Cameroon 500 Francs Schoolroom Unc

Cameroon is part of a Monetary Union under the umbrella of the Central African States. Each country within the union uses a unified note issue but it is easy to work out which country any note was issued for by the code letter appearing on the fronts. In the case of the Cameroon, the letter U was used. This 500 francs design was first issued in 2002 and has a schoolroom scene on the front. On the back, we find a goat, a woman and traditional straw houses. Uncirculated Cameroon 500 francs with U code.
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SKU: WCA1302