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Malawi 20-2,000 Kwacha 7 Pieces Banknote Set, 2016-2022, P-63-70, UNC

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Malawi 20-2,000 Kwacha banknote set contains 7 banknotes from 2016-2022 that have pick numbers ranging from P-63 to P-70, are in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and feature notable people.


This Malawian kwacha banknote set contains seven standard circulation banknotes issued by the Reserve Bank of Malawi. These notes are in uncirculated condition and feature notable people from Malawi. The denominations included in the set are 20 kwacha, 50 kwacha, 100 kwacha, 200 kwacha, 500 kwacha, 1,000 kwacha, and 2,000 kwacha. The 20 kwacha note features Inkosi Ya Makhosi M’mbelwa II and the Machinga Teachers Training College. The 50 kwacha note features Inkosi Philip Gomani II and the Kasunga National Park. The 100 kwacha note features James Frederick Sangala and the College of Medicine in Blantyre. The 200 kwacha note features Rose Lomathinda Chibambo and the new Parliament building. The 500 kwacha note features Reverend John Chilembwe and the Mulunguzi Dam in Zomba. The 1,000 kwacha note features Dr. Hastings Kamuzu Banda and the Mzuzu maize silos. The 2,000 kwacha note features Reverend John Chilembwe and the Magistrate Court in Blantyre.

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