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Lithuania 1 Talonas Banknote, 1992, P-39, UNC

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Lithuania 1 Talonas banknote from 1992 has a pick number P-39, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features the national coat of arms.


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    LITH39U
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The Lithuania 1 Talonas Banknote is part of the 1992 Talonas provisional issues designed by artists Ruta Lelyte, Vilius Jurkunas, Algae Varnaite, and Kazimieras Paskauskas, and released by the Bank of Lithuania. It has a color combination of brown and orange. Its obverse features a flowering plant, a coat of arms with Vytis (The Chaser), an armor-clad knight with a sword and a shield on a rearing horse. The reverse depicts two Eurasian lapwing birds. It does not have a security thread but bears a watermark that reveals a diamond in a circle pattern. The banknote is 106 x 53 mm in size. This particular banknote is in uncirculated condition.

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