan 50 Som Banknote, 2002, P-20, UNC, 3 Pieces Uncut Sheet

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Kyrgyzstan 50 Som is an uncut sheet from 2002, has a pick number of P-20. It is in uncirculated (UNC), the sheet is arranged 3 x 1 and features a portrait of Czarina Kurmanjan Datka on the obverse and the 11th-century Uzgen architectural complex on the reverse.


  • SKU:
    KYRG20U-UC-3
  • Variety:
    Uncut Sheet - UNC
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Category: Banknotes
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The Kyrgyzstan banknote 2002 limited-edition 3 uncut Its obverse features a portrait of Czarina Kurmanjan as Tsaritsa of the On the reverse 11th-century architectural complex minaret and mausoleum. banknote dimension of 70 is equipped windowed security demetalized to enhance its security features. Placing the UV would reflect a watermark of Kurmanjan electrotype 50.

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