Swaziland - Eswatini 200 Emalangeni Banknote, 2017, P-43, UNC

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Swaziland - Eswatini 200 Emalangeni banknote from 2017, has a pick number of P-43a, UNC, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features King Mswati III.

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The Swaziland - Eswatini 200 Emalangeni banknote issued in 2017 features the king and head of the Royal Family King Mswati III on the left part of its obverse. The upper center of the obverse is the National Emblem which depicts a shield with crown feathers between a lion and an elephant. Beside the National Emblem is a lions head. A standing lion is also visible on the front side of the banknote. The back of the note features a head of cattle, straw huts, three natives, a rock formation, and two goats. Another notable element is a shield with spears. The notes windowed security thread has a demetallized 200 CBS. Furthermore, it has a portrait of King Mswati III and an electrotype 200. The 160 x 70 mm currency is signed by the Minister of Finance Martin Dlamini and Central Bank Governor Majozi Sithole.

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