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Mozambique 5,000 Meticais Banknote, 1988, P-133a, UNC

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Mozambique 5,000 Meticais banknote from 1988 has a pick number P-133a, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features a Malangatana Ngwenya painting.


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    MOZA133AU
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    UNC
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The Mozambique 5,000 Meticais Banknote was issued by the Bank of Mozambique in 1988. It has a color combination of purple and brown. Its obverse features a wood carving by Alberto Mabungulane Chissano, a Malangatana Ngwenya painting, and the coat of arms of Mozambique. The reverse depicts the bank logo with a hoe and a pickaxe. It also shows three native warriors with shields and spears, and a modern band playing a xylophone and drums. The note contains a solid security thread. Its watermark reveals the bust of Samora Moises Machel. It is 140 x 68 mm in size and is in uncirculated condition.

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