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Solomon Islands 50 Dollars (2001) (A/25 002330) UNC
Solomon Islands 50 Dollars (2001) (A/25 002330) UNC 
50 Dollars (2001) (Front: Coat of Arms depicting a crocodile and a shark. Ceremonial paddle. Bonito hook. Center background: Bokolo - stylised bird used as money, also as logo of the Central Bank. Tema - Santa Cruz Island shell pendant kapkap. Food bowls carved as dogs. Butterfly, as registration device (security feature). Back: Pitcher and figurines. Ceremonial spear. Butterfly, reptiles and mushrooms. Watermark: Eagle's head in profile; Electrotype "CBSI". Main colours: Blue-green and purple. Signatures: Rick N. Houenipwela (Governor); George Kiriau (Finance Secretary). Date of Issue: 2001. Printer: Thomas De La Rue) (Serial # A/25 002330) UNC

Dimensions: 162 x 72 mm


Catalogue Number: P-24

Grade/condition: Uncirculated (UNC) (new, unused, mint)

Product Code: SB-24
Price: 21.50 ($ 25.80)


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