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Switzerland 200 Francs Banknote, 2016, P-78a.1, UNC

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Switzerland 200 Francs banknote from 2016 has a pick number P-78a.1, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features the Right Hand Rule.


  • SKU:
    SWIT78A.1U
  • Variety:
    UNC
  • UPC/ISBN
    16S1310021
Serial Number: 16S1310021
Category: Banknotes
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This uncirculated 200 Swiss franc note is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Swiss National Bank. It is a green and brown note that is dated 2016, bears the signatures of Jean Studer and Thomas Jordan, and measures 151 mm x 70 mm. Its obverse side is vertically oriented and features the Right Hand Rule where the hand demonstrates the expansion of matter, the Big Bang, the planetary system, and the distribution of land masses during the Cretaceous Period. Its reverse side is vertically oriented and shows a particle detector and a particle collision. Security features include a multicolored Swiss cross registration device, a windowed security thread with a demetallized Swiss flag and 200, and a watermark of the Swiss flag and a globe.

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