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Uganda 2,000 Shillings Banknote, 2010, P-50a, UNC

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Uganda 2,000 Shillings Banknote from 2010 with a pick number P-50a is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features the Nile River.

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    UGAN50AU
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    UNC
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The Uganda 2.000 Shillings Banknote was issued by the Bank of Uganda in 2010. The banknote is predominantly blue and comes with English and Swahili text. The obverse of the note depicts a profile of a man wearing a Karimojong dress, the Source of the Nile Monument in Njeru, the Nile River, a purple-to-green Optically Variable Ink patch, and the coat of arms of Uganda. The reverse of the paper bill shows a profile of a man wearing a Karimojong headdress, a sun, a map, a talapia fish, and the National Independence monument in Kampala. The banknote’s security features include a red-to-green windowed security thread with a demetallized BOU II and a watermark that reveals a crested crane, an electrotype 2000, and Cornerstones. The banknote is also signed by George Nyeko and Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile. This paper bill is in uncirculated condition.

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