Fiji 7 Dollars 2020 (2022) Rugby Gold/ Brze Medals P-New Unc

In 2016, the Fiji Men’s Rugby Sevens Team won the Gold Medal at the Rio Olympics. Such was the country’s delight, the government authorised a special issue of banknote with the unusual 7-dollar denomination, to honour the team’s success. (P120) In the Tokyo Olympics in 2020, the men’s team returned and won the Gold Medal again with the Fiji Women’s team winning bronze in their category. A special 7-dollar banknote was issued to mark this double victory with one side printed in gold and the other in bronze. (P1NEW). If you haven’t got this pair in your collection- now is the time! We can offer both issues in Crisp Uncirculated. Save when you buy the pair.
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