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Romania 50,000 Lei Banknote, 2001, P-113a.1, Used, Polymer

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Romania 50,000 Lei Banknote from 2001 with pick number P-113a.1 is in Used condition. This polymer banknote features George Enescu.


  • SKU:
    ROMA113A.1C
  • Variety:
    Polymer - Used
  • UPC/ISBN
    016C0827569
Serial Number: 016C0827569
Category: Banknotes
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This used 50,000 Romanian lei banknote is a standard circulation banknote issued by the National Bank of Romania. It is a purple, violet, brown, blue, and orange polymer banknote that is dated 2001, bears the signatures of Mugur Constantin Isarescu and Ionel Nitu, and measures 155 mm x 70 mm. Its obverse side shows the national coat of arms, a musical score underprint, carnation flowers (Dianthus dianthus), a BNR monogram, a violin, two musical notes, and a portrait of George Enescu. Its reverse side depicts an underprint of musical notes, an excerpt from the musical score of the King Oedipus opera, a BNR monogram, a piano, and a view of the Romanian Athenaeum concert hall in Bucharest. Because the banknote is made of a polymer substrate, it does not have a security thread or a watermark. However, it has a lyre registration device. The banknote was withdrawn in 2005.

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