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The Library Collection, 9 Piece Banknote Set, UNC

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The Library Collection from different countries, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features books.

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The Library Collection comes with 9 pieces of uncirculated banknotes from different countries across the globe with learning, literature, and education themes in their designs. The set includes the 10 Dinara of Serbia which highlights the Serbian alphabet creator Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic, Ukraines 2 Hryven banknote that features Kiev Yaroslav I the Wise who was the founder of the countrys first monasteries, the Malawi 20 Kwacha which boasts the Teachers Training College building and a set of books on its reverse, Brazils 50 Cruzeiros which portrays poet Carlos Drummond de Andrade and an excerpt of his Prayer of a Mineiro in Rio, and the Philippines 10 Peso paper bill that shows Apolinario Mabinis El Verdadero Decologo. Other banknotes in the selection are Zambias 2 Kwacha representing a teacher and a student with a school building, the 20 Pesos Oro of Colombia which features El Sabio Francisco Jose de Caldas, the 1 Nakfa of Eritrea that illustrates school children studying outside their classroom, and the Rwanda 500 Frans that depicts three children studying in front of the countrys National Museum.

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