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Nigeria 10 Naira, 2 Pieces Banknote Set, 2011, P-39c.1, UNC, Polymer, Matching Serial #

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Nigeria 10 Naira, 2 Pieces Banknote Set from 2011 with pick number P-39c.1, in uncirculated condition, and features Dr. Alvan Ikoku (1900-1971), a prominent educationist and the Central Bank emblem.


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    NIGE39cU-M-674006
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    Set - Fancy Serial
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This two-piece banknote set contains two uncirculated10 Nigerian naira notes that have matching six-digit serial numbers. These notes are dated 2011, printed by the Nigerian Security Printing & Minting, and signed by Central Bank of Nigeria Governor Sanusi Lamido Sanusi and Director of Currency and Branch Operations Muhammad Nda.. The red polymer notes have dimensions of 130 mm x 72 mm. The obverse side contains English and Hausa text, the Central Bank of Nigeria logo, and the great Nigerian educationist Alvan Ikoku. The reverse side contains English text, the map of Nigeria, the Nigerian coat of arms, and a portrait of two Fulani milkmaids who are carrying bowls on their heads. Because the notes are printed on polymer substrates, they do not have security threads. However, they have CBN watermarks.

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