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Uzbekistan 100 Sum Banknote, 1994, P-79a, UNC

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Uzbekistan 100 Sum banknote from 1994, has a pick number of P-79, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Peacocks

  • SKU:
    UZBE79U
  • Variety:
    UNC
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Category: Uzbekistan
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The Uzbekistan 100 Sum banknote is part of the 1994 issues of the Central Bank of Uzbekistan Republic which were locally printed by a government printing plant in Tashkent using printing equipment by Harrison & Sons. The banknote bears purple and light blue color combinations. Its obverse depicts peacocks, a Scythian torque, and the national emblem. The reverse of the note features the Palace of Friendship of Peoples building located in Tashkent. The 144 x 68 mm paper bill carries a solid security thread with a demetalized Uzbek text. It also has a watermark that reflects the coat of arms of Uzbekistan. This banknote comes in uncirculated condition.

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