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Malaysia 1 Ringgit Banknote, 1998 ND, P-39b, UNC

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Malaysia 1 Ringgit banknote from 1998, has a pick number of P-39b, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Tuanku Abdul Rahman.

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    MALA39BU
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    UNC
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The Malaysia 1 Ringgit Banknote is part of the 1999-2010 third issues which have shorter vertical Arabic text at left on back, and horizontal signatures on front. This TAP Authenticated banknote comes in blue color with a measurement of 120 x 65 mm. The front side shows the portrait of Tuanku Abdul Rahman, the first Supreme Head of the State of the Federation of Malaya, wearing a tengkolok headgear. While the back side shows the BNM logo, a Malaysian kite, beach, the Mount Kinabalu and pinnacles of Gunung Api in Mulu National Park.

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