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Malawi 50 Kwacha Banknote, 2015, P-64b, UNC

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Malawi 50 Kwacha banknote from 2015, has a pick number of P-64b, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Inkosi Ya Makhosi Gomani II.

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    MALW64BU
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The Malawi 50 Kwacha Banknote, released in 2015 and is part of the 2014 - 2019 issues. It measures 128 x 64 mm and was given a grade of 66 by the grading company Paper Money Guaranty (PMG). This banknote has the colors of light green, light blue, and orange. The obverse side bears fishermen in a boat at the left, with the Reserve Bank building at the center, and the portrait of Inkosi Ya Mokhosi Philip Gomani II at the right. The back side shows Elephants, a tree and a safari vehicle in Kasungu National Park.

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