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Papua New Guinea 2 Kina Banknote, 1989-1991 ND, P-5c, UNC, 4 Pieces Uncut Sheet w/ Folder

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Papua New Guinea 2 Kina banknote sheet is an uncut banknote sheet with four pieces arranged in 4 x 1. The Papua New Guinea 2 Kina bankote from 1989-1991 ND has a pick number P-5c, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features the national coat of arms. Additionally, the banknote sheet comes with a folder.


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    FOLD-PAPU5CU-UC4
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    Uncut Sheet - UNC
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Category: DCL
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This banknote folder contains an uncut banknote sheet of the 2-kina from Papua New Guinea. The uncut sheet contains four pieces arranged in 4 x 1. The 2 Papua New Guinean kina note is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Bank of Papua New Guinea from 1989 to 1991. It is a green note that bear the signatures of Henry ToRobert and Morea Vele and measures 140 mm x 70 mm. Its obverse side features the national coat of arms of Papua New Guinea—a bird of paradise perched on a Kundu drum and a ceremonial spear. Its reverse side shows a Mount Hagan axe, a Kula arm band from the Milne Bay Province, an engraved dogs’ tooth necklace from Bougainville, and a Sepik clay pot. Security features include a solid security thread and a bank logo watermark. The note was demonetized in 2013.

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